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  • There ain't no place, ain't no place like you

    ♫ There ain't no place, ain't no place like you ♫

  • Action!

    Action!

  • We can count and clap.

    We can count and clap. 数えられるし、手も叩ける。

  • At the same time!

    At the same time! 同時にね!

  • So talented.

    So talented. すごい才能!

  • Hey guys, it's Chika!

    Hey guys, it's Chika!

  • You'll never guess who's on the channel today!

    You'll never guess who's on the channel today! 今日は信じられないゲストが来てます!

  • Although, they're right here

    Although, they're right here ここにいるから見えてると思いますがw

  • so you can see them...

    so you can see them... ここにいるから見えてると思いますがw

  • It's the Backstreet Boys!

    It's the Backstreet Boys! バックストリート・ボーイズです!

  • I have been the biggest fan for the longest time.

    I have been the biggest fan for the longest time. 昔から大ファンで

  • Everyone! You guys all know that!

    Everyone! You guys all know that! みなさん、知ってますよね!

  • I never would have thought

    I never would have thought まさかこんな日が来るとは。

  • that this day would come.

    that this day would come. まさかこんな日が来るとは。

  • ...Am I dreaming?

    ...Am I dreaming? これ夢?

  • Ah thank you.

    Ah thank you. ありがとう。

  • It's good to see you!

    It's good to see you! 会えて嬉しいよ!

  • Can somebody pinch me?

    Can somebody pinch me? 誰かつねってくれる?

  • Okay, yeah.

    Okay, yeah. はい!

  • It's real. They're here.

    It's real. They're here. 現実です!本当にいます!

  • The Backstreet Boys are here in Japan right now

    The Backstreet Boys are here in Japan right now 今BSBは日本で

  • and they're promoting their new album

    and they're promoting their new album アルバムのプロモーションしています。

  • that's coming out called DNA.

    that's coming out called DNA. 新しく発売されるDNAというアルバム。

  • I did a video a little while ago

    I did a video a little while ago 少し前に

  • sharing with you guys

    sharing with you guys 歌詞の解説動画をアップしたのですが

  • what the lyrics mean in the video.

    what the lyrics mean in the video. 歌詞の解説動画をアップしたのですが

  • So I hope you guys got to see that

    So I hope you guys got to see that 見てもらえましたか?

  • and now we're gonna do an interview.

    and now we're gonna do an interview. そして今日はインタビューです!

  • Cool.

    Cool. いいね。

  • Okay, let me breathe...

    Okay, let me breathe... ちょっと呼吸させてください。

  • You got this, you got this!

    You got this, you got this! 大丈夫!できるよ!

  • I'll give you guys some room.

    I'll give you guys some room. ちょっと狭いと思うので

  • I'll move over here.

    I'll move over here. こっちに移動しますね。

  • So you guys can squeeze in.

    So you guys can squeeze in. キュッと集まってください。

  • I've got a million subscribers

    I've got a million subscribers 100万人の登録者がいるのですが

  • on my YouTube channel.

    on my YouTube channel. 100万人の登録者がいるのですが

  • A lot of them are huge fans of you guys.

    A lot of them are huge fans of you guys. 多くの方はみなさんの大ファンです。

  • Everyone knows who the BSB are

    Everyone knows who the BSB are BSBのことは、みんな知ってます。

  • and your songs.

    and your songs. 曲のことも。

  • But I have a feeling that

    But I have a feeling that でも、一部の方々は

  • some of them may not know

    some of them may not know メンバーのことはあまり知らない気がして

  • each Backstreet Boy as much as they should.

    each Backstreet Boy as much as they should. メンバーのことはあまり知らない気がして

  • So I thought we could start off the video

    So I thought we could start off the video 今日は一人一人の紹介で始めたいなと。

  • with an introduction,

    with an introduction, 今日は一人一人の紹介で始めたいなと。

  • but rather than introducing yourselves,

    but rather than introducing yourselves, でも、自己紹介ではなく

  • I thought you could introduce one another.

