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Pop Music / Suki tte Itte yo
Pop Music-RegA
Regular Edition A
Single by Juice=Juice
Native title ポップミュージック/好きって言ってよ
Released April 1, 2020
May 9, 2020 (Event V)
Genre J-Pop
Format CD, CD+DVD, digital download
Label hachama hachama
Juice=Juice Singles Chronology
Previous "Hitori de Ikiraresou" tte Sore tte Nee, Homete Iru no? / 25sai Eien Setsu 12th Single (2019)
Other Covers

Pop Music-RegB
Regular Edition B

Pop Music-LtdA
Limited Edition A

Pop Music-LtdB
Limited Edition B

Pop Music-LtdSP
Limited Edition SP

Pop Music-EventV
Event V

Pop Music / Suki tte Itte yo (ポップミュージック/好きって言ってよ; Pop Music / Tell Me You Like Me) is Juice=Juice's 13th single. It was released on April 1, 2020 in five editions: two regular and three limited. The first press of the two regular editions includes a random trading card of 9 kinds depending on the jacket (18 in total).[1]

"Pop Music" is a cover of the 2020 single by KAN. The B-side "Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin)" is a re-recorded version of the song from their first album First Squeeze!, featuring Miyamoto Karin's vocals.[1]

This is the debut single of members Kudo Yume and Matsunaga Riai, and the last single to feature Miyamoto Karin.

TracklistEdit

Juice=Juice - Pop Music (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Juice=Juice - Pop Music (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Juice=Juice - Suki tte Itte yo (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Juice=Juice - Suki tte Itte yo (MV) (Promotion Edit)

CDEdit

Regular Edition AEdit

  1. Pop Music (KAN cover)
  2. Suki tte Itte yo
  3. Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin)
  4. Borderline【Additional Track】
  5. Pop Music (Instrumental)
  6. Suki tte Itte yo (Instrumental)
  7. Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin) (Instrumental)
  8. Borderline (Instrumental)

Regular Edition BEdit

  1. Pop Music
  2. Suki tte Itte yo
  3. Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin)
  4. Va-Va-Voom【Additional Track】
  5. Pop Music (Instrumental)
  6. Suki tte Itte yo (Instrumental)
  7. Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin) (Instrumental)
  8. Va-Va-Voom (Instrumental)

Limited Editions A-SPEdit

  1. Pop Music
  2. Suki tte Itte yo
  3. Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin)
  4. Pop Music (Instrumental)
  5. Suki tte Itte yo (Instrumental)
  6. Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin) (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVDEdit

  1. Pop Music (Music Video)

Limited Edition B DVDEdit

  1. Suki tte Itte yo (Music Video)

Limited Edition SP DVDEdit

  1. Pop Music (Dance Shot Ver.)
  2. Suki tte Itte yo (Dance Shot Ver.)

Event VEdit

  1. Pop Music (Close-up Ver.)
  2. Suki tte Itte yo (Close-up Ver.)

Featured MembersEdit

JJ-March2020-Promo

Juice=Juice promoting "Pop Music"

JJ-PopMusic-Promo

Juice=Juice promoting "Pop Music"

JJ-SukitteItteyo-Promo

Juice=Juice promoting "Suki tte Itte yo"

Single InformationEdit

Pop Music
Suki tte Itte yo
Tsudzuiteiku STORY (Symphonic Version feat. Karin)
Borderline
Va-Va-Voom

PerformancesEdit

Concert PerformancesEdit

Borderline
Va-Va-Voom

Chart PositionsEdit

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Daily & Weekly Rankings
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 3
9,818
3
3,221
1
21,354
3
1,939
9 3
2,938
3 39,648
3
2,922
18 19 17 28 20 21 9 3,656
23 - - - - - - 45 332
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2020 March 11 39.648 [2]
2020 April 28 4.285 [3]

Total reported sales: 43,933

Weekly Combined Ranking
Week Rank Points
3 45,536

Total reported points: 45,536

Billboard Japan Top Single SalesEdit

Week Rank Sales Ref
2 56,176 [4]

Total reported sales: 56,176

Recochoku Music Video RankingsEdit

Song Daily Rank Weekly Rank Monthly Rank
Pop Music 3 8 TBA
Suki tte Itte yo 6 13 TBA

Other Chart RankingsEdit

Country Chart Highest
Position
Ref
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Billboard Japan Single Sales (First Three Days) 4
(15,302)
[5]

TriviaEdit

  • On March 14, 2020, Juice=Juice held Hello! Project's first internet autograph signing session through the website limista.[6]
  • All release events for the single held on or after April 1, 2020 were cancelled in consideration of a new policy established by the government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Instead, three internet autograph signing sessions were scheduled for April 1, 4, and 5.[7]
  • Juice=Juice held a Twitter campaign to promote the single, where 50 fans could win an original sticker through lottery. The application period was from March 23 to April 5, and users had to follow the official Juice=Juice Twitter account and respond to the announcement tweet with the hashtag "#JJからの贈り物". Winners will be notified through Twitter DMs on April 20, 2020, and the gift will be sent in early May 2020.[8]
  • To promote the single, Juice=Juice held a mini live with no audience on April 1 that was live streamed through YouTube.[9]
  • On April 1, UP-FRONT PROMOTION changed the single's jacket covers on the Hello! Project and UP-FRONT WORKS websites with fake covers of Inaba Manaka, Kudo Yume and Matsunaga Riai dressed with pigeon heads, taken from the "Pop Music" music video, as an April Fools Day prank.
April Fools Day Covers

ReferencesEdit

External LinksEdit

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