Re:ZERO, Bloom Into You Singer Riko Azuna Thanks Fans for Their Two-year Support

Her fifth single song will be used as the OP theme for the TV anime "So I'm a Spider, So What?"

 

 

26-year-old singer-songwriter Riko Azuna made her major debut just two years ago, November 28, 2018, by releasing her first single "Kimi ni Furete," which was used as the OP theme for the fall 2018 TV anime Bloom Into You. At the same time, she also sang "Memories," an insert song for the OVA Re:ZERO − Starting Life in Another World Memory Snow. Since then, she has released five singles and is steadily building her career as a successful anison singer.

 

On its happy second-anniversary day, she posted a message to thank her fans for their support over the past two years on her official Twitter account.

 

"It's been two years since that day. Thank you so much for meeting Azuna. I'm here today thanks to the constant support of my fans. I'm happy from the bottom of my heart. But it's only two years! It starts from here!! I want you to believe and follow me!! Thank you for your continued support!!"

 

 

 

Her next sixth single "keep weaving your spider way" is set to be released on January 27, 2021, and the title song will be featured as the OP theme for the upcoming TV anime adaption of Okina Baba's isekai fantasy light novel So I'm a Spider, So What? She says, "Because this is the time when we are trying to look up and move forward to a brighter future, I want to deliver a message, 'We don't give up on life!'"

 

 


 

1st single "Kimi ni Furete" (November 28, 2018 release / Bloom Into You OP):

 

 

2nd single "Whiteout" (February 27, 2019 / Boogiepop and Others ED):

 

 

4th single "Glow at the Velocity of Light" (August 21, 2019 / Astra Lost in Space ED):

 

 

5th single "be perfect, plz!" (November 6, 2019 / Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious ED)

 


 

Source: Riko Azuna official Twitter

 

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