Virtual singer Kanade Mimi, supported by a Tokyo-based company LOGIC & MAGIC, has posted a short clip in which she transforms into her cat-ear girl form. The song featured in the video, "MiMi the Super Cat" is written/composed by Hironobu Kageyama, the leader of the internationally famous anison unit JAM Project. Watch her cute transformation after the jump!
As social distancing continues, creators are coming up with new challenges to keep their skills fresh. Recently, some of anime's greatest theme song singers teamed up to compose a song together, four measures at a time. Take a look at their progress after the jump!
Hironobu Kageyama is a household name among fans of anime music. And today, fans of baseball got to hear him take on the Japanese national anthem during the latest Japan Series baseball game! Have a listen for yourself after the jump.
This weekend, five greats of the anisong industry judged the ANISONG STARS competition. Meet the 17-year-old newcomer chosen by Hironobu Kageyama, Aki Hata, and others. Read all about it after the jump!
Shanghai got a double dose of anisong awesomeness this month when FLOW and Minori Chihara teamed up for a two-hour concert! There were popular songs, covers, and even a special guest. Check out photos and a full set list after the jump.
56-year-old anison singer Hironobu Kageyama made his professional singer debut in 1977 when he was 16, as the vocalist of legendary Japanese rock band LAZY. To cerebrate his debut 40th anniversary this year, Anipara Ongakukan will hold a special event titled "~KAGEYA-MATSURI~" at Toyosu PIT in Tokyo on May 7. Hit the jump for more details.