Hey! Say! JUMP to Release New Single “Sing-along”

The 2021 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships will be held in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture October 18 – 24, followed by the 2021 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships October 27 – 31. The events will air on TV Asahi, and Hey! Say! JUMP‘s new single, “Sing-along”, will serve as the coverage theme song. The group’s Yuri Chinen will serve as a presenter for the events.

“Sing-along” is described as a mid-tempo cheer song with positive lyrics, and is set for release on November 24. The single will be released in three editions: CD+DVD / Blu-ray limited edition 1, CD+DVD / Blu-ray limited edition 2, and CD only regular edition. The B-side for limited edition 2, is “ASAP!”, which features lyrics and composition by Yuri and his groupmate Daiki Arioka. One of the B-sides for the regular edition is “Break The Wall”, which serves as the theme song for the WOWOW / Tokai TV drama “Junkyouju Takatsuki Akira no Suisatsu Season 2”, which stars group member Kei Inoo.

The music video for “Sing-along” has now been released! The dancing in the video was choreographed by Yuri. Check it out below, along with more infomation their new single!

Limited Edition 1


  1. Sing-along

Blu-ray / DVD
・Sing-along (Video Clip)
・Sing-along (Making of Video Clip)

Limited Edition 2


  1. Sing-along
  2. ASAP!

Blu-ray / DVD
・Sing-along (Video Clip (Dance-along Ver.))
・Sing-along (Video Clip (Go for it! Ver.))
・Sing-along (Short Video Clip Solo Edition
Ryosuke Yamada Ver. / Yuri Chinen Ver. / Yuto Nakajima Ver. / Daiki Arioka Ver. / Yuya Takaki Ver. / Kei Inoo Ver. / Hikaru Yaotome Ver. / Kota Yabu Ver.)
・Break The Wall (Video Clip)

Regular Edition

  1. Sing-along
  2. Break The Wall
  3. モノローグ (Monologue)
  4. ハロー・メロディ (Hello Melody)
  5. Sing-along (オリジナル・カラオケ) (Sing-along (Original Karaoke))
  6. Break The Wall (オリジナル・カラオケ) (Break The Wall (Original Karaoke))
  7. モノローグ (オリジナル・カラオケ) (Monologue (Original Karaoke))
  8. ハロー・メロディ (オリジナル・カラオケ) (Hello Melody (Original Karaoke))

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