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K3LTR0N is a 18 year old female specializing in the areas of opera, J-Pop, kittens, and is the “founder” of the music genre known as Japanese Puppystep. She also is well known in the animation community for her famous flash animations which feature kittens and clock characters from the group known as the Clock Crew. Before making it big in the Opera J-Pop Kitten music industry, she sang in her high school choir and released many solo albums for holidays such as Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Her first major album, English Covers of Japanese Songs Name Not Final, was a huge hit among the internet community and is the first of the English Covers of Japanese Songs Name Pending series. The album featured covers of songs created for the popular vocaloid singer Miku Hatsune. The most popular song on the album was Rolling Girl, which was created by the famous Vocaloid artist Wowaka, followed by the song Reverse Rainbow. The album peaked the top of the charts with a whopping 50 downloads. Following this hit album, in July of 2010 K3LTR0N released English Covers of Japanese Songs Name Semifinal. This CD included ANTI THE INFINITE HOLiC, and Meltown Hard R-K Mix. Songs on this album were originally sang by the two vocaloids Megurine Luka and Kagamine Len. K3LTR0N has yet to release the final installment of the English Covers of Japanese Songs Name Pending series.

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  • kittytwinklez


    10 Feb 12:39am Reply
  • pantherparty

    man when is the pupstep comp coming out. i want to hear my contribution again

    19 Jun 2012 Reply
  • GamSlav

    Goddamn, after all these years, you still have the best Japanese Puppystep and Kittens music. None of those copycat bands can even BEGIN to comprehend the true essence of Puppystep.

    16 Aug 2011 Reply
  • kittytwinklez


    28 Jun 2010 Reply