DEAN FUJIOKA Announces Live Stream Concert ‘Plan B’ On Christmas Eve

05.December.2020 | MUSIC

DEAN FUJIOKA is set to host his first-ever live stream concert ‘Plan B” on December 26, 2020.

DEAN FUJIOKA had to cancel his second Asia tour in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and so his live stream concert comes as the Plan B. Live stream shows have become popular recently and are looking to continue into 2021.


FUJIOKA has video director Spikey John on board for the stream. Additionally, members of FUJIOKA’s official fan club FamBam that buy fan club tickets will get to participate in an exclusive part of the show after the concert ends.

DEAN FUJIOKA’s stream will begin on December 26 at 18:00 (JST). This year has been a huge success for the singer, and 2021 will see him moving in a new direction, beginning with Plan B.


  • DEAN FUJIOKA Announces “Musical Transmute” Tour 2021

    14.June.2021 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA has announced his all-new “Music Transmute” tour which will take him across Japan in 2021.


    This is DEAN FUJIOKA’s first tour since his “Born To Make History” tour in 2019, and is sure to be highly anticipated amongst domestic fans after the cancellation of his Asia tour last year. The new tour will take him to 20 venues across 18 cities starting at Kawaguchi Comprehensive Cultural Center Lilia’s Main Hall on September 4, 2021.


    What surprise does DEAN have in store for fans this time, and how will his music transmute?


    Pre-sale tickets for fan club members opened on June 10. More details on the full tour schedule will be announced on his official website in the run up to the first show.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Releases ‘Plan B’ Music Video

    10.March.2021 | MUSIC

    In promotion of his new single Take Over, which dropped on Wednesday (March 10), DEAN FUJIOKA is holding a 24-hour live stream on the same day as the record’s release.


    The stream will begin at 18:30 (JST) and will air music videos before DEAN FUJIOKA appears to perform live at 20:00. He will of course perform his new single, talk about his first-ever picture book Famubamu, talk to fans through video call, and more.


    The singer-songwriter also released a music video for his song Plan B on YouTube which you can check out below.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Drops Trailer For New Single ‘Take Over’

    16.February.2021 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA has dropped a trailer for the First Press Limited Edition of his upcoming new single Take Over which is set for release on March 10, 2021.


    Copies of this edition include the title track Take Over which was debuted at DEAN FUJOKA’s first-ever live streamed performance “Plan B” held at the end of 2020 as well as a “Plan B Remix” version of his smash hit History Maker, the original version having been written as the opening theme for the anime series Yuri!!! On ICE. It also includes a live music video.


    But it doesn’t end there. First Press Limited Edition copies also include footage of the singer’s acoustic concert DEAN FUJIOKA FamBam Exclusive “#Acoustic,” a show that was originally scheduled to take place for fan club members in March 2020 but had to be cancelled and was held as a studio session instead. Fans can also look forward to watching a documentary and lyric video for DEAN FUJIOKA’s digital single Neo Dimension that was released last year.



    New SG “Take Over” First Press Trailer



    DEAN FUJIOKA “Take Over” Special Site

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Announces New Single ‘Take Over’ For March Release

    16.January.2021 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA has announced that his new single Take Over will drop on March 10, 2021. Despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, DEAN FUJIOKA has not let up when it comes to his music. He released his single Neo Dimension on August 19 last year, the date of his 40th birthday, and followed up with a string of releases across Asia, with a focus on the region of China. The singer-songwriter also streamed his first live concert, “Plan B,” on Boxing Day last year.

    First Press Limited Edition copies of DEAN FUJIOKA’s new single Take Over are coupled with a DVD featuring a live studio concert that the singer held in response to his FamBam Exclusive #Acoustic show being cancelled. It also includes the documentary Neo Dimension, a lyric music video, and more.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Releases New Song ‘Go The Distance’ and Animated Music Video

    27.October.2020 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA released his new single Go The Distance digitally on October 25, 2020 along with a promotional video on his official YouTube channel.

    The song was written by DEAN FUJIOKA for the Chinese real time mobile battle RPG Hidden World Records (隐世录). Two versions of the song are available, one in Japanese and one in Chinese, both sung by the Japanese singer-songwriter.


    The digital cover art was created by Japanese digital artist wataboku whose work has been showcased across Japan as well as in Shanghai, Jakarta, and elsewhere. The artwork captures the story of the song which sings of the distance between the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi in the Japanese festival known as Tanabata, also called the Star Festival.


