Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Japan’s pop culture princess
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is the human embodiment of Harajuku, Tokyo’s cute and colorful fashion district.
The singer is well known for her 2011 single, “PonPonPon,” which made Japan’s top ten.
The 2012 singles “Candy Candy” and “Fashion Monster” followed the success.
She has since released three full-length albums, Pamyu Pamyu Revolution in 2012, Nanda Collection in 2013, and Pika Pika Fantajin in 2014.
Her catchy songs are upbeat and repetitive and her style outrageous and adorable (even when bordering on fantastical or creepy), so she has a way of resonating with people outside of Japan.
Check out her music videos to see what we mean — and try not to get hooked!
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