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Weekly Music Video

Today's video is Love* Queen by Japanese girl group E-girls. It was uploaded to YouTube on 19th June.

There have been several changes to the band's line-up lately. Member Erie left at the end of last year, in March this year Miyuu (who is also a member of spin-off group Happiness) took a break due to a a knee injury, and in May, Dream (whose members Shizuka, Ami and Aya were also a part of E-girls) was disbanded and they are no longer a part of the main group. E-girls now consists of 11 members instead of 19 and they've been re-branded as E.G. Family, along with other groups including Happiness, Flower (whose members have also been part of E-girls), Dream Ami and DANCE EARTH PARTY. You can read more about the changes here:

E-girls latest EP is E.G. CRAZY which came out at the beginning of 2017. This month they also released the single Smile For Me which is available on a CD along with Love * Queen and two other songs, Tomorrow will be a good day and Piece of your heart. There's an instrumental of Love * Queen as well.


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