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That Guy With The Glasses
- Whenever The Nostalgia Critic bursts into song, you can count on it being something awesome:
- "Santa Christ" from his Star Wars Holiday Special review.
- "Supercrapafuckarificexpialabullshit", a parody of Mary Poppins' "Supercalifragilisticexpialadocious" from his Batman and Robin review, summarising the film quite well.
- Phantoms by Paik made into a song which is probably simply called "BORING" during the dream sequence in the Junior review.
- "Holiday Clusterfuck".
- Songs That Don't Need Lyrics But He Added Them Anyway [+ HA!+ ]
- The Critic sings over the soundtrack of Commando toward the end of his review. And it is awesome.
- PUT THAT COOKIE DOWN!
- The operatic singing at the end of The Garbage Pail Kids Movie. The first time he had really sung and dear God it was fabulous.
- On a slightly different front, the Critic vs. Nerd final battle contains a lot of this. For instance, "Duel of the Fates" and "Ghost Love Score."
- That voice singing the truly EPIC new "Angry Joe" theme (to the tune of the G.I. Joe movie theme) is DOUG HIMSELF.
- When, at the end of his Commercial Special, having entered the start of the video depressed due to apparently being called pathetic by the director of the My Pet Monster movie last video, slumps over lifelessly... then starts to sing a parody of "Poor Jack" from The Nightmare Before Christmas (the one where Jack get back his resolve) and endeavours to carry on.
- The end of this Nostalgia Chick video, in which the Critic does an amazing parody of the song "Anything Can Happen on Halloween" from The Worst Witch. If his spot on Tim Curry impression doesn't qualify as awesome, nothing does. See it on its own here.
- His review of Moulin Rouge!, aka his first official Musical Episode, with songs sung by himself, The Nostalgia Chick, and Brentalfloss, among others, and written by Brentalfloss himself!
- There's the opening song, sung by Linkara. Short as it is, Linkara makes up for it with his amazing singing voice.
- "Brents Rap", a parody of the song "Zidlers Rap", sung by Brentalfloss.
- "El Tango De Pretense", a parody of "El Tango De Roxanne", sung mostly by Phelous who still manages to be delightfully hammy in his performance, making it both hilarious and strangely awesome in its own way. And of course, Doug and Lindsay show off their impressive vocals as well.
- "Guilty Pleasures", sung to the tune of "Orpheus In the Underworld" by the all three of them. It is both awesome and hilarious.
- And of course, "The Review Must Go On", sung by Doug with some help from Lindsay. It is naturally a parody of "The Show Must Go On", and it is also the only lyrics that Doug himself wrote. And it. is. awesome.
- The "Gunslinger Theme" from Atop the Fourth Wall. Here's the full version!
- Nella's really funny, ridiculously awesome song about Showgirls at the end of her friend's review of the movie. And when she reviews Les Misérables, and to crown the episode she begins singing One Day More. Just try listening to The Nostalgia Critic enter as Enjolras without being absolutely flabbergasted with how it suddenly got so very awesome.
- The transformation of Dr. Insano in Kickassia, three epic pieces of music blended perfectly.
- Ask That Guy with the Glasses episode 56 has THE MOST ANNOYING SONG IN THE WORLD. Despite that name, it's something to behold. And the best thing is, it goes with ANY beat.
- Spoony examples:
- Any of the covers done by Todd in the Shadows qualify (yes, even of the bad songs), but special note goes to the cover of "Ready to Roll" that he did for his Film Brain crossover review of Sunday School Musical.
- From the 4th Anniversary special, To Boldly Flee, we now have "We're a Distraction!"
- The Nostalgia Critic finally has a theme song. A Heavy Metal theme song.
- Brows Held High's Oancitizen does an entire 21 minute review of The Man Who Fell to Earth entirely of song parodies of David Bowie songs. Mixed with a very nice singing voice and some cool cameos, it really needs to be seen to be believed.
Welcome to Night Vale
With a musical Weather segment every episode of Welcome to Night Vale
, there are bound to be a few of these:
- "These and More than These" is a heartwarming, meaningful acoustic ballad from the showrunner himself, Joseph Fink.
- All the way from The Netherlands comes MC Brainpower, with his Boastful Rap, "Mijn Manier".
- Rap Group Doomtree has a surreal posse cut: "Team the Best Team".
