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  • angela

    (66,107 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, anime, female vocalists

    Angela is the name of more than one artist 1) angela is a JPop duo 2) Angela is a German 60's singer 3) ANGELA is a Konami Beatmania artist 4) Angela is bossa nova artist 1) angela is a JPop duo from Okayama, Japan composed of atsuko (lyrics, vocals, musical composition) and KATSU (musical composition and arrangment, keyboards, guitar).


    (19,208 listeners)

    j-rock, japanese, hard rock, rock

    GRANRODEO is a two-piece hard rock unit from Japan lead by vocalist KISHOW (谷山紀章, Taniyama Kishou) and guitarist e-ZUKA (飯塚昌明, Iizuka Masaaki) under the Lantis recording label active since 2005.


    (5,625 listeners)

    j-pop, female vocalists, japanese, anime

    Catherine St-Onge (professionally known as HIMEKA, born July 20th) is an anime song singer of French Canadian descent. While fluent in English and her native French, she is moderately proficient in Japanese.

  • Kalafina

    (68,924 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, female vocalists, anime

    Kalafina is a Japanese neoclassical pop group produced by composer Yuki Kajiura under Sony Music Associated Records Inc.


    (100,994 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, anime, female vocalists

    KOTOKO (real name 堀川ことこ—Horikawa Kotoko), born on January 19, 1980 in Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan, is a female j-pop electronic/dance vocalist whose songs draws on electro rock, techno and trance. She has released five albums (three associated with Geneon and two associated with I've Sound), twelve maxi singles (seventeen overall) and two DVDs that were released in the US.

  • May'n

    (23,473 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, anime, female vocalists

    May Nakabayashi (中林 芽依, Nakabayashi Mei, also known as May'n, born October 21, 1989 in Nagoya, Japan) is a Japanese J-Pop artist under the Horipro talent agency, Victor Entertainment label and formerly under the Universal Music label.

  • Sea☆A

    (452 listeners)

    female vocalists, idol, singaporean, j-pop

    Sea☆A are a Japanese idol group composed by three members of Singapore and one member of Malaysia. “Sea” stands for “Southeast Asia”, the ☆ represents the stars that they want to become, and the ‘A’ stands for “anime”.

  • 中川翔子

    (49,640 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, anime, pop

    Shōko Nakagawa (中川翔子, Nakagawa Shōko, born May 5, 1985, in Tokyo as Shiyoko Nakagawa (中川しようこ, Nakagawa Shiyōko)) also known as Shokotan (to fans) is a Japanese idol and multi-talented celebrity (an actress, seiyu (voice actor), illustrator, singer and blogger). She is the daughter of 中川勝彦, a celebrity in Japan in the 1980s.

  • 佐咲紗花Up-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (12,244 listeners)

    female vocalists, j-pop, anime, japanese

    Sasaki Sayaka (佐咲紗花, Birthday: June 19, 1982 ) is a Japanese pop singer signed to Lantis label. She was the winner of the third Animax Anison Grand Prix, surpassing 6,570 participants which gave her a chance to made a major debut. In 2009, Sasaki signed to Lantis label an debuted in 2010 with the single "Seisai no Ripieno", second opening theme to the anime Tatakau Shisho The Book of Bantorra.

  • 喜多修平

    (11,440 listeners)

    j-rock, japanese, j-pop, anime

    喜多修平 (Kita Shuhei, born July, 29) is a singer from Osaka, Japan. Signed to Aniplex Inc., he specializes in songs for various anime such as the opening theme "Breakin' through" for the TV show "Persona ~Trinity Soul~". Discography Singles (2008.2.27) Breakin' through

  • 河野マリナ

    (6,128 listeners)

    anime, japanese, j-pop, female vocalists

    Kawano Marina (河野マリナ), born March 21, 1990, is a Japanese pop singer signed to SME visual. She made her debut after winning the 4th ANIMAX Anisong Grand Prix.

  • 茅原実里

    (32,647 listeners)

    j-pop, anime, japanese, seiyuu

    Minori Chihara (茅原実里); known as Minorin (みのりん) to her fans, was born on November 18, 1980 in Tochigi prefecture, Japan. She is a seiyuu (Japanese voice actress) under Avex Planning & Development. Her debut role was Natsume Aya from Tenjo Tenge, but her popularity escalated when she was cast as Nagato Yuki from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.

  • 飛蘭

    (12,764 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, female vocalists, anime

    飛蘭 (Faylan, born May 8) is a female Japanese singer from Saitama, Japan. She is affiliated with management agency S, run by veteran singer Hiromi Satō. Many of her songs appeared in video games and anime. Her stage name was given by composer Noriyasu Agematsu. She is affectionately called "Feinyan" (フェイニャン) by her fans.