    Check out both versions of the song below.


    DEAN FUJIOKA & 隐世录 – “Go The Distance – CH Ver.” (Official Promotion Video)


    DEAN FUJIOKA & 隐世录 – “Go The Distance – JP Ver.” (Official Promotion Video)

  • DEAN FUJIOKA to Premiere ‘Permanent Vacation’ Live Performance On YouTube

    18.August.2020 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA will drop his new song Neo Dimension tomorrow on August 19, 2020. A short clip of the song is currently available to listen to on the singer-songwriter’s YouTube channel until tomorrow.


    DEAN FUJIOKA is currently premiering live performances over the next four weeks on his YouTube channel. His next premiere will be of his performance of Permanent Vacation which will be posted today (August 18) at 20:00 (JST).


    DEAN FUJIOKA “Permanent Vacation” from Live 2017

    DEAN FUJIOKA will celebrate the release of his new single Neo Dimension tomorrow with a special YouTube stream. Details below.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Releases Audio & Cover Art for New Song ‘Neo Dimension’

    11.August.2020 | MUSIC

    A short clip of the audio from DEAN FUJIOKA’s upcoming new song Neo Dimension, which will be a digital exclusive, is now available to listen to on the singer-songwriter’s YouTube channel until August 18 before the song is officially released on August 19.


    The song was originally written in 2008 as a self-introduction and expression of DEAN FUJIOKA’s intention as an artist. It was first released as My Dimension back in November 2013 and was used as the main theme for the Japanese film I am ICHIHASHINeo Dimension is a new recording of the song, 12 years later, which breathes new life into the original.

    The digital single’s cover art features a photo taken by DEAN FUJIOKA himself at an airport. All of the flights are cancelled, except one which is listed as ‘New Gate’—a metaphor denoting DEAN’s embarking into the future, starting with the newly-recorded Neo Dimension.


    DEAN FUJIOKA – Neo Dimension Short Ver. (Official Audio)

    DEAN FUJIOKA is currently premiering live performances over the next four weeks on his YouTube channel. His next video will drop on August 13 at 20:00 (JST) and will be his performance of History Maker taken from his set at InterCycle 2016 held back in 2016 at Osaka-jo Hall.


    DEAN FUJIOKA “History Maker” Live from InterCycle 2016

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Announces Four Weeks Of YouTube Premiere Concert Footage

    06.August.2020 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA has announced that over the next 4 weeks he will premiere his live performance of My Dimension held at Osaka-jo Hall back in 2016 over on his official YouTube channel starting on August 6, 2020 at 20:00 (JST).

    DEAN FUJIOKA wrote My Dimension back in 2008, a song that would go on to be released for the first time in 2013 when it was used as the main theme for the Japanese film I Am Ichihashi: Journal of a Murderer which DEAN FUJIOKA also directed and starred in.


    The live performance footage to be premiered is taken from the artist’s concert DEAN FUJIOKA Special Live “InterCycle 2016”.


    DEAN FUJIOKA “My Dimension” Live from InterCycle 2016

    DEAN FUJIOKA will premiere more live performances over the next four weeks on his YouTube channel.


    The singer-songwriter is re-releasing My Dimension under the song title Neo Dimension on August 19 which breathes new life into the 12 year-old song with new lyrics.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Announces New Single ‘Neo Dimension’ and Releases New Artist Photo

    03.August.2020 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA has announced that his next single Neo Dimension, which will be released digitally only, will drop on August 19, 2020—the day of his 40th birthday. The singer-songwriter released a new photo in promotion of the new single.


    The song was originally written in 2008 as a self-introduction and expression of DEAN FUJIOKA’s intention as an artist. It was first released as My Dimension back in November 2013 and was used as the main theme for the Japanese film I am ICHIHASHI. Neo Dimension is a new recording of the song, 12 years later, which breathes new life into the original.


    DEAN knows no borders, travelling and being active around the world. He takes inspiration from the daily experiences he encounters and shapes it into music. For Neo Dimension, he has written in some new lyrics. The song shows his ability to continue evolving as an artist, one that is always looking to do something new, and so it can be called a completely new song to that of the original My Dimension.

