Hey! Say! JUMP

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Hey! Say! JUMP
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres J-POP
Years active 2007 (2007)–present
Labels J Storm
Website Hey! Say! JUMP
Members

Hey! Say! 7
Ryosuke Yamada
Yuto Nakajima
Yuri Chinen
Keito Okamoto

Hey! Say! BEST
Daiki Arioka
Kei Inoo
Yuya Takaki
Hikaru Yaotome
Kota Yabu
Past members Ryutaro Morimoto

Hey! Say! JUMP is a nine-member Japanese idol group under the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates. The name Hey! Say! refers to the fact that all the members were born in the Heisei period and JUMP is an acronym for Johnny's Ultra Music Power.[1] Like agency seniors Hikaru Genji and V6, the group is split into two subgroups: Hey! Say! BEST (Boys Excellent Select Team) and Hey! Say! 7 (not to be confused with the temporary group of the same name), which consist of the five oldest members and four youngest members respectively.

History[edit]

Early 2007: The Temporary Hey! Say! 7[edit]

Hey! Say! JUMP
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres Pop
Years active 2007 (2007)
Labels Johnny's Entertainment
Associated acts Hey!Say!7
Hey!Say!BEST
Members 9

During a KAT-TUN spring concert on April 3, 2007, Johnny's Juniors Yuya Takaki, Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen were named to be part of a new group called Hey! Say! 7. Initially, the temporary status of the group was unclear, worrying a lot of fans of Johnny Jr's group J.J. Express as it could mean that the group was splitting up and that Yuto Nakajima, Yuya Takaki and Daiki Arioka would permanently be in this group instead.

On June 16, 2007, it was announced that Hey! Say! 7 would release "Hey! Say!" as a single on August 1, 2007. While the A-side "Hey! Say!" was used as the second opening song for the anime Lovely Complex, the single's B-side "Bon Bon" was used as the second ending song for the same anime.[2] The single went on to sell 120,520 copies in its first week, making the group the youngest male group to top the Oricon singles chart.[3]

Late 2007: Debut of Hey! Say! JUMP[edit]

On September 24, 2007, Johnny & Associates announced the formation of Hey! Say! JUMP, the agency's largest group in history. The five members of Hey! Say! 7 were joined by Johnny's Jrs Kota Yabu, Kei Inoo, Hikaru Yaotome, Keito Okamoto and Ryutaro Morimoto, and the ten-member group was split into two subgroups of five based on age.[1] It was also announced that they would make their CD debut on November 14, 2007 with "Ultra Music Power", which was used as Japan's Volleyball World Cup Relay 2007 theme song.[4][5]

On December 22, 2007, Hey! Say! JUMP held their debut concert "Hey! Say! JUMP Debut & First Concert Ikinari! in Tokyo Dome". They became the youngest group ever to perform in Tokyo Dome with the average age of 15.7 years old.[6]

2008: Members Acting Activities[edit]

On April 30, they released their first ever concert DVD Hey! Say! JUMP Debut & First Concert Ikinari! in Tokyo Dome. The group released their second single Dreams Come True on May 21, which topped the Oricon Chart.[7] In July 2008 it was announced that the group's third new single "Your Seed" would be used as the image song for Japanese release of the animated film Kung-Fu Panda.[8] In October 2008, the group released their fourth single "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy", which was used as the theme song for the drama Scrap Teacher starring members Yamada, Nakajima, Arioka and Chinen.[9]

2009-2010: JUMP No. 1[edit]

Hey! Say! JUMP released their second DVD Concert Hey! Say! Jump-ing Tour '08-'09 on April 29, 2009.

On February 24, 2010, the group released their fifth single "Hitomi no Screen", which topped the Oricon weekly single charts with 202,000 copies.[10] Hey! Say! JUMP released their first album titled Jump No. 1 on July 7, 2010.

On December 15, 2010, the group released a new single with the name of "Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo)". It reached number one on the Oricon singles chart and sold 64,206 albums on its first day.

