The official upload of Jujutsu Kaisen’s OST video has surpassed 100 million views in less than 5 months. That’s right, the original song video “Kaikai Kitan” by Eve exceeded 100 million views!
Also, Kaikai Kitan is the Japanese singer Eve’s first sing to surpass 100 million. Fans of Jujutsu Kaisen are not taken by surprise as the track deserved to be a hit.
Jujutsu Kaisen’s OST “Kaikai Kitan” by Eve
Jujutsu Kaisen’s OST Kakai Kitan serves as the first opening theme for the anime series. The song was released on music streaming services on 3 October 2020. Also, the same day the anime premiered.
Furthermore, the popular OST Kakai Kitan surpassed 100 million views just after 22 weeks in the charts. The Japanese singer Eve comes as the 5th fastest male solo artist to reach this milestone.
Following are the Yuri’s ‘Dry Flower,’ Eito’s ‘Kousui,’ Masaki Suda’s ‘Niji,’ and Kenshi Yonezu’s ‘Kanden.’ This is a huge achievement considering Eve is an artist who has never shown his face and works entirely online.
Visual & Sound Effects
How the visuals are a mixture of creepiness, mysterious as well as flashy. You get a melancholy feeling that Eve presented in the chorus. The entire chorus is painting that picture.
Then at the same time, the verses and the bridge give you an exploration, courageous feeling. Together with the effect that Eve presented in the very beginning is some kind of bass effect.
He also applied a distorted bass effect to his vocals which is epic! Not to mention, in the second chorus, the whole arc is trippy.
About The Singer: Eve
Eve, aka Keitira and Kurowa is an utaite known for his very distinctive thin, boyish voice. Despite being slightly nasal in tone, his voice is very gentle and nice-flowing. His voice is usually described as being shota-like or cute, which is heard clearly in Jujutsu Kaisen’s OST Kaikai Kitan.
However, he can also sing in a more uncharacteristically rough manner, as seen in parts of his covers. Aside from covering songs, he himself is one of the lead singers for the former Japanese indie band ‘Einie.’ He also composes songs and writes lyrics for the band.
The Japanese Singer Eve’s Works
Eve began his journey into music by posting covers of “Vocaloid songs” on video-sharing sites. It was the release of his album “Bunka,” which means “Culture” in December 2017. The album launched his name into the widespread conversation.
As his first work as a songwriter, aspects of Eve’s unique style lead to the delicate inner nature of “Bunka,” creating a work in which reality and illusion mirror one another.
His animated music videos play a major role in attracting potential listeners. “Otogi” is the latest result of Eve’s continuous efforts. Jujutsu Kaisen’s Kaikai Kitan is the fourth digital single by Eve. It was released on 3 October 2020.
Eve is the creator of the ongoing manga Kara no Kioku, featuring a few characters from his MVs such as Tobi, Noppo, and Hitotsume. Also, he is the composer, writer, and creator of Jujutsu Kaisen’s OST Kaikai Kitan.
Jujutsu Kaisen Anime Series
The story revolves around a high-school boy Yuji Itadori who swallows a demon’s finger in the attempt of saving his friends. Later, he learns that the finger belongs to Sakuna, the king of curses. Moreover, the Jujutsu sorcerers want to execute him for the danger he poses. You can watch the show on Crunchyroll or Funimation.
Jujutsu Kaisen has a unique theme driving its story and explored profoundly through the actions and ideologies of its characters. It’s impossible for everyone to live peacefully and for there to be no negativity in this world. As long as there exists good, there must exist evil!
On 27 March 2021, Jujutsu Kaisen completed its first season with a total of 24 episodes. The Mappa Studio recently announced confirming to premiere a movie in the future before airing a new season. The movie is likely to premiere in 2022 consisting of a prequel of Season 1.
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