    I thought you could introduce one another. お互いを紹介する形で。

  • So for example,

    So for example, 例えば、

  • if Howie could introduce Brian.

    if Howie could introduce Brian. HowieにBrianを紹介してもらって。

  • Let us know what kind of personality he has

    Let us know what kind of personality he has Brianの性格、そして

  • and what his role is in the group.

    and what his role is in the group. グループでの役割を教えてください。

  • Well, we've lasted this long.

    Well, we've lasted this long. これまで続いてきたからね。

  • We're getting to know how

    We're getting to know how お互いどのように思ってるかわかるね。

  • we think of each other.

    we think of each other. お互いどのように思ってるかわかるね。

  • This is Brian-san, ladies and gentlemen.

    This is Brian-san, ladies and gentlemen. みなさん、こちらはブラインさんです。

  • He is the a...

    He is the a... 彼は...

  • Like I always say

    Like I always say いつも言うのですが

  • he is like the boy next door

    he is like the boy next door 隣のお兄ちゃんみたいな感じです。

  • in the group.

    in the group. 隣のお兄ちゃんみたいな感じです。

  • He's like the all-american...

    He's like the all-american... ザ・アメリカンな感じで

  • He's definitely not the boy next door

    He's definitely not the boy next door 私の近所には、こんなお兄ちゃんいなかったw

  • in my neighborhood.

    in my neighborhood. 私の近所には、こんなお兄ちゃんいなかったw

  • He is great at sports.

    He is great at sports. 運動神経が良くて

  • He brings lot of comedy with his personality

    He brings lot of comedy with his personality 楽しい性格で笑いと

  • and his energy.

    and his energy. エネルギーを与えてくれる。

  • At the event last night,

    At the event last night, 昨日のイベントでも

  • you were goofing off the whole time.

    you were goofing off the whole time. ずっとふざけてたよね!

  • Oh, yeah! I like to have fun!

    Oh, yeah! I like to have fun! もちろん!楽しむのが好きだから!

  • He's got a lot of spunk.

    He's got a lot of spunk. 勢いがあるよね。

  • This is like a dating profile!

    This is like a dating profile! 出会い系のプロフィールみたい!

  • I want to do Kevin.

    I want to do Kevin. ケビンの紹介は僕がやりたい!

  • Kevin is...

    Kevin is... ケビンは...

  • we like to call him the older brother.

    we like to call him the older brother. 大きいお兄ちゃんと呼んでるんだ。

  • He analyzes a lot of things.

    He analyzes a lot of things. 色んなことを分析するタイプ。

  • He is highly intellectual, very sensitive

    He is highly intellectual, very sensitive とても知的で、非常に繊細。

  • which people might not necessarily know.

    which people might not necessarily know. あまり知られてないかもしれないけど

  • He is very sensitive.

    He is very sensitive. とても繊細なんだ。

  • He's our big brother.

    He's our big brother. 僕たちの兄貴。

  • and he cares about everything

    and he cares about everything 僕らの全てのことに関心を持ってくれる

  • that happens in our career and our lives.

    that happens in our career and our lives. 仕事のこともプライベートのことも。

  • That was a good one, Nick.

    That was a good one, Nick. ニック、上手いね。

  • I'm gonna do AJ's.

    I'm gonna do AJ's. 僕はA.J.をしようかな

  • Oh boy. Here we go.

    Oh boy. Here we go. あら、やっちゃうか。

  • My dating profile.

    My dating profile. 俺の出会い系プロフィールね。

  • This is A.J.-san.

    This is A.J.-san. こちらはA.J.さんです。

  • He probably has the biggest heart

    He probably has the biggest heart A.J.は一番優しいかな

  • out of any Backstreet Boy that sits here.

    out of any Backstreet Boy that sits here. ここに座っているメンバーの中で

  • I would say that.

    I would say that. そうだと思う。

  • The other three are like "...What?"

    The other three are like "...What?" 三人は、「え?!」ってなってません?w

  • Well, you know... they're heartless lol

    Well, you know... they're heartless lol まあだって、彼らは冷たいから 笑

  • He loves life.

