Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Debuts New Song “Kimino Mikata” Live on Instagram to Over 100,000 People
20.March.2018 | MUSIC
Excitement is bigger than ever for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu in 2018 who is set to release her new digital single Kimino Mikata on April 11th and embark on her 4th world tour. Just recently, Kyary gave fans an early listen to her new song Kimino Mikata in an Instagram live session she herself organized – and it was a huge success.
The stream began with an at-home vibe. She touched on the topic surrounding Japanese professional baseball player Shohei Ohtani: “I saw on the news that he walked up to Fashion Monster, I’m really happy about it.”
Kyary gave thorough commentary into the new song and flipped through the lyrics on sheets she wrote herself. Her producer Yasutaka Nakata wrote the chorus lyrics boku wa kimi no mikata / hakanai kibou ka / shinjiteminai to sutaato janai (“I’m your ally / Is it a fleeting wish? / There’s no beginning if you don’t try to believe”). Kyary expressed strong empathy towards the lyrics: “I really think that [there’s no beginning if you don’t try to believe]. If you don’t live your life believing in people, then it’s no fun. I think it’s important to try believing, and that will equal the start of something.” Kyary also performed her first ever rap part to the tune of karaoke before the stream came to a close.
Finally, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu‘s song Fashion Monster was recently used in a TV commercial for Nissin Soba U.F.O. that’s hot right now featuring rock god Yuya Uchida. A band of vultures appear in the video, and Kyary dressed up on stream as one of them will dancing to Kimino Mikata.
Pre-orders for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu‘s new song Kimino Mikata are now open on the iTunes Store. There’s also a campaign being held where you can purchase her greatest hits album KPP BEST for just ￥900. This offer is available for one month only, so check it out together with her new single.
Stay tuned for the latest news on Kyary Pamyu Pamyu as she storms ahead with new work into 2018.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Announces New Song ‘KAMAITACHI’ at Her Concert With Yasutaka Nakata
22.February.2020 | MUSIC
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Yasutaka Nakata performed a two-man show entitled “Yasutaka Nakata x Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Presents SPECIAL DJ & LIVE TOUR 2020 YSTK×KPP Vol.02” at Toyosu PIT in Tokyo tonight on February 21, 2020.
The background music provided before the start of the show was music that was like from a car game. As excited fans waited with bated breath, the PlayStation startup sound rang throughout the room, at which point Kyary shouted “Time to dance!” and appeared on stage together with Nakata. They opened the show with Invader Invader -Extended Mix-.
Dancers joined the stage next for Minna no Uta -Extended Mix- and PON PON PON. The audience responded with great pleasure to Nakata and Kyary’s high-speed and ingenious song mashup. It was non-stop jumping and dancing as the performers continued to roll out more bangers like Enka Natrium, Ninja Re Bang Bang, and Mi, the bass grabbing hold of the crowd’s heart at every moment.
When Kyary and Nakata’s set reached its middle portion, they went full hardcore club mode as they performed Level Up from Nakata’s solo album Digital Native. Things got crazy when they mashed Kyary’s Fashion Monster into a trap beat with Star Wars as a Star Wars-style opening reel ran across the LED monitors.
They continued with a string of internationally-known pop songs, like Kyary’s Tsukema Tsukeru and Sokenbicha no Uta, as well as Harajuku Iyahoi. The ever-changing set kept the crowd on their feet with its mix of live music and club music.
Kyary and Nakata weren’t anywhere near finished yet however. They returned to mashup mode with Kyary’s Cherry Bon Bonーa track from her early days with a Eurobeat soundーand performed a cover of AIAIAI, which Nakata wrote for virtual YouTuber Kizuna AI, during which Kizuna AI appeared as a hidden character.
The internationally iconic SEGA logo sound then rolled across the venue before Nakata and Kyary performed a special version of Ichibanka which Nakata wrote for Japanese reggae band Shōnan no Kaze. The song is used as the main theme for the PS4® game Yakuza: Like a Dragon which will be released worldwide this year. Kyary provided some cute “Soiya Soiya!” chants during the song.
