Genre: japanese rockabillyPlay genre
Japanese rockabilly is a subgenre of rock music that originated in Japan in the 1980s. It combines elements of traditional rockabilly with Japanese pop culture and fashion. The music is characterized by fast-paced guitar riffs, driving bass lines, and energetic drum beats. The lyrics often focus on themes of rebellion, youth culture, and social issues. The genre gained popularity in the 1990s and continues to have a dedicated following in Japan.