Aina the End of BiSH owns the place in “TO THE END” MV

Founding BiSH member Aina the End teamed up with TeddyLoid for the 4th volume of his “SILENT PLANET 2” mini-album series, out starting March 17. Both were eager to work with each other, the former – ever since she heard “Break’em all”, a TeddyLoid track featuring KOHH, the latter – since he went to BiSH’s gig. One of the two songs born out of their collaboration is the hard-hitting “TO THE END” that got two music videos, the lute edition and the Black & Chrome edition.

Regardless of the version (the only difference is color and subtitles for the Black & Chrome one), Aina is having the time of her life with TeddyLoid occasionally showing up for a couple of seconds. According to Aina, it was the first time when she had to work with an actual choreographer and it made her feel nervous at first.

Watch the MVs and don’t miss out on the information regarding the mini-album under the jump.

Aina is not the only addition to “SILENT PLALEN 2 vol.4” as K Dub Shine, a veteran hip-hop artist, is featured on the second original track off the EP. He was brief about his involvement, comparing the new generation to a dangerous chemical reaction.

“SILENT PLANET 2 EP vol.4” Track List

  1. TO THE END feat. Aina the End(BiSH)
  2. SHOUT IT OUT feat. Aina the End(BiSH)& K Dub Shine
  3. SHOUT IT OUT feat. Aina the End(BiSH)& K Dub Shine (Remix)
  4. MONSTERS(TeddyLoid Remix)

Via: natalie

  • Comments

    • Alex

      Dude needs to stop butchering every artist he collaborates with. Why would someone use a vocoder with Aina’s voice is beyond me.

      Nothing new though, really. “Silent Planet” is one of the worst Japanese records of the last few years, and had the same problem: he just can’t valorize and adapt to the artist’s talent. Plus his songs sound like he’s stuck in a time capsule from 2011. His only advantage is that he’s got the right connection with the right artists. Other than that, he’s just an overrated waste of time to me.