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Yatta is a 2001 song by a Japanese comedy band called Happa-tai; literally "Leaf Squad" in Japanese, though they called themselves "Green Leaves" in English. The video features its members singing in a mixture of Japanese and English, and dancing while wearing only underwear with a large green leaf on the front. The word yatta literally means "We did it" but an equivalent exclamation in English might be "All right!" The song is in the style of an upbeat, motivational pop song, mimicking the style of Japanese corporate anthems, and the six band members' synchronized dancing and personalized poses for the camera parody the boy band craze. On April 18, 2001, the Yatta! single was released under the Pony Canyon label in Japan. It surprisingly hit #6 in the charts, and went triple-platinum in Japan within a number of weeks. You have to admit, this is one catchy song! Be sure to check out our other cool Asian videos.

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