    He loves life. 生き生きしていて

  • I'm gonna go out there and reach out

    I'm gonna go out there and reach out ちょっと言い過ぎに聞こえるかもだけど

  • and say that he is

    and say that he is ちょっと言い過ぎに聞こえるかもだけど

  • somewhat addicted to this lifestyle.

    somewhat addicted to this lifestyle. この生活が中毒になってるかも

  • I think in a good way.

    I think in a good way. 良い意味で。

  • He thirsts on being an entertainer.

    He thirsts on being an entertainer. エンターテインすること、

  • He thirsts on being a character,

    He thirsts on being a character, BSBのA.J.というキャラクターであること、

  • being AJ from the Backstreet Boys.

    being AJ from the Backstreet Boys. それに対してとてもハングリーなんだよね。

  • He's a great singer and great performer as well.

    He's a great singer and great performer as well. 歌手としてもパフォーマーとしても最高だ。

  • We used to know A.J. as the rebel.

    We used to know A.J. as the rebel. 昔は、ちょっと「ワル」なイメージでしたが、

  • Is that still there?

    Is that still there? 今でもそうですか?

  • Not as much anymore.

    Not as much anymore. もうそうでもないかな。

  • It's kind of more of a myth

    It's kind of more of a myth あれは神話みたいなもんかなw

  • It's a myth lol

    It's a myth lol 神話w

  • There's a great mystery!

    There's a great mystery that nobody knows! 誰も知らないミステリーがあるんだ!

  • Rebel in disguise.

    Rebel in disguise. ワルが変装してるのかな。

  • I think I'm gonna do Howie's.

    I think I'm gonna do Howie's. じゃ、俺がHowieを紹介しようかな。

  • Okay. Perfect.

    Howie is...

  • Howie is...

    I would also say has a very big heart Howieのハートもものすごく大きいよ。

  • I would also say has a very big heart

    and this is gonna come out wrong そして、勘違いされそうだけど

  • and this is gonna come out wrong

    but he also has a very big stomach. お腹も大きいんだ!

  • but he also has a very big stomach.

    He is a foodie. He likes to eat. 食通で。食べるのが大好き。

  • He is a foodie. He likes to eat.

    He likes to try different food 色んな国の食べ物を試すんだ。

  • He likes to try different food

    from different countries. 色んな国の食べ物を試すんだ。

  • from different countries.

    He is probably the most daring 新しい食べ物に関しては一番の冒険家。

  • He is probably the most daring

    when it comes to trying new things. 新しい食べ物に関しては一番の冒険家。

  • when it comes to trying new things.

    like he's had scorpion before... サソリも食べたことあるし。

  • like he's had scorpion before...

    all that kind of stuff. そういうのをね。

  • all that kind of stuff.

    ...which I will never do but 俺は絶対無理だけど。

  • ...which I will never do but

    hats off to you. すごいな〜と感心するよ。

  • hats off to you.

    New food that you found in Japan on this trip yet? 今回、日本で新たな発見はありましたか?

  • New food that you found in Japan on this trip yet?

    Last night, 昨日の夜、

  • Last night,

    I think we had one of my ultimate favorite dinners. 今までで一番のディナーを食べたかも。

  • I think we had one of my ultimate favorite dinners.

    Kevin and I had a chance to go out ケビンと一緒に、

  • Kevin and I had a chance to go out

    with some of the great people レコード会社の方々と、

  • with some of the great people

    from the label here that work at Sony. 出かけたんだけど

  • from the label here that work at Sony.

    They took us out to eat some Shabu Shabu 「しゃぶしゃぶ」と「すき焼き」を食べに

  • They took us out to eat some Shabu Shabu

    and Sukiyaki. 連れていってくれたんだ。

  • and Sukiyaki.

    Kevin and I were in heaven. もう天国だったよ。

  • Kevin and I were in heaven.

    With enough sake we were on cloud number nine. 日本酒も飲んで、超幸せだった。

  • With enough sake we were on cloud number nine.

