- Japanese singer Piko Taro who sang "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" dropped a new song
- Piko Taro uploaded the video on YouTube entitled "I Like Orange Juice!"
- The video already gained more than 2 million views in three days
The famous Japanese singer Piko Taro, the man behind the "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" song just dropped a new single entitled "I Like Orange Juice!"
The new song released by DJ Kosaka Daimaou who plays the role of the Japanese character is as weird as ever just like his previous fruit-related song which made it viral on the internet.
The song's lyrics goes like this:
"I like orange juice, thank you. Grape juice? No, no, no, no. Tomato juice? No, no, no, no. Carrot juice? No, no, no, no. Orange! Orange juice!"
Piko Taro, in the new video,was still in his most energetic self wearing a shimmering gold outfit with a matching scarf. The Letters "O" and "J" each are written on his both hands as he expressed his love for orange juice with a cool dance choreography.
The video that lasted for more than one minute captured the PPAP singer's fans once again as it immediately went viral after it was uploaded on YouTube.
Piko Taro posted the video on Saturday which already gained more than 2 million views.
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The Japanese singer's PPAP song, which was at the 77th spot, was the shortest song to be included in the US Billboard Top 100 Singles.
"Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" already gained more than 45 million views on YouTube. Piko Taro's other hits are “Cookie-Butter Choco-Cookie”, “Romita Hashimikov,” “Neo Sunglasses” and “Kashite Kudasaiyo.”
Watch "I Like Orange Juice!" here:
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