My Love Story with Yamada-kun at Lv999 ending theme song music video now out
Japanese J-pop and folk singer songwriter Ryujin Kiyoshi’s ‘Trick Art‘ got an official music video this week and, with the singer being in his 30s, you wouldn’t necessarily think he would be releasing an idol video.
But that is exactly what Ryujin Kiyoshi’s ‘Trick Art‘ music video turned out to be.
A cuter than cute idol video starring girl group Mystear’s Amisa Miyazaki who plays an idol who dances through the video, while Ryujin Kiyoshi is the director who is planning out her every move.
That is until he joins her on set and begins to dance with her himself.
The upbeat ‘Trick Art‘ is Ryujin Kiyoshi’s ninth single, but is also the first anime theme song he has performed.
Yeah, fans of the ongoing gamer-themed romantic anime My Love Story with Yamada-kun at Lv999 will have already recognized ‘Trick Art‘ as the official ending theme for that series.
The anime itself premiered on April 2nd, and is currently streaming on Crunchyroll.
Ryujin Kiyoshi’s ‘Trick Art‘ has already been released digitally (you can listen to the song in full below via Spotify), but its official CD single release in Japan is not until June 7th.
As for Ryujin Kiyoshi, the now-33-year-old singer has been writing and performing his own music since his teens, but it was not until he signed with EMI Music Japan in 2009 that he got his big break.
Since then, along with the aformentioned now-nine singles, the Japanese singer has also released eight full-length studio albums.
Yes, he is pretty prolific.
Watch Ryujin Kiyoshi’s ‘Trick Art‘ music video below, and enjoy the performance of the cuter than cute Amisa Miyazaki.
You can also listen to ‘Trick Art’ as it appears on the My Love Story with Yamada-kun at Lv999 ending animation in the video down below.
Then, to make sure you cover all the bases, listen to the song again via Spotify, as well as read more about the singer on his official website.
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