What is a karaoke song?
Karaoke is a type of dance performed in which singers are asked to sing a song to themselves.
Karaokes were popularized in the early 1980s by Japanese pop band Kiss.
The Japanese pop star Kiyoshi Matsumoto wrote and sang the song “I Love You” in 1989 for the song’s first single, “A Little Piece of Me.”
The song has since been performed by K-pop artists such as Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and even Rihanna.
In 2014, the song was included on the soundtrack of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
The film’s second feature, A Christmas Carol, was released in 2014.
It tells the story of a young girl who goes to visit her grandmother at the end of a long, cold winter.
“I love this song because it tells a story of longing and loneliness,” Matsumura wrote.
“It’s a beautiful song.
It reminds me of a little girl I knew.”
The video for “I love You” was a hit in Japan and became the first Japanese song to make it onto the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
In addition to the video, “I LOVE YOU” has been performed in English by the likes of Bruno Mars and the American rock band Eagles of Death Metal.