2011: Yan Yan JUMP, Morimoto's Suspension and The Smurfs[edit]

Hey! Say! JUMP and other Johnny's Juniors are currently starring in a new variety show called Yan Yan JUMP. The show started on April 16, 2011. It begins at 6:30 JST every Saturday. The name and theme of the show is based on Yan Yan Utau Studio, a program that aired roughly 20 years previously, featuring some of the senior Johnny's members.[11]

The group was surrounded by much controversy on June 28, 2011 after the photos of Morimoto smoking underage were leaked onto the Internet.[12] The following day, in response to the scandal, Johnny's Entertainment issued a statement of apology and planned to suspend Morimoto from all of his activities indefinitely.[13] Following the removal of Morimoto's profile from the official Johnny & Associates website, Johnny Kitagawa himself made an official announcement on the issue. He stated that Morimoto now has ambitions to focus on studying and denied any possibility of him returning soon.[14]

On June 29, 2011, the group released a new single with the name of "Over". It peaked at number one on the Oricon singles chart on its first day with 113,554 sales. This has made it Hey! Say! JUMP's highest selling single since 'Ultra Music Power' as their debut song back in 2007.

On September 21, 2011, they released their eighth single, "Magic Power".[15] This was their first solo without Morimoto, due to the aforementioned smoking scandal and suspension. "Magic Power" was used as the theme for the Japanese dub of the 3D movie "The Smurfs", in which members Yamada Ryosuke and Chinen Yuri provided the voices for Clumsy Smurf and Brainy Smurf respectively.

2012: International Activities: Asia Tour and "Jump World"[edit]

The group held their first Asian tour from March to June, with a series of concerts in Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan.[16][17] It was also announced that they will be releasing their first single of the year and ninth in all, on February 22, titled "Super Delicate".[18] It was reported that Morimoto will no longer take part on any Hey! Say! JUMP's activity as he wants to focus on his studies.[19]

On March 15, it was announced that Hong Kong leg tour would be postponed until May and that the Bangkok tour was cancelled respectively due to unknown reason.[20][21][22] On the 22nd, it was announced that a new musical called Johnny's World will be produced and directed by Johnny Kitagawa which would start its run at the Imperial Garden Theater during the months of November through December. Hey! Say! JUMP would be the main cast while 100 others would be making an appearance including Kis-My-Ft2, Sexy Zone, A.B.C-Z and Johnny's Jr.. Kamenashi Kazuya, Takizawa Hideaki and Domoto Koichi will be making guest appearance as well.[23]

On April 25, almost two years since the released of their first album Jump No. 1, the group announced that they will released their second album on June 6. The album is called Jump World and it contained their singles from "Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo)" onwards.[24]

Hey! Say! JUMP kicked off their first Asian tour at the Yokohama Arena on 3 May.[25]

At the end of 2012, it was announced that Yamada Ryosuke will be making his solo debut with the single "Mystery Virgin" on January 9, 2013. The song was first solicited to mainstream radio on November 30, 2012 and was available for digital download on December 26, 2012.

2013: The First JUMP to Thailand, “Thanksgiving Festival”, and Come On A My House[edit]

On March 3, JUMP had their first Fan Meeting Event in Thailand.

Members[edit]

Hey! Say! 7[edit]

Name
Date of birth
Birthplace
Blood type
Ryosuke Yamada (山田 涼介?) May 9, 1993 Tokyo, Japan B
Yuto Nakajima (中島裕翔?) August 10, 1993 Tokyo, Japan A
Yuri Chinen (知念侑李?) November 30, 1993 Shizuoka, Japan AB
Keito Okamoto ((岡本圭人?) April 1, 1993 Osaka, Japan A

Hey! Say! Best[edit]

Name
Date of birth
Birthplace
Blood type
Daiki Arioka (有岡 大貴?) April 15, 1991 Chiba, Japan B
Yuya Takaki (高木 雄也?) March 26, 1990 Osaka, Japan O
Kei Inoo (伊野尾 慧?) June 22, 1990 Saitama, Japan A
Hikaru Yaotome (八乙女 光?) December 2, 1990 Miyagi, Japan O
Kota Yabu (薮 宏太?) January 31, 1990 Kanagawa, Japan A

Past Member[edit]

  • Ryutaro Morimoto (森本 龍太郞 Morimoto Ryūtarō) Born April 6, 1995 (Suspended in 2011)


Discography[edit]

Group activities[edit]

Variety shows[edit]

