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YouTube Channel Streams Eurobeat with Initial D Footage 24/7

YouTube Channel Streams Eurobeat with Initial D Footage 24/7If you’re in the mood for some non-stop Eurobeat (and c’mon, who isn’t, really), you’re in luck. There’s a new YouTube channel that features 24/7 Eurobeat alongside footage from Initial D. Because, y’know, of course.

The channel is called HI-BPM STUDIO, and it appears to come courtesy Avex, the Japanese label best known for this kind of stuff.

For many Japanese (and western) viewers, Initial D served as their introduction to this uplifting, energetic style of music from, well, Europe (Italy, specifically). I could go on about Initial D, Eurobeat and their dual influence on suburban kids all over the US, but, well, we already did that a couple years ago.

Anyway: if you’re looking for the perfect YouTube channel to give you some genki while studying or working, look no further. RUNNING IN THE 90S FOREVER.

Source: Natalie

Matt Schley

Matt Schley (rhymes with "guy") lives in Tokyo, and has been OUSA's "man in Japan" since 2012. He's also written about anime and Japanese film for the Japan Times, Screen Daily and more.