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'Vegetable' is successor to hit song 'Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen'

Two years ago, Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP) was the video watched most on YouTube in the Netherlands. Justin Bieber tweeted about the song, calling it his favourite video on the internet. The song now has a successor: Vegetable. “After apples and pineapples, vegetable names were the only direction I could go in,” Japanese comedian Pikotaro told website Sora News 24.

The video for Vegetable, which features Japanese girl group Momoiro Clover Z dancing with Pikotaro, strongly resembles PPAP. The number of views on YouTube isn’t skyrocketing yet, the single is released mid-March.


Publication date: 2/26/2018

 


 

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