  • Ya Ya Yah (Johnny's J)
  • Bakushō Hyappun Terebi Heisei Families (爆笑100分テレビ!平成ファミリーズ?) (Yamada, Nakajima, Morimoto)
  • Hi! Hey! Say! (Yabu, Yaotome)
  • Jikuukan Sedai Batoru Shōwa x Heisei Sho wa Hey! Say! (時空間☆世代バトル 昭和×平成 SHOWはHey! Say!?) (Yamada, Nakajima, Morimoto)
  • School Kakumei! (スクール革命!?) (Yamada, Yaotome, Chinen)
  • Shūmatsu YY Jumping (週末YY JUMPing?) (Yabu, Yaotome)
  • Shōnen Club (ザ少年倶楽部 Za Shōnen Kurabu?)
  • Yan Yan Jump (ヤンヤンJUMP (Yabu,Yaotome)

Radio[edit]

  • Monday~Friday—22:00~22:30-Hey!Say!7 Ultra Power (Hey!Say!7)
  • Starting 4/9~4/13–22:00~22:30-Hey!Say!7 Ultra Power (Yamada Ryosuke)

TV commercials[edit]

Hey!Say!7

  • Wii Sports
  • Lotte Ghana
  • Lotte Fruitio
  • Bourbon Jelly Series
  • Bourbon Almondrush

Hey!Say!Best

  • Ozack
  • Wii Sports

Hey!Say!JUMP

  • Wii Sports
  • Vermont Curry

Concerts[edit]

  • Johnny's Jr's Hey Say '07 in Yokohama Arena (September 24, 2007)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Debut & First Concert Ikinari! in Tokyo Dome (December 22, 2007)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Spring Concert 2008 (April 4, 2008 – May 6, 2008)
  • Johnny's Theater "Summary" 2008
  • Hey! Say! Jump-ing Tour '08-'09 (December 20, 2008 – January 5, 2009)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Spring Concert 2009 (March 21, 2009 – April 26, 2009)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Summer Concert 2009 (July 25, 2009 – August 27, 2009)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Winter Concert 2009–2010 (December 19, 2009 – January 6, 2010)
  • Hey! Say! 2010 TEN JUMP (April 2, 2010 – May 16, 2010)
  • Johnny's Theater "Summary" 2010
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Winter Concert 2010-2011 (December 25, 2010 - January 16, 2011)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP & Yuuki 100% Concert with NYC (April 10, 2011 - May 29, 2011)
  • Johnny's Theater "Summary" 2011 (August 7, 2011 - September 25, 2011)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP New Year Concert 2012 (January 2–7, 2012)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Asia First Tour 2012 (March 24, 2012 — June 24, 2012)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Zenkoku e JUMP Tour 2013 (April 13, 2013 - August 23, 2013)
  • Hey! Say! JUMP Concert 2014 (May 2014)

Books[edit]

  • Hey! Say! Jump Otakara Photo Book Vol.2 7seven Hen (July 2009)
  • Motto! Hey!Say!JUMP Cho Episode Book (June 2011)

Magazines[edit]

