Watch Japanese Singer Nissy's New 'The Eternal Live' Video, Shot in New York

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<a href="/music/aaa">AAA</a> member Takahiro Nishijima aka <a href="/music/nissy">"Nissy"</a> released a new song, "The Eternal Live," from his upcoming second solo album, HOCUS POCUS 2.  

The music video for the aggressive dance number features the AAA (pronounced "triple A") singer strutting through the streets of New York, flaunting 24 different outfits ranging from casual to classy, proving he can throw on any garment and make it look snazzy -- furry hoodie, anyone?

"The Eternal Live" comes on the heels of the first release from the album, "Don't Let Me Go," a mid-tempo ballad that showcases his vocal prowess. The video for this song was also shot New York, albeit on the rolling hillside outside the city. The two contrasting songs and visuals give fans a taste of what's to come when the album drops on Christmas Eve.

Nissy will embark on a domestic solo tour next February, performing 14 shows in seven cities around the country. 

Watch the video for "The Eternal Live" here:
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And, the "Don't Let Me Go" music video here:
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