Check out the bizarre new video from Japanese pop star Nissy

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Nissy released his new single ‘Say Yes,’ his second single release of 2021. This multifaceted song combines a comforting, light Western sound with lyrics that tell a story that is, well, a little on the strange side.

But it’s not only the lyrics. The music video that accompanies ‘Say Yes’ was also published today on YouTube, and it contains some unusual imagery.

The music video for ‘Say Yes’ continues the story from Nissy’s previous video, ‘Get You Back.’ While it is awash with unbelievable and beautiful visuals at first glance, it also includes scenes that offer a glimpse of something more bizarre. Please take a look at the video and discover it for yourself!

In addition, the video includes a dance routine performed on a specially made stage, making for an unmissable spectacle.

As with ‘Get You Back,’ the dance steps for ‘Say Yes’ were choreographed by Kazuki (s**t kingz), who took first place in the leading United States dance contest BODY ROCK in 2010 and 2011 as a member of s**t kingz; and by RIEHATA, who got her break as a backing dancer for Lady Gaga in 2010 and has since built an international career working with globally renowned artists such as BTS, TWICE and Chris Brown.

Nissy (Takahiro Nishijima) profile

Marking Nissy’s fifth anniversary as a solo artist in February 2019, the album ‘Nissy Entertainment 5th Anniversary BEST’ took the No.1 spot on the Billboard Japan Hot Albums chart and the Oricon Weekly Album Ranking. In the same year, the Nissy Entertainment “5th Anniversary” BEST DOME TOUR made Nissy the youngest male Japanese solo artist in history to hold four sold-out dome tours nationwide.

Nissy is also an in-demand actor, having starred in the acclaimed 2008 Sion Sono movie ‘Love Exposure,’ for which he won the Kinema Junpo Best New Actor Award and the Mainichi Film Concours New Talent Award.

In 2012, he received critical acclaim for his role in the stage play ‘Shitaya Mannencho Monogatari,’ directed by Yukio Ninagawa. He has also appeared in national broadcaster NHK’s major historical drama series ‘Taira no Kiyomori’ and Fuji TV’s weekly Monday 9 pm drama ‘Love That Makes You Cry,’ among others.

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New single: ‘Say Yes’

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