Gwen’s New Mini-Music Video for ‘Kuu Kuu Harajuku’ (Updated)

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Surprise! Gwen debuted a brand new mini-music video promoting her upcoming executive produced animated series Kuu Kuu Harajuku, debuting next Monday, October 3, on Nickelodeon. She stars in a new video featuring an extended version of the series’ theme with clips from the show as well as popping bright backgrounds and emojis.

The clip was directed by Sophie Muller and Gwen’s fabulous team including Gregory Arlt, Danilo and RandM. Media outlets had shared a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot with Jamie Nelson back when the news broke of Kuu Kuu Harajuku making it’s domestic debut.

In a new interview with WWD, Gwen shared that the new animated series represents every thing she loves including “music, fashion, travel, self-expression, individuality.” The article also reports that sons Kingston and Zuma will make a cameo in the upcoming season as well as her dog.

It’s so super kawaii and we’re so excited to see Kuu Kuu Harajuku making a splash kicking off next Monday-Friday at 4:00PM ET/PT. After it’s first initial debut week, the series will then air at it’s regular syndicated time at 9:00AM every Saturday.

14 Replies to “Gwen’s New Mini-Music Video for ‘Kuu Kuu Harajuku’ (Updated)”

  1. i think you guys are missing the point here. this is marketed for children (which in my opinion all seem like they take speed). and its on Nickalodean!! thats huge! i think it has a lot of potential, and introduces Gwen to a whole new audience. i love love love love love it!

  2. I agree with Bob. This isn’t supposed to be for us, it’s for kids. I can already see little girls and boys all over the USA singing this song in front of the TV haha. This is a huge thing for Gwen. I can’t think of any other singer that had a cartoon show on Nickelodeon and a line of Mattell toys.

  3. I’m pretty sure we are all aware that this is for kids. That doesn’t mean I have to like it. She’s done other kids songs that are much better IMO.

  4. I would feel confident to submit we all agree that these outfits are MUCH improved over the tour outfits. What a disaster those were!

  5. Does this really count as “rapping”? I mean… there is no flow or whatever. It’s just her typical sing-talk lol. I guess it’s more like “toasting”?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.