Yasutaka Nakata (Capsule) x J.J. Abrams Co-produce Song For Star Trek!

Yasutaka Nakata (Capsule) x J.J. Abrams Co-produce Song For Star Trek!

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The top creators of Japan and the U.S. come together in a dream collaboration to create “club music of the year 2259”!

It was officially announced that Yasutaka Nakata (capsule) and J.J. Abrams, one of Hollywood’s top hitmakers and the director of the summer blockbuster “Star Trek Into Darkness”, distributed by Paramount Pictures, collaborated to co-produce a song that will be used in a scene in the movie.

After the success of “Star Trek”, the previous film in the series, director J.J. Abrams was hired to direct the new Star Wars series. Abrams has a deep knowledge of music and is known to have composed for the popular TV series “LOST” and “FRINGE”. He composed the “club music of the year 2259” for the new Star Trek film.
The original music by the director was co-produced with top artists from 6 countries around the world.

The leader of the most cutting edge music scene, Yasutaka Nakata (capsule) was selected for Japan, and Abrams’ world and Nakata’s sound fused to create a lively scene in which the audience can experience the club of the future.

Also, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, the sender of the “kawaii” culture to the world, joined as a guest vocalist. If you pay attention during the movie you may be able to hear a profound message.


Comment by Yasutaka Nakata (capsule)

I’m honored to have been a part of the creation of the great world of “Star Trek”.
Collaborating with the director J.J. Abrams was stimulating, and I was able to experience a journey into the unknown as a musician.
The great power of this movie encourages those who give challenge to various fields of interest, as I myself once did.
I hope that you will enjoy the movie, together with the song that was created with a focus on presence.

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