Japan’s Doberman Infinity ties up with MVA


Japan hip-hop group Doberman Infinity premiere their new single “Lookin’ For” at the Marianas Visitors Authority’s media reception on March 2, 2018, in Tokyo. The group will help promote tourism to the Marianas through the official image song and a fan tour to the islands later this year. From left are MVA Japan in-country manager Takashi Ichura, Kubo-C, GS, P-Cho, Kazuki, MVA chair Gloria Cavanagh, and MVA managing director Christopher A. Concepcion. (MVA)

Japanese hip-hop group Doberman Infinity is tying up with the Marianas Visitors Authority to promote the Marianas.

The music group released the official image song “Lookin’ For” at the MVA’s media reception in Tokyo on March 2, held in conjunction with the tourism office’s annual series of Marianas seminars with travel trade representatives and media in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya.

“We’re super excited to be joining Doberman Infinity in launching this new song in Japan exclusively for the Marianas,” said MVA managing director Christopher A. Concepcion. “As we are sharing with travel trade partners during the Marianas Seminars, the Marianas is committed to the Japan market by reviving our image as a quality, hip destination and attracting a new generation of Japanese visitors.”

Over 120 media representatives attended the press conference and media reception. In addition to the song release, Doberman Infinity will have a familiarization tour to film a promotion video in the Marianas and plans to bring a fan tour to Saipan in the coming months. The new song will be included in the group’s third album scheduled to be released on April 18, 2018.

Doberman Infinity is represented by international management company LDH JAPAN and has five members: Kubo-C, GS, P-Cho, SWAY, and Kazuki. (MVA)

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