In the last spurt, they rolled out the hit tunes Kizunami and Mondai Girl before wrapping up with Oto no Kuni. Kyary pulled fans into her “Japamyu” world while Yasutaka Nakata smashed out some 8-bit video game beats.
But fans needed more, and the call for an encore didn’t die down. Kyary came out and said excitedly, “Thank you for the encore! Who’d’ve thought I’d sing some Shōnan no Kaze?! ” She also thank Nakata, before announcing the release of a new digital single entitled KAMAITACHI. Release details are TBA.
She also announced a mini 5-show tour to promote its release. The song’s lyrics have a traditional Japanese-feel to them, and so the tour too will take place at kabuki theatres around Japan.
To wrap up the concert, Kyary and Nakata performed KPP’s pop anthem Sai & Co -Extended Mix-.
Pre-sale tickets for Kyary’s “KAMAITACHI TOUR 2020” will go live on her fan club, KPP CLUB, on February 22, 2020 at 10:00 A.M (JST). Check her official website for the latest information.
Original Text: Fukuryu (Music Concierge)
Photo: Aki Ishii
Translation: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga
Yasutaka Nakata x Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Presents SPECIAL DJ & LIVE TOUR 2020 YSTK×KPP vol.02
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu KAIMACHI TOUR 2020
2020/4/26 @ Yachiyo-za (Japanese: 八千代座), Kumamoto
2020/5/2 @ Kyōto Minami-za (Japanese: 京都四條南座), Kyoto
2020/5/6 @ Misono-za (Japanese: 御園座), Aichi
2020/5/9 @ Nagame Yokyujo (Japanese: ながめ余興場), Gunma
2020/5/23 @ Uchiko-za (Japanese: 内子座), Ehime
KPP CLUB Pre-Sale Tickets
Ticket Window: February 22, 2020 at 10:00 (JST) – February 26, 2020 at 23:59 (JST)
Price: All Reserved Seating – ¥9,500 (Before Tax) *Comes with zabuton floor cushion
*These details are for the Kumamoto, Gunma, and Ehime shows only. Kyoto and Aichi ticket details TBA at a later date (as of publishing this article).
*Ticket tout resales are strictly forbidden
*All photography, sound recording and video recording is prohibited
*Select first floor seats and all second floor seats do not fall under the reservation status and so are designated in order of arrival
*Preschool children are not permitted entry
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Official Website: http://kyary.asobisystem.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Turns Voice Actress in Upcoming New Crayon Shin-chan Movie
Crayon Shin-chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Almost Four Heroes is the 28th and newest anime film to enter the beloved Crayon Shin-chan series, which is set to release in Japan on April 24, 2020.
Crayon Shin-chan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui. It was first serialised in Weekly Manga Action in 1990, and subsequently received its first anime adaptation in 1992. Since then, it has become one of the most recognisable and loved series in Japan.
The story of Crayon Shin-chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Almost Four Heroes is as follows: For many years, a giant kingdom fuelled by doodles created by humans has been peacefully floating in the sky. As time has gone by, less and less people have been doodling, resulting in fuel supplies running critically low. As the kingdom crumbles, doodles have been falling from the sky. As the kingdom starts to face the threat of complete collapse, the kingdom’s forces soon get on the case, forcing the innocent people of earth to produce more doodles to save the kingdom. The kingdom just happens to be floating above the city of Shin-chan’s residence: Kasukabe. Knowing that the lives of many are at stake, the princess of the Rakuga Kingdom entrusts the Kingdom’s sacred Miracle Crayon to a hero – the five-year-old, mischievous and carefree Shin-chan. Shin-chan harnesses the power of the miracle crayon, drawing up a superhero team to save the world. Shin-chan’s three drawings jump right out of the sketch book and right into action in an attempt to save the day.
Voicing the part of the princess, who entrusts Shin-chan with saving the Rakuga Kingdom, is none other than Kyary Pamyu Pamyuーwho herself is a huge fan of Crayon Shin-chan.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s song Kimi ni 100 Percent (2013) was used as the 15th opening theme for the Crayon Shin-chan anime series, and maintains the record for being used the longest out of all of the series’ opening themes. It was also used as the opening theme for the 2014 film Crayon Shin-chan: Intense Battle! Robo Dad Strikes Back. Kyary even appeared in the series as herself. Her history with the series has led her to being recognised as a member of the Shin-chan family.
