Global Phenomenon PIKOTARO And His YouTube Hit PPAP (Pen Pineapple Apple Pen) Mash-Up With The Classic, “AXEL F”

Global Sensation PIKOTARO, a singer and songwriter from Chiba, Japan has taken the world by storm with his infectious PPAP song. With his kinky perm, sunglasses and animal print outfit his YouTube video “PPAP (Pen Pineapple Apple Pen)” has been seen over 600 million times across YouTube which began October 7th 2016th on his Japanese label AVEX.
Taking his international hit one step further the Japanese pop star and Comedian today releases a mash-up with the legendary theme song to the 1984 film hit Beverly Hills Cop – “Axel F.” named after Eddie Murphy’s classic character Axel Foley.

“PPAP” all started when PIKOTARO posted the song on YouTube by himself. The word spread from teenage girls to international media creating a buzz which had TIME, BBC, CNN and other global media in Europe, US, and Asia take notice of the sensation which resulted the song being covered by numerous media around the world. Since its debut PPAP has had approximately 450 million total plays on world wide streaming sites and has been number 1 for three consecutive weeks on “You Tube Music Global top 100. Ultra Records founder and President of electronic music Patrick Moxey says “PIKOTARO has created a song with great originality and humor, and it’s breaking thru all cultural boundaries. We look forward to working with him and Avex.”
Shot in a studio in Atsugi City, Japan the video has daily streams of an average of over 7 million times a day upping PIKOTARO’s views to close to 600 million world wide.
The song is currently on the Billboard Hot 100, and is now the Guinness Book of World Records holder for the shortest song to ever enter the chart.

Global Phenomenon PIKOTARO And His YouTube Hit PPAP (Pen Pineapple Apple Pen) Mash-Up With The Classic, “AXEL F”

Global Sensation PIKOTARO, a singer and songwriter from Chiba, Japan has taken the world by storm with his infectious PPAP song. With his kinky perm, sunglasses and animal print outfit his YouTube video “PPAP (Pen Pineapple Apple Pen)” has been seen over 600 million times across YouTube which began October 7th 2016th on his Japanese label AVEX.

Taking his international hit one step further the Japanese pop star and Comedian today releases a mash-up with the legendary theme song to the 1984 film hit Beverly Hills Cop – “Axel F.” named after Eddie Murphy’s classic character Axel Foley.

“PPAP” all started when PIKOTARO posted the song on YouTube by himself. The word spread from teenage girls to international media creating a buzz which had TIME, BBC, CNN and other global media in Europe, US, and Asia take notice of the sensation which resulted the song being covered by numerous media around the world. Since its debut PPAP has had approximately 450 million total plays on world wide streaming sites and has been number 1 for three consecutive weeks on “You Tube Music Global top 100. Ultra Records founder and President of electronic music Patrick Moxey says “PIKOTARO has created a song with great originality and humor, and it’s breaking thru all cultural boundaries. We look forward to working with him and Avex.”

Shot in a studio in Atsugi City, Japan the video has daily streams of an average of over 7 million times a day upping PIKOTARO’s views to close to 600 million world wide.
The song is currently on the Billboard Hot 100, and is now the Guinness Book of World Records holder for the shortest song to ever enter the chart.

Global Phenomenon Pikotaro Signed To Ultra Music/Sony with His Youtube Hit Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP) Song

“PPAP” all started when PIKOTARO posted the song on YouTube by himself. The word spread from teenage girls to international media creating a buzz which had TIME, BBC, CNN and other global media in Europe, US, and Asia take notice of the sensation which resulted the song being covered by numerous media around the world. Since its debut PPAP has had approximately 450 million total plays on world wide streaming sites and has been number 1 for three consecutive weeks on “You Tube Music Global top 100. Ultra Records founder and President of electronic music Patrick Moxey says “PIKOTARO has created a song with great originality and humor, and it’s breaking thru all cultural boundaries. We look forward to working with him and Avex.”

Shot in a studio in Atsugi City, Japan the video has daily streams of an average of over 3 million times a day, including a mention from fan Justin Bieber who told his 88 million twitter followers that it was his “ favorite video”

Sony International EVP of A&R Wolfgang Boss was also quick to see what could come of PPAP saying “`PPAP is a worldwide phenomenon like Gangnam Style or Crazy Frog and we are very happy that we can support AVEX through our international system to promote this extremely funny and entertaining project to local media and audiences around the world`

The song is currently on the Billboard Hot 100, and is now the Guinness Book of World Records holder for the shortest song to ever enter the chart.

STAN-X Drops Latest Original, “TIME”

Shaun Frank’s soul-house single ‘Time’ is out now via Size Records

Following the release of his last single ‘Mind Made Up’ in February on Dim Mak Records, Canadian producer Shaun Frank is back with the grooving soul-house dance floor weapon ‘TIME’ via Steve Angello’s Size Records.

‘Time’ combines groovy synth melodies, piano chords and deep bass to create a track that is sure to make listeners want to dance. Not to mention a captivating vocal section that builds to a climax of heavy drums and pumping subs. The ability to maintain musicality whilst providing something powerful enough to affect dance floors is fast becoming synonymous with Shaun Frank.

As seasoned as he is a talented musician, the Toronto-based producer & songwriter, Shaun Frank, puts quality music above all else. The collaboration ‘This Could Be Love’ with Borgeous featuring Delaney Jane, released at the end of 2014 on Spinnin’ Records, held its position in the Beatport top 10 chart for over 2 months and along with his hugely supported remix of Kiesza’s cover of Hozier’s ‘Take Me To Church’, he has now arrived at his signature style that involves a high-energy mix of elements including deep house, old UK garage, accompanied by strong lyrical work and a vocal focus.

Just Be In The Music Radio Show on Pioneer DJ Radio

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Just Be aka Matthew Bushwacka is set to launch a new weekly radio show called “Just Be In The Music” on Pioneer DJ Radio from Thursday 27th February at 20:00 CET. The show will then be repeated on Pioneer DJ Radio on Sundays at 03:00 CET and Tuesdays 08:00 CET to allow for audiences in America and Asia respectively. The launch sees him join an impressive list of artists, such as such as John DIgweed and Carl Cox, who currently host shows on the station.

Following a permanent move last summer, Just Be has now bedded into life on the White Isle with his new studio set up allowing for the creativity to flow in a new environment. With a string of releases lined up for the coming months for the likes of Saved, Saura, and Kaiser Disco, Matthew is now sharing his love for music on the airwaves so that fans can tune in for a dose of that Just Be magic even when he is not in town.

“Just Be In The Music” launches on Pioneer DJ Radio this Thursday 27th February at 20:00 CET.

INFO:
DATES: 27th February and then every Thursday
TIME: 20:00 CET
WEB: www.pioneerdjradio.com and www.ibizasonica.com and www.mixcloud.com/pioneerdjradio