A lot of people have trouble with the fact that female J-Pop groups are usually huge. AKB48, one of the most popular groups there is, has over 60 members, not counting sister groups in other parts of the company that get switched in and out. E-girls, a group that debuted back in 2011, only has 27 right now, but that’s still a lot of girls to have on screen at once fighting for the spotlight. Does this group work when everyone is trying to be top idol or is it all too much?
Let’s listen to Highschool ♡ Love by E-girls.