In an effort to encourage citizens to stay home during Golden Week, which is often considered a time of leisure and travel for Japan, YouTube will be hosting a music program called 'YouTube Music Week STAY HOME #WITHME' from April 29 to May 6.
This program was started by Google Japan in order for everyone to enjoy music at home during Golden Week. During the 8 days, 49 artists will participate by revealing live footage and other contents via their official YouTube channels. The time table and other information will be announced on YouTube Japan's official Twitter account (@YouTubeJapan).
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu will upload her past live footage on YouTube until May 17.
This is a part of ASOBISYSTEM's project '#OuchiASOBI" to deliver entertainment that people can enjoy at home. From 'Doki Doki Waku Waku Pamyu Pamyu Revolution 2012 in Kira Kira Budokan' to 'JAPAMYU HALL TOUR 2018 Hoshikuzu no Cherry Martini,' fans will be able to enjoy 100 songs worth of live footage.
Fans will be able to watch six of ONE OK ROCK's concerts via YouTube starting on April 17.
There will be a total of 6 concerts released including their 2016 outdoors live at Nagisaen and their orchestra live held in 2018. The concerts will not be archived, so make sure you tune in when they are released!
Nissy has opened 'Nissy channel' on YouTube.
On 'Nissy channel,' you can watch past music videos and lives as well as a documentary footage called 'Road to Nissy.' He commented, "To everyone refraining from nonessential outings. To everyone working at hospitals. To everyone who has to report to work. I hope I can help lessen your anxiety even if it's just a little bit. Also it would make me happy if you would include me in your time at home."
You will be able to watch BABYMETAL's Tokyo Dome concerts from September of 2016 via their official YouTube channel on April 10 and 11.
Due to the worldwide spread of the novel coronavirus, BABYMETAL postponed their Asia tour 'METAL GALAXY WORLD TOUR IN ASIA', which was scheduled to be held in March and April. BABYMETAL wrote "LET'S MOSH'SH AT HOME!" on their SNS accounts hoping that their fans will enjoy their lives at home. The details can be seen below.
Aimer has released music videos for 10 of her songs on her official YouTube channel.
These 10 videos were uploaded to commemorate 1 million subscribers on YouTube, as well as the hit of her latest single "Haru wa Yuku / marie" released last month. Below are the 10 videos that have been uploaded at this time.
All of miwa's music videos from her debut song "don't cry anymore" to her latest single "StoryTeller / Teenage Dream" have been uploaded onto YouTube.
miwa, who celebrates 10 years since her debut this year, have released a total of 35 videos. You can finally watch the full versions of the short PVs that she's revealed thus far.
Check out all of miwa's music videos here!
It's been announced that AKB48 group members will be opening YouTube channels.
This announcement was made on January 21 during the group's concert '15nenme no Chosensha' at TOKYO DOME CITY HALL. In order to liven up their 15th anniversary year, the members will be distributing videos as a new challenge. So far, the members who will be participating in this project are Mukaichi Mion, Murayama Yuiri, Mogi Shinobu, Okada Nana, Nakanishi Chiyori, Sakaguchi Nagisa, Kuranoo Narumi, Oguri Yui, Kashiwagi Yuki, and Yokoyama Yui. Among the 10 members, Mukaichi, Murayama, Mogi, and Okada will open a group channel called 'Yuna Mogion Channel.' On AKB48's official YouTube channel, you can see the announcement video for the project. Additionally, there is one video uploaded on 'Yuna Mogion Channel.' Both videos can be seen below.