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Sunday, 17 February 2019 02:30

Watch: Keyakizaka46 New MV "Heel no takasha"

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Keyakizaka46's 8th single "Kuroi hitsuji" Type C coupling track "Heel no takasha" music video has been revealed today.

Limited edition (Type C)


M1. Kuroi hitsuji
M2. Kimi ni hanashiteokitai koto
M3. Heel no takasha

DISC2 -Blu-ray-

1. Kuroi hitsuji Music Video
2. Heel no takasha Music Video
3. Bonus video KEYAKI HOUSE 3/3

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  • Comment Link Tuberose Sunday, 17 February 2019 15:26 posted by Tuberose

    So beautiful

  • Comment Link Memorandom Sunday, 17 February 2019 20:44 posted by Memorandom

    Love this so much. Yeah, probably my favourite of the songs from the single they've previewed so far.

  • Comment Link ray Sunday, 17 February 2019 23:46 posted by ray

    I don't know if people will agree with me here but although I enjoy almost all their songs...I find that =love, the 2 K46s, the 2 N46s, iZone and Last Idol all sound the same to me. In fact, if you blindfolded me and played a new song by any of them, I could really not figure who was singing it.
    Opposite to good old SKE where you could instantly identify Rena's and Jurina's voices, good old NMB where Sayaka's and Miyuki's voices delighted us all...
    This is dangerous because they are starting to sound generic, the surprise factor is being lost. We need CHARISMA, CRAZINESS, THE UNEXPECTED, hoarse tones of voices... we urgently need another Takamina, Acchan, Nyanya, Tomo....

  • Comment Link Tuberose Monday, 18 February 2019 04:19 posted by Tuberose

    @Ray you're not wrong tho I'd say K46 is different (mainly bc Techi's solo part and their concept)
    I think their music started to sound the same bc that's the demand, which usually happens when production team listened to all the request from public (they slowly forgot to put their own sound to the music).

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