When I first heard Masaka live, I was really excited; Kasai's vocals were really nice, I liked the sound of the song and for once I was anticipating a new soloist that wasn't in the form of Watanabe Mayuyu.
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Naaboudoufu@Nana takes on the electro sound in her second single, Magical Lip KISS, following the likes of popular groups such as Morning Musume and AKB48 shortly after they released their own take on the auto-tune sound.
AKB48's final single of 2012 is a bit of a bland bag of sweets and has turned out to be more of a disappointment in sound than originally expected.
Panache! are a rather new Idol unit consisting of three popular cosplayers, and they released their major debut single Kirameki Miraizui back in October.
Being the new Idol group on the block doesn't seem like a fun thing, and sometimes it can be a little difficult for new up-and-coming Idols to make a name for themselves, especially when their PV is basically a copy of Guardians 4 PARTY TIME, but I think that i☆Ris are going to be fine.
Watanabe Mayu's third single release, Hikaru Monotach is definitely nothing like her previous two singles which ultimately sows a new side to the girl whom I dubbed as an 'anime singer at best'. Well, she has of course proven me wrong with her new song and PV, showing that there is so much more to her than generic Idol cuteness and her beautiful, creepy little smile...
THE SHOW is Show Luo's third Japanese album, and features eight new songs as well as his two Japanese single releases, DANTE and MAGIC.
Bump.y have been around for a few years now and are made up of five girls who also act and model as well as sing. Recently, they have set to change their image from sweet, innocent looking girls into fierce K-pop wannabe's, and their latest single shows just what direction the girls are going in.