Fresh off the single "Mr. Snowman", E-girls have released their latest video for the song "Move It! -Dream & E-girls TIME-". The dance-friendly, pop supergroup's latest single features the group "Dream" which, besides being one of the many groups within the E-girls collective, has been active in the Japanese pop scene for well over a decade. Their latest infectious song and video may focus on Dream, but the other girls in good form too and their dancing skills are on the forefront just as much as Dream are. The video bears the typical Avex attention to quality and has the high production values one has come to associate with E-girls. Expect lots of sets pieces and some visually appealing locales. The song, complete with catchy hooks, an infectious beat and some nice rap breaks, will immediately catch you attention from it's rhythmic opening, so do yourself a favor and check out the video!
Dream, as a pop group, has had a long varied history. Originally formed as a trio in 2000 with the last original member leaving in 2010. During that time, and beyond, Dream went through more changes than just new members. They also changed their name to "DRM". Following several years as "DRM" Dream was renamed in 2008 and today stands as a four-member girl group consisting of Erie Abe, Aya Takamoto, Ami Nakashima and Shizuka Nishida.
E-girls (Exile Girls Unit) is a pop unit under Rhythm Zone that is made up other Avex groups Dream, Happiness, Flower, Bunny and EGD. Their third album, "E.G. Time" will be released on New Year's day 2015.
E-girls Official Site: e-girls-ldh.jp
Dream Official Site: dream-ldh.jp/