- Jason Webley contributed with "Last Song".
- With a song this good, you'd let Mystic find you: "Neptune's Jewels".
- "Waiting for the bus in the rain, in the rain..."
- "I LIKE OLIVES!!"
- "Pretty Little Head", due to its unusual orchestration, seems to be a fan favorite. It's a Bjork-style indie pop song by Eliza Rickman, who has the voice of Snow White.
- Special mention to Fox, whose "High Tide Rising" heralded Cecil's return at a crucial moment in the story!
- Likewise to Dessa, of Doomtree, with "Call off your Ghost" used similarly in the Anniversary.
- This is to say nothing of Disparition's backing soundtrack. "The Ballad of Fiedler and Mundt" in particular is the podcast's official theme song.
- Axe CooOooOoP, AXE COOOOOOOOP!!!
- Tunak Tunak Tun. Moment of Awesome for singer Daler Mehndi: facing claims that his earlier videos were only popular because they had pretty women in them, he made this one with just himself, and it was still a hit.
- The Warrior project, set up to raise support for the USA's military, made awesome music.
- Denny Schneidemesser's "Entering the Stronghold".
- Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog:
"Listen close to everybody's heart, and hear that breaking sound."
- Broken Saints is full of it, but most especially: the use of John Taverner's "Alleluia" at the end of Chapter 20 - Act 5, and in Chapter 24 - Act 5. That is the reason why some people talk about these moments as religious experiences.
- The mechanics of cellular biology are awesome enough by themselves, but the soundtrack to this video makes it EPIC.
- Epic Meal Time has been using a dubstep mix during the credits. Linky here.
- The sound in its entirety for the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny is very catchy.
- There she is!!, a set of five Korean shorts all set to music. First three are adorable and sweet. The fourth, depressing and dramatic. The last? Imagine. It starts out with mournful pianos, then just as our feline hero sees the memorial his bunny girlfriend left behind and the rocking tunes really start up, you will not be leaving your goddamn seat until the very last of the credits, holy shit.
- "Secret Agent Chick", the theme of Susan Neckebard from Plague and Treachery on the Oregon Trail.
- Caramelldansen, normally a rather cute memetic phenomenon with its speedycake version, has been given the metal treatment. There's also an orchestral version!
- The Codex, a Halo machinima. Episode 18. From 4:58 to the end. You'd almost think it was scored by Marty O'Donnel himself.
- Overlapping this with Awesome Music from Anime (the original song is an anime OP you'll probably recognise, this is a fan-made parody): "Zetsubou Desho Desho?..."
- Digital Insanity's more popular keygen comes with an absoltely epic chiptune.
- The Youtube Symphony Orchestra "The Internet Symphony" Global Mash Up, comprising hundreds of videos sampling one entered song making a single symphony.
- Just about everyone's seen Kumikyoku Nico Nico Douga. (Aka "Nico Nico Medley"). If you haven't, it's awesome music in and of itself — 10 random people from Nico Nico (picture Youtube meets 2chan) and one Robot singing an a capella medley of 34 separate anime and video game themes.
- Then they top it. Kumikyoku Nico Nico Douga Chorus x9, a mashup of 9 separate versions of the same medley, spliced together. That's 198 random internet strangers + 1 robot all singing together. Flawlessly.
- THIS ONE is the truly CMOA-worthy one. 795 singers total across 36 different videos + 1-36 robots, all mixed together at the same time. Flawlessly. Top that, 4chan!
- Topped: Here is a group of over 1000 people doing it across 4 anime conventions and 3 countries. (A mashup of 4 other mass live performance videos.)
- And yet this is even more awesome.
- Nico Nico Douga pretty much keeps expanding its noteworthy selection with Urakumikyoku, Nanairo no Nico Nico Douga (The 7 Colors of Nico Nico Douga), Ryuuseigun (Meteor Shower). The last one with orchestral arrangement included.
- English version of Nico Nico Douga Ryuuseigun. Okay, so the guy isn't the best singer on the planet, but it's hard not to smile at the energy he puts into it.
- He's also done an english version of Kumikyoku.
- And now, the Nico Nico Douga medley in Mario!
- While we're on the subject of Automatic Mario levels, the above video is no match forthis. Freaking. Epic.
