Mone Kamishiraishi's first original full album "note" will be released on August 26, 2020 (Wednesday)! September 19, 2020 (Saturday) The first online live will be held!
<Comment by Mone Kamishiraishi> Fortunately, I'm making a new album. Although it is online, the long-awaited one-man live is also available. I think this time isn't all bad because it can feel closer because it's remote. I hope you look forward to it!
Momoiro Clover Z / ALBUM "Masahiro Tanaka" TRAILER
When Masahiro Tanaka hopped onto the mound Wednesday night to warm up before the first inning of his home debut, a Japanese pop song engulfed Yankee Stadium.
I immediately asked Japanese media members sitting behind me in the press box if the song was by Tanaka's wife, a Japanese reality-television-star-turned-singer. They said it wasn't and word trickled that a group named Momoiro Clover Z, meaning Pink Clover in Japanese, was the group.
After the game Tanaka was asked why he picked that song.
“They actually made that song for me for when I take the mound,” Tanaka said through his interpreter, Shingo Horie.
Like Tanaka, the five women comprising Momoiro Clover Z are stars in Japan. According to Wikipedia, the group began as a street act in 2008 and won a 2013 MTV Europe Music award for Best Japanese Act. Their latest album, 5th Dimension, was released last April and reached No. 1 and platinum status on the Japanese charts.
Tanaka said he was not sure if he would use the song again. He was then asked for the song’s name.
“I don’t think the song is being officially released yet so I’d appreciate it if you could wait just another month and I’ll be able to say,” Tanaka said.
So for now it remains a mystery. What isn't a secret is Tanaka's ability: The right-hander has struck out 10 batters against the Orioles Wednesday and has 18 strikeouts to one walk over 14 innings through two starts.
On February 22, K-pop veterans and icons SHINee released the video for their title track “Don’t Call Me.” The comeback for the group has been highly anticipated ever since the oldest three members — Onew, Key, and Minho — returned from military enlistment. In their new music video, they rejoin Taemin for a full-throttle musical experience that ushers in a new SHINee era.
Composed by Kenzie, Dwayne ‘Dem Jointz’ Abernathy Jr., and Rodnae ‘Chikk’ Bell, “Don’t Call Me,” finds SHINee experimenting sonically with trap, EDM, and hip-hop, with a sophisticated piano-led bridge that really highlights the group’s signature intricate harmonies. The use of 808 bass sounds and dark synths are noticeably different from what fans are used to hearing from SHINee, further fleshing out their musical universe.
“Don’t Call Me” is possibly one of the group’s darkest concepts to date; the lyrics are filled with disdain as they address an ex-lover who has turned obsessive, and the track serves as a warning for them to stay away. “You find my traces and lick them” they sing, adding, “I keep telling you, There is no ‘next time’ in your life, I’m no longer your love. Erase it, forget about me please/ I don’t know you, so don’t call me.”
"aNDLESS MUSIC LIVE", a 24-hour live stream of music videos! Music videos of various artists' songs released by Avex will be streamed 24 hours non-stop in a playlist format composed of different themes depending on the day, across multiple genres and decades. *Streaming may be temporarily interrupted due to system maintenance, etc.