Fly Project - Like A Star Official Music Video
Annually, their next hit singles, "Mandala", "Goodbye", "Musica", "Back In My Life" and "Toca Toca" kept Fly Project as number 1 in the International music charts, from Russia to The Netherlands, India, Greece and Latin America.Fly Project latest single, "Toca Toca" was very popular countries like Italy, Russia, Ukraine, France, Spain, Mexico, Turkey and it continues to be in the music top charts going up even after one year after being released. Fly Project hits again with "Toca Toca" and gets a new Gold Disc for the units they sold in Italy.
Fly Project - Like A Star | Official Music Video
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Sylwia Grzeszczak and Sound'n'Grace join forces in the intoxicating official music video for Kiedy tylko spojrzę. Lose yourself in the uplifting beat and soaring vocals of this dynamic collaboration. Want to take it with you on-the-go? Download the mp3 now and experience the magic of this musical pairing anywhere, anytime.
If you're a fan of Nina Chuba's music, you won't be disappointed with her latest release. "Mangos mit Chili" is a groovy, feel-good track, complete with a colorful and captivating music video. And the best part? You can easily download the mp3 version to play on repeat. Keep reading to find out more about Nina Chuba, "Mangos mit Chili," and where to get your hands on the digital download.
On October 2nd, 2022, TikToker @waifuonfire posted an original animation to the song "Toca Toca" by Fly Project. The animation used various dancing clips from various animes, ranging from Jujutsu Kaisen to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, among others. Over the course of five months, the video received roughly 10.6 million plays and 1.1 million likes (shown below). Also, waifuonfire posted the video to their YouTube channel on the same day, where it received roughly 5 million views and 90,000 likes in the same time period.
On October 18th, 2022, TikToker @kotaroide posted a dance video in which he and his friend mimicked all of the dances in @waifuonfire's edit, earning roughly 5.8 million plays and 346,300 likes in five months (shown below, left). A few weeks later, on November 6th, 2022, TikToker @kotaroide posted another video, using @waifuonfire's TikTok sound but instead overlaying a new progression of anime dances to mimic. Over the course of four months 7.7 million plays and 529,200 likes (shown below, right).
TikToker @kotaroide's second video started an anime dance challenge that used the "Toca Toca" song and sound in which others also recreated the dance movements of @kotaroide's compilation. For instance, on November 20th, 2022, TikToker @ponpokopon000 posted an iteration with no reference video overlayed, earning roughly 7.2 million plays and 660,600 likes in four months (shown below, left). On December 30th, 2022, TikToker @mumeixxx posted an iteration with a reference video overlayed, earning roughly 3.6 million plays and 230,700 likes in three months (shown below, right).
Going into 2023, the trend spread to YouTube where many animators inserted their original characters or other, non-original characters into the dancing template. For instance, on February 11th, 2023, YouTuber @ho_salt posted an animation a part of the trend that showed multiple, original cat characters dancing along to the dances. Over the course of three weeks, the video received roughly 38 million views and 1.3 million likes (shown below).
In conversation with the music-video form, the Black essay film advances processes of remembrance that leverage the possibilities of digital streaming but work against its instrumental logic through the double haptics of audio and vision. This essay shows this refusal and leveraging at work in Kahlil Joseph's twenty-three-minute installation Fly Paper (2018) and the visual album he directed for Sampha Sisay's 2017 album Process.
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