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YOASOBI’s song ‘Yoru ni Kakeru’ receives Diamond Certification from RIAJ

On October 25, 2021 in Japan, the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) reported that the song “Yoru ni Kakeru“, Performed by the duo YOASOBI, has received the Diamond Certification having exceeded 500 million accumulated reproductions in streaming services. This is the first certification of its kind in history since the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) records began in April 2020.

Additionally, the song “Cry baby” from Official HiGE DANdism got the Platinum Certification by the same organization, having exceeded 100 million accumulated reproductions. This song was the opening theme of the anime adaptation of Tokyo Revengers.

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Unfortunately, the YouTube community reported the original music video for “Yoru ni Kakeru“, So the platform has listed it as” Restricted by Age “, which prevents it from being inserted in this note. On the other hand, the same musical interpretation uploaded to the YouTube project, THE FIRST TAKE, has already exceeded 114 million cumulative views.

Finally, YOASOBI released the single “Yoru ni Kakeru”On December 15, 2019, and the lyrics are based on the short novel by May Hoshino, Thanatos no yuuwaku, published on the Japanese portal Monogatary. The music video for the song was posted on the YouTube channel of Oh I know on November 16, 2019 and its watch count surpassed 20 million in seven months. Shortly after its release, the song topped the charts on Spotify and Line Music. On June 1, 2020, the song also topped the Billboard Japan Hot 100.

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Source: Musicman

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