Entertainment | Feb 12

SKY-HI's Rampage: Unleashing the Hippie Mindset

TOKYO, Feb 12 (News On Japan) - The artist SKY-HI released his new song "Hippie" on Monday, February 12th, for digital download. In the released music video, SKY-HI plays a salaryman with an underlying hippie mindset.

The song "Hippie" was created in anticipation of the nationwide tour "SKY-HI TOUR 2024 -HPY LIFE-" starting in May. In the released music video, SKY-HI plays a hippie salaryman, rampaging through the office without a care for what others think. The video fully expresses the message of the song: "To respect one's own values, live at one's own pace, and to love oneself is the first step towards loving others." Furthermore, SKY-HI is set to appear on the TBS series "CDTV Live! Live!" two-hour special, which airs today at 19:00, where he will perform "Hippie" for the first time.

Source: Natalie

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