NekoPOPDave

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Date registered: November 23, 2012

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  1. Airi Suzuki (C-ute) announces final photobook Zenshu 2010-2017 Eien — March 17, 2017
  2. Namie Amuro and Masaharu Fukuyama rock Asahi’s new beer campaign — March 14, 2017
  3. BRATS mess with your head in Nounai Shoukyo Game (“Brain Erase Game”) — March 3, 2017
  4. Koda Kumi announces double album W Face – Inside/Outside — February 10, 2017
  5. Charisma.com leave OL life behind for new album Not Not Me — January 25, 2017

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Dec 27 2016

BRATS reveal new music video “Ainikoiyo” from To Be Hero

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Japanese girls band BRATS have released a scorching new music video for their theme song “Ainikoiyo” from the television anime To Be Hero. Showcasing the powerhouse combination of sisters Rei Kuromiya (vocals) and Aya Kuromiya (bass), the high-energy song moves BRATS into a rock-influenced style that’s also hinted at in the preview of their song …

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Dec 27 2016

PassCode posts UNLIMITED Mannequin Challenge video

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Japanese idol group PassCode has uploaded their own special version of the “Mannequin Challenge” with the help of more-than-a-few friends from their audience. PassCode released their major-label single debut “Miss Unlimited” in October, and will perform their “PassCode MISS UNLIMITED Tour 2016 Final” at Shinkiba Studio Coast on December 28.

Dec 27 2016

SAY-LA’s first single Kojirase Kataomoi hits number two on Oricon

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SAY-LA — a six-girl idol unit with the adopted tagline of “the first traditional idols in 3000 years” — have released their first single in two years, “Kojirase Kataomoi”, which reached number two on the Oricon chart.

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Dec 24 2016

Rei Kuromiya and BRATS tease December 27 surprise

Japanese girl group BRATS released a mysterious teaser image on Saturday, December 24, at 22:00 (Japan time), hinting at an announcement on December 27. The young rock band fronted by model and singer Rei Kuromiya (of LADYBABY/The Idol Formerly Known As) recently announced that their new song “Nounai Shoukyo Game” (“Brain Erase Game”) will be …

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Dec 10 2016

Puffy AmiYumi to perform at Anime Boston 2017

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Puffy AmiYumi will return to America for Anime Boston 2017, March 31 – April 2, 2017. Info and tickets: http://www.animeboston.com/ Puffy AmiYumi are one of the most famous music icons in Japan, where they are a household name synonymous with all things pop and fun. Featuring dual vocalists Ami and Yumi, the group has reached …

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Dec 02 2016

BRATS song featured in new Japanese film Slaveman

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Japanese girls band BRATS (featuring Rei Kuromiya of LADYBABY/The Idol Formerly Known As) will contribute the song “Nounai Shoukyo Game” (“Brain Erase Game”) to the soundtrack of the upcoming Japanese film Slaveman, directed by Noboru Iguchi (Machine Girl, Robogeisha, Prison School). “Nounai Shoulyo Game” is the second new BRATS song to be announced this year, …

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Nov 26 2016

Ena Fujita’s Cursed EVIL IDOL SONG Gets Europe Release on JPU Records

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JPU Records has announced the release of the cursed debut EP EVIL IDOL SONG from Japan’s hot rising star Ena Fujita. The singer-songwriter, recently crowned MISS iD 2017 by Japan’s publishing giant Kodensha and celebrity chart topper on LINE Blog, has been turning heads ever since she moved to Tokyo in pursuit of her dream. …

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Nov 15 2016

Lantis artists Kenichi Suzumura, ZAQ, and Sayaka Sasaki join Sims 4 soundtrack

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Electronic Arts’ hit video game The Sims 4™, released worldwide in September 2014, will be releasing a new expansion pack – The Sims 4 City Living. In the new pack, four Lantis music artists – Kenichi Suzumura, ZAQ, Sayaka Sasaki and Shuhei Kita – will be featured. The songs include Kenichi Suzumura’s “SHIPS”, ZAQ’s “Philosophy …

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