    Howie also is a very very good family man, Howieはとてもいいお父さんと旦那さんで

  • Howie also is a very very good family man,

    father, and husband. Howieはとてもいいお父さんと旦那さんで

  • father, and husband.

    He loves to perform as well. パフォーマンスをするのも大好き。

  • He loves to perform as well.

    He's got an amazing voice. すごいいい声をしてて

  • He's got an amazing voice.

    I'm super envious of how high his voice is. 彼の声の高さには嫉妬しちゃうよ。

  • I'm super envious of how high his voice is.

    I have no falsetto. 俺は裏声を出せないから。

  • I have no falsetto.

    Mine comes out, sounds like four voices. 4つ別々の声が出てるようになっちゃう

  • Mine comes out, sounds like four voices.

    Howie is truly truly sweet D. 本当にスイートDだよ (昔からのあだな)

  • Howie is truly truly sweet D.

    He is one of the sweetest people こんな優しいやつなかなかいないよ。

  • He is one of the sweetest people

    you'll ever ever ever meet. こんな優しいやつなかなかいないよ。

  • you'll ever ever ever meet.

    and I've known him for probably the longest. 多分Howieとの付き合いが一番長いかな。

  • and I've known him for probably the longest.

    Almost 30 years. そろそろ30年。

  • Almost 30 years.

    Is he the original Backstreet Boy? 彼が最初のバックストリート・ボーイ?

  • Is he the original Backstreet Boy?

    That would be me. それは俺。

  • That would be me.

    Oh that's you. それはあなたなのね。

  • Oh that's you.

    But I'm the OG 俺が一人目のメンバーで

  • But I'm the OG

    He's the second original. 彼が二人目のメンバー。

  • He's the second original.

    Are you done? 終わった?

  • Are you done?

    I'm the last. 俺が最後だな。

  • I'm the last.

    Are you finished? 終わりましたか?

  • Are you finished?

    I'm gonna do Nick's. ニックの紹介は僕が。

  • I'm gonna do Nick's.

    Nick is also very intellectual. ニックも同じとても知的で

  • Nick is also very intellectual.

    He is a thinker. He is very creative. 思想家だ。想像力も優れいている。

  • He is a thinker. He is very creative.

    He loves to create all the time. 常に何かを作ってるよ。

  • He loves to create all the time.

    His mind is always thinking about creative things. いつも面白いことを考えているし

  • His mind is always thinking about creative things.

    What was the most recent thing you created 最近クリエイトしたのは何?

  • What was the most recent thing you created

    besides the album and the songs? アルバムとか曲以外に。

  • besides the album and the songs?

    and his son? あと息子以外?笑

  • and his son?

    Back home, I've been painting a little bit. 家では、絵画を描いたりしてるよ。

  • Back home, I've been painting a little bit.

    He is a good artist. 上手だよ。

  • He is a good artist.

    You know, it's funny because 面白いのは

  • You know, it's funny because

    I don't believe I'm a good artist at all. 自分では全然上手いと思わないし

  • I don't believe I'm a good artist at all.

    But that's not what it's about. そもそも、そういうことじゃないんだよね。

  • But that's not what it's about.

    It's about that moment of trying something 新しいことをやってみることが大事で

  • It's about that moment of trying something

    and if it looks good or if it sounds good. それが自分的にいいのかどうかで

  • and if it looks good or if it sounds good.

    That's what art is all about. それがアートだよね。

  • That's what art is all about.

    It's not about what other people think. 他の人がどう思うかとかじゃなくて。

  • It's not about what other people think.

    It's about how you feel when you're doing it. 作っている時に自分がどう感じるか。

  • It's about how you feel when you're doing it.

    Subjective. 主観的だからね。

  • Subjective.

    Exactly. その通り。

  • Exactly.

    Then a lot of times, people are like, そしたら、よくみんなが

  • Then a lot of times, people are like,

    "Oh I actually like your painting!" いい絵だね!と言ってくれたり

  • "Oh I actually like your painting!"

    I'm like" Really? " 本当に?って感じ。

  • I'm like" Really? "

    We are all extremely creative. 全員とてもクリエイティブだよ。

  • We are all extremely creative.