Kyary received the offer to voice the princess in the upcoming new film after the production team heard her voice work for the character Mecchaka in the NHK Educational TV series u&i. They were impressed by the voice work, and initially didn’t know it was Kyary. After finding out it was, they sent her the offer.
Kyary is a huge fan of Crayon Shin-chan and read the manga religiously. She is now taking this opportunity to challenge herself to some real seiyū anime voice acting. But it doesn’t stop there either, as she will also perform the opening theme for the film too. Titled Rakugaki Ouen Taishi (“Support Ambassador for Rakugaki”), the song is centred around the Rakuga Kingdom.
Kyary and Shin-chan released some words of their own regarding this dream collaboration. Read them below.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu | Comment
“I appeared as myself in the anime series once before, but this time I’m challenging myself to some authentic voice acting as the princess, so I hope everyone enjoys seeing a completely different side to me. I’ve been collecting and reading the Shin-chan manga since elementary school. Whenever I scored 100 in a test my dad would buy me a volume. I was bad at studying, but Shin-chan helped me work hard. He’s like the hero who scooped me up and saved me! As a fan I’m super happy too, since this movie is based on a part from the manga series. I hope everyone who loves Shin-chan will look forward to it too!” *Translated from Japanese
Shinnosuke Nohara | Comment
“Kyary-chan, I’m super happy I get to see you again! So you’re gonna be the princess who trusts me with the Rakuga Kingdom treasure, the ‘Miracle Crayon,’ right? I’ll make sure to catch your love baton. And you’re gonna be the Rakugaki Support Ambassador with me too. I’m way too excited. We’re a dream combination! Enjoy yourself at the cinema.”
©Yoshito Usui / Futabasha・Shinei・TV Asahi・ADK 2020
Crayon Shin-chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Almost Four Heroes
Release Date: April 24, 2020
Official Website: http://www.shinchan-movie.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Reveals Solo Live Show in Los Angeles
20.February.2020 | MUSIC
After announcing that she will invade the stage at Mexico’s music festival VIVE LATINO2020 and America’s Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival 2020, Japanese pop princess Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has now revealed that she will conquer Los Angeles with a solo live show on April 14.
The last time Kyary struck America with a solo live show was two years ago in 2018 for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu World Tour 2018 THE SPOOKY OBAKEYASHIKI -PUMPKINS STRIKE BACK-. As she previously announced that she will perform in San Francisco on April 16, this now means that two cities are scheduled for a kawaii invasion at the same time as Coachella.
Don’t miss out on Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s kawaii invasions of 2020.
KYARY PAMYU PAMYU: Solo Live Performance in Los Angeles 2020
*Title subject to change
April 14, 2020
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu To Invade San Francisco With A Solo Live Show
04.February.2020 | MUSIC
Having already hyped up fans enough with the news of her taking part in Mexico’s 2020 Vive Latino and California’s Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival 2020, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has taken things one step further by revealing a solo live show in San Francisco, America.
This will mark the kawaii princess’ first solo tour in America since Kyary Pamyu Pamyu World Tour 2018 THE SPOOKY OBAKEYASHIKI -PUMPKINS STRIKE BACK– which was held two years ago.
General tickets will be released for sale from February 7, 2020. Just what kind of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu world lies ahead in store? You’ll just have to see it with your own eyes.
KYARY PAMYU PAMYU LIVE in San Francisco 2020 (Name subject to change)
Date: April 16, 2020
Ticket Sales Schedule (Local Time)
February 5 (10:00am) – 6 (10:00am): American Express Presale
February 6 10:00am – 10:00pm: Goldenvoice Presale
2月7日 10:00am: General Ticket Sales
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Official Website: http://kyary.asobisystem.com/english/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu to Perform at America’s Famous Music Festival Coachella 2020
04.January.2020 | MUSIC
Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival is one of America’s largest and most famous annual festivals. The lineup for Coachella 2020 has been announced, revealing Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.