  • [2009.01.23] Myojo March 2009 (Feature)
  • [2009.03.06] duet 2009 April (Cover & Feature)
  • [2009.03.06] POTATO 2009 April (Cover & Feature)
  • [2009.03.19] Myojo 2009 May (Cover & Feature)
  • [2009.04.07] POTATO 2009 May (Feature)
  • [2009.04.23] Myojo 2009 June (Feature)
  • [2009.05.07] POTATO 2009 June (Feature)
  • [2009.05.07] duet 2009 June (Feature)
  • [2009.05.21] Myojo 2009 July (Feature)
  • [2009.05.23] Popolo 2009 July (Feature)
  • [2009.06.04] duet 2009 July (Feature)
  • [2009.06.21] Myojo 2009 August (Feature)
  • [2009.06.23] Popolo 2009 August (Feature)
  • [2009.07.07] POTATO 2009 August (Feature)
  • [2009.07.08] Wink Up 2009 August (Feature)
  • [2009.07.10] duet 2009 August (Feature)
  • [2009.07.21] Myojo 2009 September (Feature)
  • [2009.07.26] Popolo 2009 September (Feature)
  • [2009.08.07] POTATO 2009 September (Cover & Feature)
  • [2009.08.07] duet 2009 September (Feature)
  • [2009.08.22] Myojo 2009 October (Feature)
  • [2009.08.22] Popolo 2009 October (Feature)
  • [2009.09.07] Wink Up 2009 October (Feature)
  • [2009.09.07] POTATO 2009 October (Feature)
  • [2009.09.23] Myojo 2009 November (Feature)
  • [2009.09.23] Popolo 2009 November (Feature)
  • [2009.10.07] duet 2009 November (Feature)
  • [2009.10.07] Wink Up 2009 November (Feature)
  • [2009.10.07] POTATO 2009 November (Feature)
  • [2009.10.20] Popolo 2009 December (Feature)
  • [2009.10.21] Myojo December 2009 (Feature & Sticker)
  • [2009.11.06] duet 2009 December (Feature)
  • [2009.11.06] POTATO 2009 December (Feature)
  • [2009.11.20] Popolo 2010 January (Feature)
  • [2009.11.21] Myojo 2010 January (Cover & Feature)
  • [2009.12.06] Wink Up 2010 January (Feature)
  • [2009.12.06] POTATO 2010 January (Feature)
  • [2009.12.06] duet 2010 January (Cover & Feature)
  • [2009.12.21] Myojo 2010 February (Feature)
  • [2009.12.21] Popolo 2010 February (Feature)
  • [2009.12.24] Popuri 2010 February (Feature)
  • [2010.01.07] POTATO 2010 February (Feature)
  • [2010.01.07] duet 2010 February (Feature)
  • [2010.01.21] Myojo 2010 March (Feature)
  • [2010.01.21] Popolo 2010 March (Feature)
  • [2010.02.06] Wink Up 2010 March (Feature)
  • [2010.02.06] POTATO 2010 March (Feature)
  • [2010.02.06] duet 2010 March (Feature)
  • [2010.02.23] Myojo 2010 April (Feature)
  • [2010.02.23] Popolo 2010 April (Feature)
  • [2010.02.xx] Popuri 2010 April Issue Additional Volume (Feature)
  • [2010.03.xx] Popolo 2010 May Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.03.06] Wink Up 2010 April (Feature)
  • [2010.03.06] POTATO 2010 April (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.03.06] duet 2010 April (Feature)
  • [2010.03.21] Popolo 2010 May (Feature)
  • [2010.03.21] Myojo May 2010 (Feature)
  • [2010.04.07] duet 2010 May Issue (Feature & Pinup)
  • [2010.04.07] Wink Up 2010 May (Feature)
  • [2010.04.07] POTATO 2010 May Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.04.22] Myojo June 2010 (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.04.22] Popolo 2010 June Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.05.07] POTATO June 2010 (Feature)
  • [2010.05.07] duet June 2010 (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.05.07] Wink Up 2010 June (Feature)
  • [2010.05.22] Popolo 2010 July Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.05.22] Myojo 2010 July Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.06.07] duet 2010 July (Feature)
  • [2010.06.07] Wink Up 2010 July (Feature)
  • [2010.06.07] POTATO 2010 July (Feature)
  • [2010.06.10] ARENA 37 Degree 2010 July Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.06.23] Popolo August 2010 (Feature)
  • [2010.06.xx] Myojo 2010 August Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.07.07] Wink Up 2010 August (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.07.07] duet 2010 August Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.07.07] POTATO 2010 August (Feature)
  • [2010.07.23] Popolo 2010 September (Feature)
  • [2010.07.23] Myojo 2010 September Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.08.07] POTATO 2010 September Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.08.07] duet 2010 September (Feature)
  • [2010.08.07] Wink Up 2010 September (Feature)
  • [2010.08.23] Popolo 2010 October (Feature)
  • [2010.08.23] Myojo October 2010 (Feature)
  • [2010.08.xx] Hanako (Feature)
  • [2010.09.22] Popolo 2010 November (Feature)
  • [2010.09.22] Myojo 2010 November (Feature)
  • [2010.09.xx] duet October 2010 (Feature)
  • [2010.10.07] Wink up 2010 November Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.10.07] POTATO 2010 November (Feature)
  • [2010.10.07] Duet 2010 November Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.10.23] Popolo December 2010 Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.11.xx] POTATO 2010 December Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.11.xx] J Mania 114 (Feature)
  • [2010.11.22] Myojo 2011 January Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.11.xx] Popolo January 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.12.07] Duet 2011 January Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2010.12.xx] Wink up January 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.12.21] Myojo February 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.12.xx] Popolo February 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.01.07] Duet 2011 February Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.01.xx] POTATO February 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.01.07] Wink up February 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.01.07] POTATO 2011 February (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.01.22] Myojo March 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.01.22] Popolo March 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.02.07] Duet 2011 March Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.02.23] Popolo April 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.03.07] duet 2011 April (Feature)
  • [2011.03.xx] Duet 2011 April Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.03.xx] Popolo May 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.03.xx] Myojo May 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.04.xx] duet 2011 May Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.04.xx] Wink up 2011 May Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.04.xx] POTATO May 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.05.07] Wink up 2011 June Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.05.23] Popolo July 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.05.23] Myojo July 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.06.07] duet 2011 July Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.06.07] Wink up 2011 July Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.06.07] POTATO July 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.06.xx] ARENA37 Degree July 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.06.xx] Popolo August 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.07.07] duet August 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.07.07] Wink up August 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.07.07] POTATO August 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.07.23] Popolo September 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.07.23] Myojo September 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.07.xx] BEST STAGE September 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.08.xx] TV 1 Vol.2 (Feature)
  • [2011.08.06] duet September 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.08.xx] POTATO September 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.08.xx] CanCam October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.08.23] Popolo October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.08.23] Myojo October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.08.xx] LOOK at STAR! plus 2011 (Feature)
  • [2011.08.xx] BEST STAGE October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.09.xx] duet October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.09.07] Wink up October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.09.07] POTATO October 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.09.xx] Popolo November 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.09.xx] Myojo November 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.10.xx] POTATO November 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.10.xx] duet November 2011 Issue (Feature)
  • [2011.10.07] Wink Up 2011 November (Cover & Feature)
  • [2011.10.xx] Popolo December 2011 Issue (Feature)