- And now compare the previous with this. Even more awesomeness.
- 8 Sides of Nico Nico Douga, a variant using remixed samples of Jack Black's appearance on Sesame Street.
- FIRE TEMPLE is made primarily using the Delay Lama VST plugin, and yet it still sounds awesome.
- The Leet World has some pretty epic music, like The Producer's theme and Domination Man Cometh. Series 2 has epic music too, especially in Episode 10, all the way through really.
- When they all start singing, it will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.
- Say what you will about Zero Punctuation, but Ian Dorsch made a freaking awesome theme song for Yahtzee. Especially the extended version that plays at the end of the 100th episode.
- The Orchestral Version of The Angry Video Game Nerd theme, used throughout his Swordquest review.
- Hell, the original theme qualifies. As well as notable remixes/covers ranging from techno to heavy metal.
- "You're a Mean One, Mr. Nerd" from the 2010 Christmas Special. Bonus points for being composed by Bear McCreary.
- "Do You Wanna Date My Avatar", promoting The Guild and parodying Three Minutes of Writhing.
- A Glorious Dawn, a remix of a bit of Carl Sagan's Cosmos: A Personal Voyage series with a bit of Stephen Hawking's Universe series. It exults in the universe and human discovery of it.
Not a sunrise, but a galaxy rise
A morning filled with 400 billion suns
The rising of the milky way
- In Pure Pwnage, pretty much any time "Feel Like Pwning Noobs" comes on is epic.
- The Golden Age of Video. That is all.
- "This is blasphemy! this is madness!" "THIS IS SPARTA REMIX!!!!"
- In Episode 5 of The Allen And Craig Show when Craig decides to switch to the CD that's in Allen's car, which results in them indulging in singing "Dancing Queen" by ABBA. Similarly, in the same episode, Craig's montage of doing Tae Kwon Do in a fountain to "You're The Best" by Joe Esposito.
- The Muppets: Bohemian Rhapsody. The most awesome thing in the history of ever.
- Everything from YouTube user SnowDog80. Making remixes of video game tracks that are often seen as better than the original works? Awesome. Doing this in MARIO PAINT? Awesome Music. A few cases in point: Pelagic II from Perfect Dark, Dark King from Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, and Zeromus from Final Fantasy IV. Let's just reiterate that these are all better than their originals despite being done in Mario Paint.
- Hyadain is a Japanese artist who does covers of songs from various different Japanese game series, often with lyrics added. The ones involving Mega Man and Dragon Quest are often comical, along with a few others (like Super Mario Western Show or Fiends of the Four Elements), while others, like Choose Your Future or My First Friend are more serious. Speaking of whom, it was revealed that Hyadain is actually seasoned composer Kenichi Mayamada, who did, among other works, One Piece's 11th opening "Share the World."
- On a similar note, Kate Covington's series of Final Fantasy songs with added lyrics. Here's You're Not Alone, which manages to take a simultaneous Awesome Music and Heartwarming Moment and make it even better.
- This heartbreaking rendition of the Pokémon theme from There Will Be Brawl.
- TheWorldOfMarco. Four (or five, or three or sometimes only two) Japanese guys who seem to be intent on rivaling Masaaki Endoh in creating Hot-Blooded recordings of the unlikeliest anime songs? And all this ON A YOUTUBE CHANNEL?
- "Reaping Beauty" by MC Lars, Beefy, Random and Tina Minero of small halo is a rap ballad of Bayonetta that describes the game and character perfectly while stil sounding great.
- Big Beat Mario, a YouTube Poop Music Video composed almost entirely out of Hotel Mario sound effects.
- Symphony of Science - We Are All Connected is a synthesized tribute to science. The synthesized singing is utterly inhuman but it sails past the Uncanny Valley and straight into cool.
- The WORLD singing "All You Need is Love" together. Moment of Awesome for community.
- Renard Queenston had quite a few of these, but the most popular had to be the two DnB songs he made (under the alias of Furries in a Blender) from the So Bad, It's Good Half-Life: Full Life Consequences.
- Practically Renard's whole back catalouge deserves to be on this page. To name just two more, This Place Will Grow (especially Good to Know You'll Be There) and Figurehead. The latter is difficult to describe, except that it's just utterly beatiful. The former is an free EP, composed almost entirely of samples, with this quote at the bottom of the page.
