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Top 5 Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Music Videos!

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Kyary Pamyu Pamyu burst onto our screens in the summer of 2011 with her debut single PONPONPON, which not only gained popularity in Japan but also globally earning her fans across the world! Her happy go lucky catchy music and crazy colourful cute visuals were a sure fire hit, and many more catchy songs and fantastic videos followed! We chose our favourite 5 here at YumeTwins to share with you guys!

Tsukematsukeru – Dec 2011

A colourful song about false eyelashes, it even has dancing lions!! What's not to love?

CANDY CANDY – Mar 2012

A video reminiscent of many magical girl anime, it's no wonder CANDY CANDY was such a hit!

Fashion Monster – Sep 2012

Kyary came out with this hit in 2012 right in time for Halloween, and it definitely has a different atmosphere to the previous to videos we chose! Kawaii Addams family anyone?

Mottai Nightland – Oct 2013

The next video we chose comes a year later, and is kind of a mix of the first 3 we chose!

Kira Kira Killer – Jun 2014

Unlike Kyary's other videos, Kira Kira Killer has more of a monochrome colour scheme with a few bright colours scattered through! Again another video with a magical girl feel to it!

Bonus! Here's an awesome J Rock/Visual Kei style cover of Kyary's debut single PONPONPON by artist Machigerita!

What did you think of our choices? Do you enjoy these music videos too? Are there any you think we should've included instead? Let us know in the comments!

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