World Order's New Music Video Features AKB48
posted on by Chris Nishijima
Japanese pop techno band World Order posted the official music video for their latest hit single "Have A Nice Day" on their YouTube channel. Set in Akihabara, the music video features the performance group going about a number of popular activities, such as eating at a maid cafe, purchasing goods from gashapon machines, and playing at an arcade. The music video prominently ends with the group at an AKB48 concert amidst a crowd of adoring fans waving glow sticks.
The same day as the official video's release, another collaborative version of "Have A Nice Day" was posted online. This special commercial was put together by World Order in conjunction with Visa to advertise their Visa Debit Card service.
World Order is led by the multi-talented Genki Sudo, who on top of being a dance performer is an actor, singer, author retired mixed martial artist and kickboxer. Notably, he played Banjin Inui in the 2012 live action Rurouni Kenshin film. World Order also released a special music video last year titled "Welcome to Tokyo" to celebrate Japan's successful bid on the 2020 Summer Olympics.
For more information on the robotic stylings of World Order, you can check them out on their official website.