Manga[edit]

  • Waiwai Hey! Say! JUMP 1 (June 2010)
  • Waiwai Hey! Say! JUMP 2 (April 2011)

Awards[edit]

Japan Gold Disc Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2008 Hey! Say! JUMP The Best 10 New Artists Won[26]
"Ultra Music Power" The Best 10 Singles Won[26]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Hey! Say! 7 to sing new "Lovely Complex" themes". Tokyograph. 2007-06-16. Retrieved 2010-07-08. 
  3. ^ "Oricon charts: Hey! Say! 7 youngest to reach #1". Tokyograph. 2007-08-06. Retrieved 2010-07-08. 
  4. ^ Johnny's Net Hey! Say! JUMP Debut Announcement
  5. ^ News article on Hey! Say! JUMP's debut in the Hochi Shimbun
  6. ^ "Hey!Say!最年少東京ドーム公演". NikkanSports. 23 December 2007. Retrieved 2007. 
  7. ^ "バレー女子北京行きを後押し!Hey!Say!JUMPが1位獲得". Oricon. Retrieved 27 May 2008. 
  8. ^ "Hey! Say! JUMP sings for "Kung Fu Panda"". Tokyograph. 2008-06-10. Retrieved 2010-07-08. 
  9. ^ "Yusuke Kamiji cast in "Scrap Teacher"". Tokyograph. 2008-08-14. Retrieved 2010-07-08. 
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  15. ^ http://www.j-storm.co.jp/heysayjump/disco/single/s_08.html
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  21. ^ "Hey! Say! JUMP ASIA FIRST TOUR 2012 IN HONG KONG Concert Postponed Notification". Hong Kong Ticketing. 
  22. ^ "Cancellation of Hey!Say!JUMP ASIA First Tour 2012 in Bangkok". Casper. 
  23. ^ "ジャニー喜多川社長「集大成」100人舞台記事を印刷する". nikkansports. Retrieved 24 March 2012. 
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  25. ^ "中国版ジャニーズ結成へ!現地で発掘". Daily Sports Online. Retrieved 4 May 2012. 
  26. ^ a b "The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Award 2008". RIAJ. Retrieved 2010-08-08. 

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