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How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord VA Yuu Serizawa is kawaii in new music video!!

How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Omega has been rocking the spring anime season with its opening theme “EVERYBODY EVERYBODY” performed by VA Yuu Serizawa (Shera L. Greenwood) with DJ KOO and rapper MOTSU. They are back again to get their kawaii on in the music video for the ending theme “YOU YOU YOU.” …

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Dragon Ball composer Shusuke Kikuchi passes away at 89.

Sad news rocks the world of anime today. Legendary Japanese composer Shunsuke Kikuchi has passed away at age 89. The Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (known as JASRAC) announced today that Kikuchi passed away on April 24 while undergoing treatment for aspiration pneumonia. He had retired from composing music in 2017 due to a …

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Anison singer LiSA celebrates 10 years with new mini album!!

Japanese songstress LiSA celebrates the tenth anniversary of her solo debut with a new mini album on the horizon, LADYBUG, which is set to release on May 19, 2021. A special anniversary website has also been launched which plans to have ten plans long with the album. LiSA released her first mini album, “Letters to …

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Nerdy House Music… Sake Bomb Party’s “Kanpai” Music Video!

Sake Bomb Party is here!!! The Team of DJ Awesomus Prime and Ray Riley tha Shinigami (J1 Sound Team and Heroes 4 Hire) has dropped their first music video called “Kanpai!” This hype video features many local faces, including Luna_Chibifox, MCKNUX, Tray Digga and more! Check out the video below!

Traditional J-Rock group WagakkiBand sinks their teeth into Mars Red opening theme!!

Hey, what’s up, J1sters! We are encroaching ever closer to the Spring premiere of the anime adaption of Mars Red, the stage reading by Bunj-O Fugisawa about vampires in the 1920s. Keeping with the time and theme, hybrid traditional J-Rock group WagakkiBand will be performing the opening theme “Aria of Life.” The group, so named …

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Franchouchou gets revenge in Zombie Land Saga Season 2 trailer – premieres April 2021!!

Get your glow sticks ready! The popular undead idol group Franchouchou is coming back! The official Twitter account for Zombie Land Saga released a new trailer for the upcoming next season and a key visual featuring everyone’s favorite lively unalive idol group. Zombie Land Saga REVENGE is set to premiere April 2021. 【お正月三が日 連続発表 第1弾①】 …

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LiSA’s new album to launch in October, first track feat. PABLO releases digitally September 9!!

How’s it going, J1 Fans! Looks like our favorite anison artist LiSA is still hard at work amidst this world health crisis. Her fifth full length album “LEO-NiNE” will be released October 14. Before the new album drops, she is giving her fans a little treat. The first track from the album, “play the world! …

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Pop duo GARNiDELiA covers LiSA’s hit “Demon Slayer” theme song!!

Hey there, anime fans! DevilDriver1313 here and have I got something awesome for you! What could be more awesome than LiSA’s hit single “Gurenge” tearing up the Japanese charts as the hottest trending single. Hearing an amazing cover by Japanese pop duo GARNiDELiA. Maria and Toto put their unique spin on the popular theme song …

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba song “Gurenge” hit one million download milestone!!

The “D” train is not slowing down anytime soon. LiSA’s 15th single “Gurenge”, the OP song for the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime, has surpassed one million downloads and has become the most popular song in Japan according to a report from the Radio Association Industry of Japan (RAIJ). The single was certified triple …

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba OP song takes #1 spot for two weeks again!!

The “Mugen Train” is not slowing down! LiSA’s 15th single, “Gurenge” tops Japanese digital Billboard Charts for two weeks in row for the second time with over 22,000 downloads. The first time this happened was in May 2019 where the song reigned at #1 for two consecutive weeks following its digital release on April 22, …

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