- And the entire f***ing Destination series.
dedicated to anybody that doesn't understand how sampling can be used to create something that is entirely one's own - the people that don't understand one's identity is gathered from their surroundings. scavengers are survivors.
- This rendition of the Transformers theme song is a thing of epic beauty.
- Snoop Dogg's "Drop It Like It's Hot", mixed with the theme from Bill Nye the Science Guy, the theme from Space Jam, and "Green Greens" from Kirby Super Star. A jumbled mess, right? Actually, it's pretty damn epic.
- What happens when you put together two pieces of Awesome Music in one remix? Well, sometimes the whole can be greater than the sum of the parts! This is Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" mixed with Stickerbush Symphony; a combination that at first sight sounds like they were just chosen for both being awesome, but the remix makes them complement each other perfectly.
- Ever wondered what Guns N' Roses would sound like performing with The Beatles? Here's your chance!
- YouTube user DeStorm, full stop. Pick a random video on his channel and it's bound to be this trope mixed in with a fair amount of Funny Music. His style is R&B/hip-hop beatboxing and he's probably best known for his epic remix of Pants on the Ground. In addition to remixes and covers of popular songs, he also has a series of 80s/90s cartoon and sitcom theme covers ("Soul Toons"), and does original songs based on challenges that people leave in his comments. As someone said in the comments of one of his videos, he has more talent in his pinky than half the people on Youtube in their entirety. And he's definitely One of Us, judging by his choice of subject matter and epic collection of superhero hats.
- Justin Bieber's song "U Smile". Wait a minute, how does Justin Bieber deserve to be on this list? Well, because of what happens when you slow his music down by 800%.
- A Very Potter Musical and Sequel... and anything ever associated with Team Starkid. "Status Quo" deserves special mention, though.
- The fan-made Jurassic Park Musical has several, especially Ian Malcolm's Chaos.
- Some of the songs from Auto-Tune the News are surprisingly awesome, as well as funny. For example, "Turtles" and "Didn't See It Coming." On the more serious front, they auto-tuned Martin Luther King Jr's last speech before his assassination. Thanks to King's already musical "fiery preacher" speaking style, the results were amazing.
- Somebody mashed up AC/DC's "Thunderstruck" with the Ghostbusters theme song. Behold: Thunderbusters.
- Recently the same person took two things that should not work in any part of the universe and made awesomeness!
- Behold: CARELESS REBEL
- While The 99 Rooms isn't a music-focused project, it does have two incredibly beautiful songs. The elegant harp piece that plays in Room 44 (where the girl is hanged), and the soft, low vocal piece in Room 93 that just makes you want to ask "Why is the angel crying?".
- Little Bees, for Goonswarm.
- When it comes to Internet remixes and media mash-ups, nobody does it like Kutiman. It started with Thru-You. This Is What It Became.
- Another mash-up master is murphy341, specializing in combining video game soundtracks with pop hits. Especially amazing is his tribute to Michael Jackson, combining "Man in the Mirror" with "Stickerbush Symphony".
- "Hello Windows" by Hige Driver, done entirely with sampled Windows XP sounds. And that's just the instrumental version. Wait until you hear the lyrical version by that, is, halyosy (sic).
- Tower of Heaven's truly epic 8-bit soundtrack. Verges on Tear Jerker later in the game. Find it here.
- BikdipOnABus with Bikdip Rage and Musical Moontage
- Ke$ha's "Tik Tok": the polka-metal edition. Doubles as Funny Moments.
- The YuYu as animated by Adam Phillips.
- Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir. Taking a Que perhaps from Kumikyoku Nico Nico Douga (listed above), this is him leading a mashup of 2000 singers across the world, who uploading videos of themselves singing the same song, which he mixed together. And it is awesome.
- This beautiful song comes from FurAffinity.
- For The Fear Mythos, the Troper Bound By The Moon has made some truly epic leitmotifs for each Fear. Listen and be amazed.
- Bronies make amazing music, whether it be remixes or original pieces. One such brony is Eurobeat Brony. Just listen to this song about the falling out of Luna and Celestia's relationship.
- A professionally trained violinist named Jason Yang made a cover of the theme to Game of Thrones that just sounds... Incredible. You ain't seen nothing yet - check out his cover of Skyrim.