    DEAN FUJIOKA is also holding two live streams on August 19 over on his official YouTube channel to celebrate the release: DEAN FUJIOKA「Neo Dimension」 YouTube Special 0819 and DEAN FUJIOKA「Neo Dimension」〜After Party〜, the latter of which is exclusive to members of the artist’s fan club FamBam. Fans will get to hear DEAN talk about the new track amongst other stuff on his birthday.


    The singer’s nationwide tour, which was set to begin this October and run into 2021, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But it’s not all sad news for fans, as DEAN FUJIOKA is planning to perform live in some other form in the near future. More information about this will be released at a later date.


    An official DEAN FUJIOKA Twitter staff account is also now open in addition to the singer’s personal account, so fans can follow that for future updates.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Lives Stream Acoustic Performance & 2020-2021 Tour Announced

    09.March.2020 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA had a series of acoustic live shows entitled DEAN FUJIOKA FamBam Exclusive “#Acoustic” penned in for members of his official fan club, which was originally set take place in mid-March, but due to the ongoing circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus, the six shows for Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka have been cancelled to ensure everyone’s safety and peace of mind.


    DEAN FUJIOKA and his staff decided to instead hold a live acoustic performance for everyone who was looking forward to the acoustic tour, and it took place yesterday in an at an unnamed studio.

    The set consisted of 7 songs specially arranged into acoustic versions, from his debut track My Dimension to his hit track Shellyーthe latter of which was used as the main theme song for the popular Japanese drama series Sherlock: Untold Stories which aired last year. FUJIOKA also spoke about his music to fans during the stream. At the end of the performance, the singer-songwriter announced that the tour merchandise for the cancelled tour will be put to purchase online, and that he will embark on a nationwide tour of Japan beginning this October.

    DEAN FUJIOKA promised fans, “Let’s meet in your hometowns this autumn!” The stream was over in what seemed like an instant, but people in the comments expressed how special of a performance it was. Fans are sure to be excited at the announcement of the new tour – check out the dates and venues below.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA to Celebrate ‘Shelly’ EP Release With Christmas Eve Live Stream

    10.December.2019 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA will release his new EP Shelly tomorrow, and to celebrate, the singer and actor has announced that he will hold a special Christmas Eve live stream entitled “Christmas Streaming Party 2019” on December 24, 2019.

    The live stream will take place simultaneously across various platforms including YouTube and the official LINE accounts of SSTV and A-Sketch. It will of course be free to view. FUJIOKA will discuss the writing and production of the EP as well as look back over his experiences in 2019.


    A campaign is also being held in Japan for 20 lucky fans who have purchased a copy of the Shelly to sign up and watch the Christmas Streaming Party in the place it will be streamed, with FUJIOKA in point-blank range. More details can be find on the special Shelly website. Applications close on December 16, 2019.


    Be sure to write in your calendars that you’ll be spending your Christmas Eve with DEAN FUJIOKA this year.

  • DEAN FUJIOKA’s ‘Sherlock’ Opening Theme ‘Searching For The Ghost’ Music Video Released

    28.November.2019 | MUSIC

    DEAN FUJIOKA is currently in the midst of a 3-month consecutive release cycle, with three singles to roll out over three months respectively. The first song is entitled Shellyーfor which the music video was released earlier this monthーwhich features as the main theme for the Fuji TV drama series Sherlock: Untold Stories.


    The second track Searching For The Ghost was released digitally on November 4, and today, the music video dropped on YouTube.

    The song serves as the opening theme for Sherlock: Untold Stories, a thrilling drama series inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle’s titular character. FUJIOKA plays the part of Shishio Homare, a crime consultant with an outstanding eye for observation and a genius pattern of thinking. Playing the part of Watson, known as Junichi Wakamiya in this series, is Takanori Iwata. Wakamiya is a psychiatrist who gets involved with Homare due to a certain case.


    The song has received praise for its dark sound and infectious melody. The music video, directed by Atsunori Toushi, keeps with this theme, with ‘ghost’ as a keyword, its mysterious visuals and FUJIOKA’s myriad of stylish looks.


    Atsunori Toushi released a comment explaining the music video: “There’s a room which is supposed to be empty, with no-one inside. You’re in an uncertain world in which question even your own existence. But after seeing a ‘ghost’ (a nightmare), you feel like you really are alive. It becomes a game of concentration, almost like Russian roulette. You feel like a ghost: did you in fact win and are alive, or did up end up in the gutter? Even if you were lucky enough to survive, you may still receive an unexpected visit from the ghost, like a scorpion sting.”