Coachella 2020 will be held from April 10 to 12 and April 17 to 19 with Kyaryu Pamyu Pamyu performing on April 12 and 19.
Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival 2020
Official Website: https://www.coachella.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Yasutaka Nakata to Embark on vol.02 of their Ultimate Three City Tour
22.November.2019 | MUSIC
In 2020, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Yasutaka Nakata will be following up on their ultimate three-city tour that took place in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya in 2016, returning to the three cities on tour again for vol.02.
The duo’s performance at SUMMER SONIC 2019 saw both Osaka and Tokyo venues overcrowded with fans to the extent that entry had to be strongly regulated. Following the success of SUMMER SONIC and vol.01 of the duo’s tour in 2016, there’s no doubt that their upcoming 2020 tour will see an exponential increase in fans.
The long-awaited 2020 tour is bound to fill Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya with excitement. This powerhouse duo is the perfect recipe for an explosive atmosphere that you just cannot miss.
Yasutaka Nakata × Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Presents SPECIAL DJ & LIVE TOUR 2020 YSTK × KPP vol.02
February 12 (Weds): Zepp Osaka Bayside, Osaka
Doors Open: 18:00, Performance Start: 19:00
February 13 (Thurs): Zepp Nagoya, Aichi
Doors Open: 18:00, Performance Start: 19:00
February 21 (Fri): Toyosu PIT
Doors Open: 18:00, Performance Start: 19:00
YSTK × KPP vol.02 Official Website Advanced Tickets
Preorder Period: November 22 (19:00) – November 26, 2019 (23:59)
1st Floor Standing: ¥5,500 (Tax Included, Drink Fee Not Included)
2nd Floor Designated Seats: ¥6,050 (Tax Included, Drink Fee Not Included) * Only available at Osaka and Nagoya Venues
Where to Purchase
Advanced tickets will be available for purchase from the following Official Websites:
Yasutaka Nakata: http://yasutaka-nakata.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu: http://kyary.asobisystem.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s ‘KIMI GA IINE KURETARA’ Single to be Released on Kawaii Pink Vinyl
12.November.2019 | MUSIC
In May 2019, Harajuku fashion monster Kyary Pamyu Pamyu released her latest single KIMI GA IINE KURETARA on streaming services. The single was used as the theme song for the Nippon Television Network drama Mukai no Bazuru Kazoku. The single will be released in late February 2020 in the form of a kawaii pink 7-inch vinyl. The last time Kyary Pamyu Pamyu released a single in analog format was in 2015 with Mondai Girl.
KIMI GA IINE KURETARA was produced entirely by Yasutaka Nakata. In the song, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu transforms into a modern social media expert, singing an encouraging message aimed at people who are lost in their obsession with getting likes on social media. The single’s B side contains the instrumental version of the song which has never been released.
As the vinyl release is still quite far away, all we can do is wait in excitement.
KIMI GA IINE KURETARA
Price: ¥1,600 (Tax Included)
Release Date: Late February 2020 (Subject to change)
Side A – KIMI GA IINE KURETARA
Side B – KIMI GA IINE KURETARA (Instrumental Version)
Streaming Services: https://kppm.lnk.to/kik
Official Website: http://kyary.asobisystem.com/english/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Will Perform a New Song if 100,000 People Sign Up for Merpay
08.November.2019 | MUSIC
Merpay is a smartphone payment service created by the flea market app Mercari. To reach out to young people who are still not accustomed to going cashless, the company launched a second round to their invite a friend campaign on November 7, 2019. As part of the campaign, both the user who invites a friend to use Merpay and the friend who creates an account will be rewarded with ¥1,000 worth of points. But that’s not all: Famous artist Kyary Pamyu Pamyu took to the scene with an even bigger reward.
As the campaign’s mascot, Kyaryu Pamyu Pamyu made an appearance at the Merpay campaign event. It was announced that if more than 100,000 people use the special invitation code “MOTTAINAI” to create a Merpay account during the Kyary Pamyu Pamyu challenge period, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu will celebrate with a brand new song.
After the event, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu headed down Harajuku’s famous Takeshita Street to enjoy a crêpe at a crêpe stand that uses Merpay.
