It’s been a whirlwind year in the Japanese music industry. Influential singer/songwriter Utada Hikaru released her first album in eight years; Boom Boom Satellites released their final (gorgeous) record before the passing away of vocalist Kawashima Michiyuki; iconic boy band SMAP disbanded after a run of nearly three decades; and BABYMETAL took one step closer to world domination when they opened for Red Hot Chili Peppers on their UK tour. 1.922 altre parole
Tag » J-Pop
Since Utada Hikaru’s classic comeback Fantome hit the shelves in October 2016, the entire J-pop world (crap, even the Western world was shook) were caught off guard by the brilliance of the artist’s new direction of music. 219 altre parole
It’s never a dull day in the world of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. 153 altre parole
Chiptune idol duo Spica no Yoru have released a live MV for their track titled 22 Moji no Love Letter.
Out February 22nd, the track is part of their mini album titled 184 altre parole