Look At These Incredible Genki Sudo “World Order” Synchronized Music Videos!

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Heads Up, It’s Genki Sudo And His World Order!

Chalk up another GREAT day for the internet! In most cases, you will NEVER see music videos from other countries, different cultures…but lucky for us, I came across one of the greatest, most colorful music videos EVER!

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Just when you think you’re done celebrating the magic of Tokyo, along comes Genki Sudo and his music/dance group World Order!

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Using the colorful streets of Tokyo as their synchronized set, the J-pop music group World Order, led by Genki Sudo, take you on a tour of the most exciting city on earth!

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The Incredible Genki Sudo!

Genki Sudo is a Japanese singer, composer, choreographer, actor and author! Oh, and he’s a legendary MMA Fighter as well!

Sudo is also the lead vocalist, producer and director of the music group World Order, who are known for their techno music style and highly synchronised robotic choreography.

Genki Sudo music group World Order

Introducing World Order!

Here now is some of the amazing work being done by Genki Sudo and World Order. And I mentioned earlier: IT’S SYNCHRONIZED DANCING THROUGH THE STREETS OF TOKYO!

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It’s an amazingly fun music video that takes a colorful trip through Tokyo, where they meet, among many others, Tokyo’s colorful Cosplay maids:

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Check Out Their Music Video “Have A Nice Day!”

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Need More Genki Sudo?

Well, I have it for you! Here is another of their amazing videos, “Welcome To Tokyo!”

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I am such a huge fan of this group – really incredible!

And there is more than that for you to enjoy!

My son explored Tokyo’s famous “Golden Gai” district – where there are more than 200 bars in just a three block radius – and he met a young bartender – so we all went back to see him:

It turns out he is also a Musician, and so he performed for us!

It’s all art of the magic of Tokyo – if you click here you can see some of the most magical experiences we had there:

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  1. I think this is so interesting, John. I don’t often get a peak at music videos from the Far East and don’t really know much about Japan at all.

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  2. I like their tightly synchronized moves…but I think the R&B groups back in the ‘olden’ days really had it nailed.

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  3. Wow,wow, wow. Can’t stop watching

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  4. They are quite organized and disciplined. But, does he truly understand who Che was?

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  5. Wow…just awesome, John they are like robots that must take such concentration and control….Fascinating to watch …

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  6. Incredible! This is my introduction to this group. I am mesmerized by these videos and in awe of the amount of synchronicity they require. I’ve never been much into MMA, but I’m fascinated by this guy. Do you know if he’s still actively fighting?

    When I first started watching, I immediately thought, “boy band,” though these guys are a bit older than the usual profile of American boy bands. Great share, John!

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  7. Those synchronised videos are very entertaining, John. I remember one or two you posted about previously, and enjoyed these as well.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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