Rihwa has revealed the PV for her new song "MY LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL ~1 Pint no Yuuki~."
This track was released together with "Sun Comes Up" as a double A-side single on September 26. Directed by Inaba Ukyo, the PV incorporates Irish elements that the song possesses. Rihwa delved into the video shoot after receiving a lecture from a river dancer and challenged herself to Irish dance. The PV also stars Tabo Koichi, who produced the song.
Kis-My-Ft2 have revealed the short PV for their new song "Kimi, Boku."
"Kimi, Boku." will be released as the group's new single on October 3. The PV was created with Santorini, Greece in mind. You can see the members doing a shuffle dance called 'kisstep' while sporting a white costume. The full PV and making-of footage will be included in the single's Limited Edition A DVD.
The short PV for Kis-My-Ft2's new song "Because I Love You" has been revealed.
"Because I Love You" will be included in the group's new single "LOVE" due out on July 11. It's a love song about an immature love that took place during one's elementary school days. In the PV, the members portray the song's worldview with their emotional expressions and movements.
The PV for AAA member Uno Misako's second solo single "Summer Mermaid" (July 18 release) has been revealed.
"Summer Mermaid" is a summer love tune that conveys a young girl's feelings that sway like she is swimming. Its PV portrays a happy summer with pop graphics. You can also see Uno doing the mermaid dance.
With Solo, the latest Star Wars film, on the way, it was only a matter of time before we saw yet another custom Nissan made to look like a starship from the series. And for a film about Han Solo, the only logical ship to recreate was Solo's famous Millennium Falcon. It's built in the same impressive fashion as past custom Nissans, even if the proportions are a little odd translated to a car. This Rogue features the key exterior components of Solo's ship, from a panel over the windshield to replicate the circular cockpit of the Falcon, to the glowing blue thrusters at the back. On top is the radar dish and a cannon.
Sony Corporation reported its FY17 results yesterday, for the 12 months to 31 March 2018. Overall, at a Group level, Sony's results were good, with a 12% increase in revenues to 8,544 billion yen, and significant growth in operating income to 735 billion yen (from 289 billion yen last year). However, we've been accustomed to a less-rosy picture on Sony's smartphone business in recent years. This latest report was no exception.
Autocar cites "senior officials from Nissan" for confirmation that a next-generation Z-car is on the way. The UK mag says the two-door has the internal codename Z35, will get coupe and convertible versions, and will arrive in time for the 240Z's 50th anniversary in 2019, in concept form at very least. Problem is, after reading through everything, we can't tell if this is merely another mutation of the same body of rumors that has been treading water for at least three years now.
Autocar said that according to its intel, Nissan would show a concept version of the coming Z at the 2018 Tokyo Motor Show, a production version debuting at the LA Auto Show in 2019, retail sales to begin in 2020. But there's no Tokyo show this year; the biennial motor show won't return until 2019. So now we're left to wonder what, if anything, is coming, and when? And those are the same questions we've had for years.