The official website for 29-year-old anison singer May'n has posted a full-length music video for her 18th single song "graphite/diamond." The rock tune is used as the OP theme for the fall 2019 TV anime adaptation of Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi's smartphone game Azur Lane. Check out her latest MV after the jump!
The Macross Frontier girls are back! Megumi Nakajima (as Ranka Lee) and May'n (as Sheryl Nome) have returned with three new songs, including a duet, to celebrate the show's tenth anniversary. Check out the MV for one of them after the jump!
FlyingDog announced today that 28-year-old anison singer May'n, best known as the singing voice of Sheryl Nome in the Macross Frontier series, will perform two anime theme songs this summer: the OP theme for the TV anime adaptation of Square Enix's arcade game Lord of Vermilion and the ED theme for Happy Elements (Ensemble Stars!)'s new original anime Phantom in the Twilight. Hit the jump for more details.
If you watched Capcom's Nintendo Switch/Ultra Street Fighter 2 promo, not only did you catch a whole lot of 30th anniversary nostalgia and Final Challengers Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, you also heard the voice of May'n. Known to anime fans for her work on Macross F, Accel World and, recently, Izetta, she has now covered "Itoshisa to Setsunasa to Kokoro Tsuyosa to," the insert song from 1994's Street Fighter II MOVIE.
This weekend, Flying Dog has published a preview of May'n's "Hikari Aru Basho He" music video. This single for the end theme to the Izetta: The Last Witch anime will be released on November 23rd with B-side "Destiny" and a currently unnamed third track. Get a look after the jump.
Avex has posted a 90-second short music video for "Belief," 26-year-old anison singer May'n's upcoming 13th single. The song is now used as the OP theme for the TV anime adaptation of Shinjiro's action fantasy manga series Taboo Tattoo. Check the clip after the jump!
This summer's TV anime adaptation of Shinjirō's action manga Taboo Tattoo has introduced May'n (Macross F, Aquarion Logos) as the performer of opening theme "Belief," which is described as more emotional rock than earlier May'n work. The series is directed by Takashi Watanabe and features animation by J.C. Staff. More after the jump.
Flying Dog has posted a four-minute crossfade preview for 25-year-old singer May'n's first best album "Powers of Voice," featuring all of her previous music videos. She had to cancel her spring tour due to bilateral vocal cord polyps, but returned after the surgery for her 10th anniversary live at Nippon Budokan yesterday. Check the video after the jump.
The 10th anniversary of Macross co-creator Shoji Kawamori and Satelight's Sousei no Akuerion is being celebrated with a slate of projects including a stage play, a n OVA crossover, as well as the LOGOS TV anime comming this summer. May'n will be reuniting with her Macross F collaborator Yoko Kanno, who will be composing Logos theme "Yamaidare darlin.'" Check out the music videos' chorus after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming third TV anime series from the Aquarion franchise, Aquarion Logos, has posted a 100-second new PV featuring its OP theme song "Yamaidare darlin" performed by May'n. The music of the song is provided by the franchise's long-time composer Yoko Kanno. Check the latest clips after the jump.
25-year-old anison singer May'n, best known as the singing voice of Sheryl Nome in Macross Frontier, announced today that she has to stop her ongoing acoustic tour due to her bilateral vocal cord polyps. Hit the jump for more details.
25-year-old singer May'n, who is well known as the singer voice for Sheryl Nome in Macross Frontier, released her 1st live album "Re:May'n☆Act" in Japan today, February 18. To promote the two-disc album, her record company Flying Dog has posted a 90-second preview to introduce her stage. Check the clips after the jump!
It's only a week before the concert by anisong singer May'n at Slim's in San Francisco as the grand finale for the celebration of JPOP culture and music at San Francisco's JPOP Summit Festival and now there is another reason fans won't want to miss it as JPOP Summit Festival has announced a raffle contest for a free ticket to Japan! Get the details after the jump!