- Pikotaro made a new PPAP song which is in tune with the current crisis the world is experiencing
- The song encourages handwashing and even put emphasis on washing hands meticulously
- The meaning of PPAP also changed to "Pray for People and Peace"
- As of now, Pikotaro's video has already reached more than 3 million views
Pikotaro has launched his 2020 PPAP song, and its focus is mainly to spread awareness on the importance of handwashing.
It also becomes a very nice reminder for everyone to wash their hands thoroughly.
Pikotaro was the one who popularized the song "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" (PPAP), back in 2016.
The song became a dance craze that almost everyone was doing.
"I have a pen. I have an apple..." went the 2016 PPAP song.
With the current 2020 PPAP, people would now have a bit of fun while washing their hands.
Here's the catchy song:
In a previous KAMI report, celebrities like Maine Mendoza dubbed the PPAP song. Many Filipinos also did their own covers of the viral and popular song.
Pikotaro is a Japanese comedian and TV personality. He is also known by another screen name, Daimaou Kosaka. He popularized Pen Pineapple Apple Pen, which became known in different countries around the world.
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