Babymetal, the American band formed in 2010 by members of metalcore group Babymetal Japan, has been streaming live on YouTube since June 25.
The band’s live show is often the first to hit YouTube in an attempt to get the attention of new fans.
On Thursday, Babymetal’s video for “Babymetal Karate Dog” received more than 200,000 views.
The song is a cover of a Japanese karate song, “Mikagawa Ryuusei Doki Doki,” and features a character named “Kimi.”
Babymetal also debuted the song “Yoroshiku Kaze ni Koto” in December.
The band’s newest live video, “Karate Dog,” features a child dressed as a dog, but is also a cover.
The video features footage of a karate karate instructor performing the move, which involves a katana-wielding dog attacking an opponent.
In addition to its live videos, the band also hosts a monthly concert series called “Karaoke Karaoke” that features performances of Japanese pop songs and songs from the anime series Sword Art Online.
The videos are usually uploaded on YouTube and have garnered more than 15 million views in less than two months.
The group also hosts an anime series called Karate Boy.
The show premiered on July 14, and the show received more popular ratings than any anime in the series’ history.
Babymetal’s popularity has led to a number of merchandise items.
In January, the group launched a new website called Babymetal.tv that sells t-shirts, posters, stickers, posters with artwork of the group, and other merchandise.
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