The K-Pop band Karate K-Dance.
The music video for their hit song “Karate Kid Now” has been viewed more than 4 million times.
So it seems the karate-playing Karate kid has gone from a trend to a hit with his music video.
The song has been watched over 4.4 million times and has been certified by the BBFC.
The BBFC said: The song “Karate Kid Now!” was certified by BMG as a K-pop music video in the UK on Thursday.
It has been seen more than 3.5 million times in the US and has made it to the top 50 most watched YouTube videos.
“We have been inundated with requests for more videos to celebrate the music of KarateKids, and this is another example of that,” said the BBF.
“It’s wonderful to see that karate has gained such a global audience through the internet and YouTube and that we are now able to offer a wide range of options for people to choose from.”
The song is based on the popular manga manga by Akira Toriyama, who also wrote the script.
The video was created in collaboration with a Kpop group called KarateKid.
KarateKIDS is currently touring the UK and Canada, playing in venues including venues like The Barbican, The Victoria and Albert Museum and The Barbary.
Karat Gold is the gold standard of karate and is used to fight crime and protect children.
The band has won the hearts of fans worldwide with their infectious pop and hip-hop music and their hits including “Let’s Get The Party Started” and “Let Me Make You Feel Good”.
Karat Kids has also sold out shows across the globe and is the most-watched group on YouTube.