    That's why we're in the Backstreet Boys だからBSBにいるわけで、

  • That's why we're in the Backstreet Boys

    and why we work together. 一緒に仕事ができるんだ。

  • and why we work together.

    Because when we're together, みんなが集まると

  • Because when we're together,

    we create this force 色んなアイディアをぶつけ合えて

  • we create this force

    that we can bounce things off 色んなアイディアをぶつけ合えて

  • that we can bounce things off

    one another and we help each other. お互い助け合えるんだよね。

  • one another and we help each other.

    We are each other's ying and yang . 陰と陽のようにバランスが取れているんだ。

  • We are each other's ying and yang.

    He is very spontaneous on stage. ステージでは自発的に色々とチャレンジして

  • He is very spontaneous on stage.

    He is fearless on stage. 怖いもの知らずだ。

  • He is fearless on stage.

    He's got a great voice, 良い声をしてるし

  • He's got a great voice,

    He has relative pitch. 音の高さを識別できる才能も持ってるんだ。

  • He has relative pitch.

    It's in my DNA. 遺伝 (DNA)なんだ。

  • It's in my DNA.

    It's in his DNA. そう、DNAに入ってるんだって。

  • It's in his DNA.

    It really is. 本当にそうなんだよ。

  • It really is.

    He is a great dad and a great husband そして、素晴らしいお父さんと旦那だ。

  • He is a great dad and a great husband

    and I love him. 大好きだよ。

  • and I love him.

    Thanks, Dawg. ありがとう!

  • Thanks, Dawg.

    We can stay together for another 25 more years. あと25年一緒にいられそうだね。

  • We can stay together for another 25 more years.

    Yeah, it was good! うん、よかったよ!

  • Yeah, it was good!

    Could have gone south. まずい方向に行ってた可能性もあるよね。

  • Could have gone south.

    It could have went bad. まずい方向に。

  • It could have went bad.

    It's like renewing your vows kind of. 「誓いの更新」みたいだね。

  • It's like renewing your vows kind of.

    We're married essentially. 結婚してるようなもんだよね。

  • We're married essentially.

    This was my first wives... 僕の初めての奥さんたちだよ。

  • This was my first wives...

    all of these guys. 彼ら全員が。

  • all of these guys.

    You've been together 25 years and 25年間一緒に活動されて

  • You've been together 25 years and

    it's just incredible that you are nominated 今グラミーを取るなんて凄すぎます。

  • it's just incredible that you are nominated

    for a Grammy for "Don't Go Breaking My Heart". 今グラミーを取るなんて凄すぎます。

  • for a Grammy for "Don't Go Breaking My Heart".

    How does that feel? どんな気持ちですか?

  • How does that feel?

    It was a lovely surprise. 素敵すぎるサプライズだったよ。

  • It was a lovely surprise.

    It's our 8th nomination. 8回目のノミネーションなんだ。

  • It's our 8th nomination.

    Yeah, we were woken up early in the morning ある朝、沢山のメールやチャットで起こされて

  • Yeah, we were woken up early in the morning

    on our cell phones to emails and text messages ある朝、沢山のメールやチャットで起こされて

  • on our cell phones to emails and text messages

    from friends and family like, 友達や家族から

  • from friends and family like,

    "Oh we saw the announcement! Congratulations." 見たよ!おめでとう!!って。

  • "Oh we saw the announcement! Congratulations."

    We were blessed with an amazing song 素晴らしい曲に恵まれたよ。

  • We were blessed with an amazing song

    from Stuart Crichton. スチューワート・クライトン

  • from Stuart Crichton.

    He's a Scottish guy that スコットランド人の作曲家なんだけど

  • He's a Scottish guy that

    grew up listening to our music as well BSBの音楽で育って

  • grew up listening to our music as well

    was a fan of the BSB 僕たちのファンだったんだよね。

  • was a fan of the BSB

    and was kind of inspired by our Vegas show ラス・ベガスの公演にインスパイアされて

  • and was kind of inspired by our Vegas show

    and went back in the lab スタジオに戻って

  • and went back in the lab

    and specifically wrote "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"を書いてくれたんだ。

  • and specifically wrote "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"

    for what he felt like the BSB needed to be 2018年、2019年のBSBをイメージして。

  • for what he felt like the BSB needed to be

    in 2018 and 19. 2018年、2019年のBSBをイメージして。

  • in 2018 and 19.