“It’s been so long since I last visited Takeshita Street,” she laughed. “Buying the crêpe was just as fun as eating it.”.
She then made a comment on her Kyary Pamyu Pamyu challenge song:
“I want to sing it. What kind of song will it be? It’s so exciting just thinking about it.” She said.
If you want to hear Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s new song, be sure to use the MOTTAINAI code to sign up for Merpay and invite a friend.
Interview: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu & Yasutaka Nakata Joined by Kizuna AI at SUMMER SONIC 2019
27.August.2019 | MUSIC
Kizuna AI recently performed at SUMMER SONIC 2019 on the RAINBOW Stage on August 18. She also interviewed various acts who performed at the music festival, including Yasutaka Nakata and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. The full interview was posted on her YouTube channel.
SUMMER SONIC 2019 – Official Artist Interview vol.02: Yasutaka Nakata & Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
Kizuna AI released a cover of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s song Kizunami on August 16 which is taken from Kyary’s fourth studio album Japamyu which dropped back in September 2018. To celebrate the release of the new song, Kizuna AI appeared as a surprise guest on Yasutaka Nakata and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s set at SUMMER SONIC 2019 where her and Kyary performed Kizunami.
Below is a translated summary of the interview.
Kizuna AI: “Our first collaboration together! Was I okay…?”
Kyary: “I haven’t collaborated with that many people. It’s rare for me to sing with someone, but I was really happy with how it went!”
Kizuna AI: “Nakata, when did people start calling you Ouji [Prince]?”
Kyary: “He has a lot of out-there nicknames! [laughs]”
Yasutaka Nakata: “Battery Eater is another one [laughs]”
Kizuna AI: “What does ‘chumete‘ mean?” [Referencing a word taken from the chorus of Kizuna AI’s song AIAIAI, written and produced by Nakata]
Yasutaka Nakata: “That’s a secret! Because you can interpret it in many different ways.”
Kizuna AI: “What’s a word or occurrence [in music] that’s stuck with you the most, Kyary?”
Kyary: “Ninja Re Bang Bang. The title was originally ‘tentative.’ I feel it’s a mysterious word that anyone can get behind. Even when touring overseas everyone sings it together.”
Kizuna AI: “Finally, please give a message to your fans!”
Kyary: “It was so much fun getting to stand on stage together with Nakata. I hope we can do something together again!”
Kizuna AI: “Kyary, can you put these ears on?”
Kizuna AI has posted lots of other interviews from the festival on her YouTube channel too including with SHAED, SOFI TUKKER, Alan Walker, the telephones, and AI. Be sure to check them out.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s Kabuki Themed Concert Showcased in Documentary On YouTube
19.August.2019 | MUSIC
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s ‘Oto no Kuni Live Tour 2019’ has been taking the singer to various locations across Japan steeped in the country’s cultural heritage. The tour gets its name from Kyary’s song Oto no Kuni taken from her album Japamyu.
Following the success of her show at the sacred Izumo Shrine in Shimane Prefecture―a region said to be the birthplace of Japan’s many gods―Kyary took her traditional show to Minami-za in Kyoto, the oldest theatre in Japan. What’s more is that she held it on the final day of Japan’s Heisei period before the country transitioned into the current Reiwa period. The concert fused Kyary’s iconic pop culture fantasia with traditional Japanese kabuki theatre.
A 9-minute medley of the concert, featuring tracks such as Ninja Re Bang Bang and Oto no Kuni, is set to be played back live on NHK World Japan today (August 19) and again on NHK General TV on September 14. It will also feature a talk with Kyary and show host Shingo Murakami.
A special documentary featuring behind-the-scenes footage as well as clips of the concert was uploaded onto Kyary’s official YouTube channel. The video showcases Kyary’s training for the concert carried out with kabuki actor Ainosuke Kataoka. Check it out below.
