Teaser video of popular YouTuber Nakayama Kinni-kun’s cover song ‘Muscles Please!’ with Singing Cosplayer Hikari, out now!

Nakayama Kinni-kun is a comedian, bodybuilder and also YouTuber who has 1.39 million subscribers on his YouTube channel called, “The Muscle TV”. He covered the song ‘Muscles Please!’ and made a music video which will release on Wednesday the 26th of January. The song is the opening theme song of the TV anime, “How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?” The music video of this original song is a popular anime song worldwide and has been viewed over 241 million times. He collaborated with Singing Cosplayer Hikari who is a global cover singer, a YouTuber and a TikToker. She made her launch on social media on New Year’s Day of 2021. Since then, she has released 23 anime and vocaloid cover songs and her songs have been viewed over 8 million times and 97.4% of the viewers are from the outside of Japan. Her vocaloid cover song, ‘Yume To Hazakura’, which was released in April 2021 has been viewed over 2.45 million times and was ranked No.1 on the J-POP charts of 14 countries.

Nakayama Kinni-kun & Singing Cosplayer Hikari’s cover song, ‘Muscles Please!’ ‘will release to the entire world on January 26. The artist and the album cover photo has been revealed today. This song is going to be on air as the ending theme of the nationwide TV program “Doyou wa nani suru?! (What will you do on Saturday!?)” on both Kansai Telecasting Corporation and Fuji Television Network. The music video will be on air for 30 seconds every Saturday for 3 months. This is a great opportunity for them. This music video was shot at GOLD’S GYM at Makuhari Chiba ANNEX. While Nakayama Kinni-kun taught how to do the exercise, TikToker Singing Cosplayer Hikari choreographed the dancing. She hit upon the choreography one day before shooting day and they practiced it together right before shooting the music video. The key part of their collaboration movie was released on Singing Cosplayer Hikari’s TikTok today. Please check it out!


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