- In fanfiction, it's hard to have good music, because of the default inability to sing, but in the Total Drama fanfic Candy For Your Thoughts? the written lyrics are really special, some manage to even get catchy, like the one that Izzy sings about shipping.
- Theramin Trees. Who knew that a Youtube atheist could have such good music?
- "Defcon Zero", a 16-bit videogame track composed by ParagonX9 of Newgrounds. One of the most popular songs on Newgrounds, with many remarks that it sounds like something inspired by the Sonic the Hedgehog (specifically Sonic and Knuckles for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive) and/or Mega Man series. It's also been used for at least 69 other Flash entries on Newgrounds.
- ParagonX9 has some other good tracks, such as Blue Sky (which has appeared in 54 Flash entries, including three of the Riddle School games).
- Waterflame's -Dark seaside- is the main theme of the fifth Riddle School game. The techno track is ominous yet adventurous-sounding, fitting the theme of the game perfectly.
- Cleod 9, creator of McLeodGaming, has composed these fantastic tracks:
- "Bits for Dinner", which seems fitting for the title screen music of an 8-bit game, as per the author's opinion.
- "Bits for Breakfast", a kind of sequel to "Bits for Dinner". A piece jam-packed with the vitamins and nutrients of musical awesomeness. Essentially, it could be described as the musical form of "breakfast of champions" incarnate.
- Super Smash Flash 2 might not have any original music (yet), but the music it does have is nothing short of awesome. Check out the Power Scale music used on the Planet Namek stage.
- I'm gonna do an Internet!.
- Mr. Trololol!
- Painis Cupcake's theme.
- Longcat's Song, courtesy of the Image Boards.
- The Anime Theme Song to Super Mario Bros. Z may not be original, but it goes well with the animation and does a good job of getting you pumped.
- Think The Gregory Brothers' Nascar Prayer song was awesome? Try listening to what happens when you merge it with a few different covers of the same song!
- The "Paraboss" song from the BBL Abridged movie. It's a parody of Tenacious D's "Beelzeboss" for extra awesome points.
- Webcomics are not known for their incredible music. Here, then, is the exception; "There's nowhere to HIDE, nowhere to RUN, your village will BURN LIKE THE HEART OF THE SUN!"
- From Rhett & Link: A fangirl can't handle the end of the Harry Potter films, and her vlog becomes the song Amazing.
- The Star Wars fan musical short "one season more"
- Anyone curious about the history of the USSR? Just ask: The man who arranges the blocks.
- Has anyone here ever wondered what Ahnold's films would sound like as musicals? Wonder no more: Jenny and Me (Commando), Crom! (Conan the Barbarian (1982)), The Mountains of Mars (Total Recall (1990)), To Kill Again (Terminator) and If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It (Predator). Note - all contain spoilers.
- Guitar Army.
- Dilbert 2 and 3 by Cboyardee.
- No, you are not hearing JAM Project's HERO - You are hearing JAM Project's HERO as sung entirely by one guy on the internet.
- Some songs on the Shadow Of Israphel series are pretty damn killer. In particular there's Decomissioned and Only Human.
- Made even more amazing when you consider the kid who wrote this music started when he was only 16.
- Skin made of iron, steel in our bones! Featuring Simon Lane on lead vocals, plus a choir with him, Hannah Rutherford, Kim Richards, Lewis Brindley, Sjin, Duncan Jones, Turpster, Ross and Trott; to top that off, most of it was composed by Sparkles* of Area 11 fame.
- Your dream burning like a rocket... inside! To top that off, this was composed and more or less done singlehandedly by Sparkles*.
- "The World Is Saved" is a song about video gaming. It is beautiful, and you will shed tears.
- Every acapella ever done by this guy.
- "I am a Millipede" from Charlie the Unicorn 4.
- YouTube user Andy Rehfeldt has an entire channel of songs that are awesome, funny, or both. He often takes popular songs and changes their genre. While his entire channel is great, two examples, Katy Perry's "Wide Awake" in the power metal style and Adele's Rolling in the Deep in jazz metal.
- This female cover of "Toxic Love" from FernGully: The Last Rainforest is a serious rival in awesome compared to Tim Curry.
