Dance & vocal unit GENERATIONS will be debuting on November 21 with their first single, "BRAVE IT OUT." The title song, "BRAVE IT OUT" has already reached #1 on various music portal sites, including USEN's JPOP Chart (10/17). This is the first time a male group has reached such a brilliant achievement.
The song serves as the theme for NTV drama, "Sugarless," which started October 3. Member Shirahama Alan (19) stars in the drama, as does bandmate Sano Reo (16). After the drama first aired, the TV station was flooded with inquiries from new fans. In addition, the members of GENERATIONS are currently working as supporting members on Sandaime J Soul Brothers' first nationwide solo arena tour, and their popularity is ont he rise. Their recent performance at a local venue of "BRAVE IT OUT" also helped them acquire the #1 spot on USEN's J-Pop chart.
In addition, their music video and jacket shoot for "BRAVE IT OUT" were recently made public. GENERATIONS used music video director Kubo Shigeaki, who has also worked with Sandaime J Soul Brothers. Kubo said, "This video is meant to directly show GENERATIONS' abundant performance ability."
Their performance ability is definitely clear and they give the impression of a major musical force in the video. In particular, the choreography of the chorus's "MA MA MA MADA MADA" is very easy for fans to remember.
Though they're still in the growth process, GENERATIONS is a first-class act when it comes to performance. We are looking forward to seeing how they will grow in the future.
Source - Musicman.net
Translation - hi_junpei
GENERATIONS hits #1 on digital music portal ahead of debut
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