Rapper DAOKO and producer TeddyLoid are back together in a new CM titled “Kirai, demo, suki” for HAL, a Japanese specialized college for learning about digital studies such as videogames, animation, music, robotics and web designs. The 15s CM doesn’t leave much time for music and the song is credited just as “TeddyLoid x DAOKO”, but it’s probable that it ends up being a full track. This is the second time DAOKO and TeddyLoid work together, being “ME!ME!ME!” their first collaboration. The CM has been supervised and directed by Hibiki Yoshizaki, known for being monitor graphics director in “Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo” and director of both “ME!ME!ME!” and its sequel, “GIRL”. Check it out after the jump!
Thanks No9 for pointing out wrongly credited info.