MUSIC STATION has reveled the artist line up for its August 3 broadcast.
The upcoming episode will feature performances by Arashi, Saito Kazuyoshi, Sukima Switch, TWICE, Hey! Say! JUMP, and Miura Daichi. Actor Tanaka Kei will also make an appearance to cheer on Sukima Switch. The website for MUSIC STAION is requesting songs for each artist to perform until July 27 at 11:59 pm JST.
Hey! Say! JUMP will release their new album "SENSE or LOVE" on August 22. In addition, they will hold a nationwide tour starting August 31.
The group will be off to a new start in September when member Okamoto Keito will be studying abroad. The upcoming album will feature "dance," with a total of 17 tracks including their singles "Precious Girl," "White Love," and "Mae wo Muke."
Hey! Say! JUMP member Okamoto Keito will be studying abroad in the United States beginning September.
In a video posted on the group's fan club site, it was announced that Okamoto would be attending The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in order to study acting, music, and English. He commented, "I will study hard in order to show everyone my growth, and I will definitely return to Hey! Say! JUMP."
Fairies have revealed the PV for their new single "HEY HEY ~Light Me Up~" that's slated for release on February 28.
For this single, Fairies cover 1990s Eurobeat. They performed the song live for the first time in December, and its choreography gained attention as it was arranged by akane coach, who was in charge of the "bubbly dance" for Osaka's Tomioka High School in the national dance championships.
Hey! Say! JUMP's new single "Mae wo Muke" will be released on February 14.
On December 31, Hey! Say! JUMP made their first appearance on the 'Kohaku Uta Gassen,' and they will be celebrating their 11th anniversary this year. The group's first single of 2018 has been picked up as the theme song for member Yamada Ryosuke's starring drama "Momikeshite Fuyu: Wagaya no Mondai Nakatta Koto ni."
With Apple choosing to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack on the iPhone 7 (and presumably future models), this means that users need to start looking for wireless headphones, or headphones with a Lightning connector, which admittedly are few and far in-between compared to "regular" models.
Now Pioneer is a company that makes headphones with the Lightning connector, such as with the Rayz series of earbuds. Now if you were considering the earbuds, you might be interested to learn that Pioneer has recently issued an update for the headphones in which the Rayz and Rayz Plus headphones will now support the "Hey Siri" command.