Thank you.” Though she says AKB48 had nothing to do with her decision to shave her head, the video was posted on their official Youtube account. So what do you think? A little too Britney for your taste, or does the punishment fit the crime? Does it make.
The J-Pop all girl group AKB48 are sold as the pop idols you can meet and now ... of views with the most popular having over 104 million. This particular music video is titled Heavy Rotation and it features the girls in lingerie, a giant pillow fight.
The photograph, showing AKB48 singer Tomomi Kasai, 21, naked with a blond child cupping her breasts from behind, was to be published in Shukan Young Magazine. Publisher Kodansha was planning to run the photograph, which came from a forthcoming book of.
A Japanese pop star has shaved her head in contrition for spending the night with her boyfriend and issued a sobbing video begging forgiveness ... One of the original members of the girl band AKB48, Minami Minegishi was caught out after a tabloid newspaper.
World Order's latest hit "Have A Nice Day" music video set in Akihabara with special appearance from AKB48 members. Japanese pop techno band World Order posted the official music video for their latest hit single "Have A Nice Day" on their YouTube channel.
Jpop group AKB48 has had their music in Taiko: Drum Master and a 3DS game. However, AKB48+Me from Kadokawa Games is more of an idol training game than a rhythm title. Strategy & Partners, the company that made Attack on Titan: Wings of Counterattack Online.
A sobbing Minami Minegishi apologised to her fans and said she did not want to leave the band AKB48, in the video seen by millions on YouTube. The production company behind AKB48 said Minegishi, 20, had failed to abide by its cardinal rule - no dating.
AKB48 is a 92-member girl band from Japan whose one song has ... Read the interview with the group’s founder, Yasushi Akimoto. Watch the video after the jump.
AKB48 – which has about 140 rotating members ranging from their teens to early 20s – has been called “embarrassing” and “the shame of Japan.” Pretty strong words for a girl band. But when the band’s creator Yasushi Akimoto - also a member of.