All About the Pop Music Song Heart Ereki Also Known as Heart Electric Released by Japanese Pop Music Group Akb48
Type A Cover for Heart Ereki
Why is the Song Heart Ereki Important?
Heart Ereki also known as Heart Electric is much more than just the 33rd major single by popular Japanese girl group AKB48. It has some added special significance to it as well. The concept of this Heart Ereki is a band and each of the members participating in the single has a nickname. Some notable members participating in the single include Minami Takahashi, Yuko Oshima, Yuki Kashiwagi, and Haruka Shimazaki.
Who Was Announced as Center for This Song?
It was announced that then AKB48 member Haruna Kojima would be serving as the center for that song. When it was announced, there was a huge shout of joy from a crowd of 12,000! Kojima mentioned that she does not know how this happened but that she would try her best.
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"Heart Ereki" Music Video
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Heart Ereki & the Significance of the Music Video
Heart Electric was released on October 30, 2013 and there were several editions of this single. These included 4 regular editions, 4 limited editions and a theater edition as well. The music video for this song made a premiere appearance at an AKB48 handshake event at the Osaka Dome. The basic description for the video is that it is described as a group of girls that are competing for individuality in a group called “The G. Fingers.” The costume designs for all of the girls are described as being “Group Sounds Conscious.” The clothes for these AKB48 girls were designed with having red and blue colors in mind. Group sounds is a genre of Japanese rock music.
The choreography for Heart Ereki is rather simple because the girls are seen moving around mostly in their places or positions and they are not constantly moving around or changing their locations.
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