    We unanimously chose that song 全員が、これが初シングルであるべき

  • We unanimously chose that song

    as the first single, と賛成したんだ。

  • as the first single,

    which doesn't normally happen all the time. 普段はそうすんなりいかないよ。

  • which doesn't normally happen all the time.

    You get all five guys that say "This is the song!" 5人全員が「この曲だ!」ってなることは。

  • You get all five guys that say "This is the song!"

    and it's been really the catalyst for the DNA album この曲がDNAを勢い付けてくれて

  • and it's been really the catalyst for the DNA album

    to basically set the bar for where the work このアルバム、そして僕たちの活動の

  • to basically set the bar for where the work

    and the records should be. 期待値を高く設定してくれた。

  • and the records should be.

    and the song should be. 期待値を高く設定してくれた。

  • and the song should be.

    So we're very excited and very surprised. ワクワクもしているし、びっくりもしている。

  • So we're very excited and very surprised .

    Thank the Academy as well グラミーにも感謝だね。

  • Thank the Academy as well

    for throwing our hats in the creek. 参戦させてくれて。

  • for throwing our hats in the creek.

    You are definitely keeping us fans busy. ファンも大忙しですよ。

  • You are definitely keeping us fans busy.

    TV appearances and radios... テレビやラジオ出演も沢山

  • TV appearances and radios...

    It's not that you ever went away BSBがいなくなった訳ではないんですけど

  • It's not that you ever went away

    and you know, we say the Backstreet is back 最近BSBが戻ってきた、と言うじゃないですか。

  • and you know, we say the Backstreet is back

    you guys have always been here. これまでもずっと活動されていたけど

  • you guys have always been here.

    But still it feels nostalgic, kind of. 昔のあの気持ちが蘇ってくる気がして。

  • But still it feels nostalgic, kind of.

    It brings me back to when I was in high school 高校生の時に

  • It brings me back to when I was in high school

    and like going back home 家に帰って

  • and like going back home

    and I had to press record on all these different TVs 複数のテレビで色々と録画して

  • and I had to press record on all these different TVs

    because you're on so many shows. 出演が多すぎて。

  • because you're on so many shows.

    It's kind of like that all over again for me. それをまた体験している感じです。

  • It's kind of like that all over again for me.

    It feels good for us. いい気分だよね。

  • It feels good for us.

    That's a good feeling. 気持ちいいよ。

  • That's a good feeling.

    To be creating music that is resonating ポップカルチャーに浸透する音楽を作れて

  • To be creating music that is resonating

    in popular culture. ポップカルチャーに浸透する音楽を作れて

  • in popular culture.

    Like you said, we've continued to make music 仰った通り、音楽は作り続けていたけど

  • Like you said, we've continued to make music

    and sometimes it resonates on a large scale. 大きなスケールで浸透することもあれば

  • and sometimes it resonates on a large scale.

    Sometimes it doesn't. しないこともある。

  • Sometimes it doesn't.

    But that's what happens when you have a career. それが音楽のキャリアを持つことだよ。

  • But that's what happens when you have a career.

    and that's what we've always wanted. 昔からそうありたいと思っていた。

  • and that's what we've always wanted.

    If you could go back and relive a day 25年間のキャリアを振り返って

  • If you could go back and relive a day

    in the last 25 years of your career, 1日だけもう一度体験できるとしたら

  • in the last 25 years of your career,

    what day would it be? どの日に戻りますか?

  • what day would it be?

    Like for me, 25 years down the road, 例えば、私だったら25年先に

  • Like for me, 25 years down the road,

    this would be the day I'd want to relive. この日をもう一度体験したいかと。

  • this would be the day I'd want to relive