- This guy takes already awesome songs and digitally changes the key from major to minor or from minor to major. here's "Hey Jude" made sadder, and here's "Another Brick In The Wall (Part Two)" sounding happier than it ever should.
- Have another one-man a cappella.
- Daft Punk and Skrillex are both awesome, and here's what happens when you put them together.
- Radiohead gone 8-bit.
- Scale of the Universe. This is a 4 minute rap song describing the differences in size between various physical objects and concepts, starting at the Planck Length and going all the way up to the entire observable universe, all using comparisons on a human level of understanding.
- Voyage To Eternity, a MOD by Big Jim, created in 1995 of all years!
- "Colours of Space Engine", from /v/:The Musical a parody of a song of Pocahontas that invites the viewer to forget all the problems with the industry and controversies and enjoy games for what they are. It's quite a Heartwarming Moment.
- Ladies and gentlemen... the hypothetical One-Punch Man anime theme song.
- In "Mail with Matt #6" by Matt Santoro, Matt sings part of "Ms. Jackson" by OutKast: "Ooh, I am for real! Never meant to make your daughter cry, I apologize...".
- Windrammer is one of few songs that pushed the limits of what MIDI music could do. Yes, the title for it is influenced by one of the emails in Cinemassacre Mailbag.
- Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf.
- "Christmas in Japan", a silly yet extremely catchy tune by Fatblueman.
- Hat Films make a lot of their music for their own projects, and some of it is spectacular.
- Ｇｏ Ｊｉｍｍｙ Ｊｉｍｍｙ or as said in the video, Jimbowave, memes aside, is a rather nice Vaporwave inspired remix of Aaron Carter's "Go Jimmy Jimmy".
- When most people think about how music is created, the first thing that comes to their mind is actual instruments and software. Who thought it was possible to create music using old computer hardware? This ranges from floppy drives, printers and scanners. Or even better, how about making music using pure electricity? The Telsa Coil allows that to happen, but it's advised you turn the volume down before viewing.
- From game streamer, voice actor, and nerdcore rapper/singer The Stupendium:
- Find The Keys, a creepy, catchy rap centered around Bendyandthe Ink Machine which will never leave your head.
- He put together a Hurricane of Puns song about Cup Head called Milk, Milk, Lemonade, which boasts having over 100 beverage puns hidden in the song. And it does. And it is glorious.
- His homage to Spider-Man (PS4), Pictures of Spider-Man. He really sells his J. Jonah Jameson impression, and as always loads the song with puns and in-jokes.
- And for a different flavour of awesome, the heart-breaking How The West Was One, set around the events of Red Dead Redemption 2.
- A Little Heart, meant to coincide with the release of Kingdom Hearts III, hits you right in the childhood, with a song that seems to be nothing but Disney references cleverly arranged into the lyrics, forming a heart-warming/heart-wrenching combination of You Are Not Alone and You Are Better Than You Think You Are.
- It Just Works is a song designed to take this piss out of Bethesda games and does so in a really catchy tune that wouldn't be out of place out of a musical.
- "Super Mario vs. Sonic the Hedgehog - Video Game Rap Battle", representing the greatest rivalry of video gaming with intensely epic synths (as emphasized by the instrumental version) and rather creative lyrics from each side.
- The surreal YouTuber Jack Stauber has a ton of songs to choose from, but Mona Lisa takes the cake. From Jack's excellent vocals to the strangely beautiful background music, this song is the meaning of "Short, but Sweet".
- "「Alice in N.Y.」Ver. XYZ", a bombastic cover of the original "Alice in N.Y.", replaces the mix of ten VOICALOIDs with a sensual all-boys utaite group and distinguishes itself by way of nqrse adding an original rap number right after the second chorus.
CHECK DA MIC, CHECK-CHECK DA MIC
From Fashion to Microphone, to snatch the prize
"Aim for the top" are for those who dare break their limits
This opportunity is too perfect, don't be shy
Stand on the stage, break the chains
+ The form now is the Runaway
Gone in the dark, Special Person A IN THE SHOW (Yeah!)
More and More media arrive creating mass disturbance
Every season launches a new type of makeup
Look everywhere to see high fashion accessories, the star gets more famous every time
"Is it street style?" ("Wrong! It's punk.")
Dress in a sense of attraction (Step by step in a glorious night)
Leaping into and creating a new experience that is beautiful as magic and breaks the limits