GLAY and JAY of ENHYPEN Release GLAY's 30 Year Anniversary Single 'whodunit'


Legendary Japanese rock band GLAY released their latest single ”whodunit” featuring JAY from K-pop group ENHYPEN.

The single continues GLAY’s much-anticipated 30th-anniversary activities. The celebrated Japanese rockers, who stand as one of the nation's best-selling artists of all time, continue to push themselves creatively via a collaboration with JAY, a member of the globally popular K-pop group ENHYPEN. For the song’s vocal recording, GLAY members TERU and TAKURO traveled to South Korea to work directly with JAY. At TAKURO's request, JAY also penned the lyrics for his vocal section.

JAY also appears in the music video for “whodunit,” now available on YouTube. Filmed entirely in South Korea, it captures an intense "vocalist clash" between TERU and JAY, as imagined by TAKURO. It also includes CG scenes inspired by the 30th-anniversary key visuals created by Eiichiro Oda, the esteemed creator of "ONE PIECE.” 


Hailing from the northern Japanese city of Hakodate, GLAY is a four-piece rock band that debuted in 1994 with their single “RAIN” and has been recognized as a leading act in the "Visual Kei" genre ever since. Renowned for their pioneering role in the Japanese Visual Kei scene, GLAY has accomplished many milestones, including a US tour in 2008 for their 20th anniversary and their first South Korean show in 2019 to mark their 25th anniversary. Earlier this year, the band had the honor of appearing as special guests the legendary British rock band QUEEN during their QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT concert in Sapporo.


Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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