「SONGS OF TOKYO」
August 19, 2019 on NHK World Japan (0:10-0:38 / 6:10~ / 12:30~ / 18:30~)
August 15, 2019 on NHK General TV (0:05-0:33)
Line-Up: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu / Shingo Murakami, Chiaki Horan
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Official Website: http://kyary.asobisystem.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu & Yasutaka Nakata Joined by Kizuna AI at SUMMER SONIC 2019
19.August.2019 | MUSIC
Yasutaka Nakata is the internationally acclaimed architect of kawaii music and music producer of huge Japanese names such as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Perfume.
The DJ and music producer is known for having collaborated with a whole string of big artists, such as Kenshi Yonezu on the song NANIMONO as well as Charli XCX on Crazy Crazy. Despite having only just dropped his new song Pico Pico Tokyo (feat. Momo Mashiro) recently, he just released a new song entitled Kizunami (cover) for digital download on August 16. The track is a cover of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s song Kizunami taken from her fourth studio album Japamyu which Nakata Produced. It is covered by virtual talent Kizuna AI who has almost 2.7 million subscribers on her YouTube channel.
To celebrate the release of the new song, Kizuna AI appeared as a surprise guest on Yasutaka Nakata and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s set at SUMMER SONIC 2019 which was held in Tokyo and Osaka. In a very special collaboration, she sang the song alongside Kyary―the singer of the original track.
As with the Osaka show, the RAINBOW STAGE at the Tokyo concert had an admission limit due to how much music fans were anticipating this stage.
When the intro to Fashion Monster started playing as the first song of Yasutaka Nakata’s set, the crowd’s excitement went straight through the roof. But it didn’t stop there however, as it shot into the stratosphere when Kyary Pamyu Pamyu walked onto the stage, clad in a beautiful white outfit.
Nakata and Kyary’s set was an energetic amalgamation of song mash-ups and alternative arrangements, treating the crowd to familiar hit after hit. It reestablished Nakata’s status as a spearhead of the industry.
He joined Kyary in front of his DJ booth for CANDY CANDY and waved his hands left and right with the crowd to Kyary’s directions. The two of them rolled out even more big numbers including Invader Invader, PON PON PON and Ninja Re Bang Bang which also had fun new arrangements.
When the intro to Kizunami started up, Kizuna AI’s chorus entered the fray at which Kyary asked, “Whose voice is that?” Kizuna AI suddenly appeared on the giant LED screen at the back of the stage, and the crowd reacted instantly. She riled everyone up by calling “Summer Sonic!” before joining Nakata and Kyary in a dream collaboration.
The 19-song set was up with Mondai Girl and finally Oto no Kuni during which the crowd waved their towels in unison.
Kizuna AI’s cover of Kizunami is now available for digital download and is streaming on Spotify.
Released: August 16, 2019
Artists: Kizuna AI, Yasutaka Nakata
Lyrics/Composition/Arrangement: Yasutaka Nakata
Download/Stream Links: https://lnk.to/uuT0F
Yasutaka Nakata Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/YASUTAKA_NAKATA/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Official Website: http://kyary.asobisystem.com
Kizuna AI Official Website: http://kizunaai.com/
Stream Your Favourite Japanese Artist Anytime With Deezer’s New ‘Asian Music’ Channel
11.July.2019 | MUSIC
Have you ever tried typing in your favourite Asian artist into Spotify only to find only some or none of their music is on there? All of that is about to change as the music streaming platform Deezer introduces its new ‘Asian Music’ channel to bring fans closer to their favourite acts, both mainstream and underground.
Deezer boasts 14 million monthly active users in 180 countries around the world who are connected to an ever-expanding catalogue of 53 million tracks.
Available now worldwide, the new music channel will help support local genres in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesia. It features exclusive and personal playlists from the biggest artists across the continent such as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (Japan), Tabitha Nauser (Singapore), and Gloc-9 (Philippines). The editors at Deezer have also created dedicated playlists for each country to help fans find their favourite artists as well as introduce them to new acts.
The playlists created by Deezer’s editors for Japan include: Top J-Pop, J-Pop Rising, Top J-Rock, and Japan 90s Hits. Look forward to listening to the biggest names in the land of the rising sun right now such as Perfume, Aimyon, and tofubeats and get familiar with rising acts like Manon and AAAMYYY.
Deezer’s Asian Music section can be accessed here. Find your new favourite artist today.