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  • Avatar för nDroae
    Whoah, you're... constructively using this shoutbox to help people find good music!? That's not how tag shoutboxes are supposed to work! They're meant to be 100% nonstop bitching! :)
  • Avatar för MeltingCORE-NEO
    @Seperat0r - Probably not what you're looking for but DeviceHigh has a deep house song called Dancin' Joker. And not Japanese, but if you like deep house and lounge, check out the singer Aya. Her song "Looking for the Sun" is delicious.
  • Avatar för MeltingCORE-NEO
    @xStrikeBassProx - Um yeah, let me guess, all you know is Perfume and AKB48? And that's who you're using to judge and categorize all J-Pop? Okay, first of all, there's plenty of Japanese female singers who're considered J-Pop that are fabulous. Go get yourself some MELL, 島みやえい子 (Eiko Shimamiya), Lia, 壱岐尾彩花 (Ayaka Ikio), globe, and angela. Secondly, since you seem to like rock, go check out 電気式華憐音楽集団 (Denkare) and 妖精帝國 (Yousei Teikoku). Both bands have lead female singers that kick ass.
  • Avatar för love-universe
    YOSHIKO SAI (佐井好子) ♥♥♥
  • Avatar för YENChreme
  • Avatar för revendark94
    @xStrikeBassProx: if you like ballad, try Rythem; Shibata Jun
  • Avatar för xStrikeBassProx
    Can somebody recommend me one good artist from this genre that doesn't suck? I know it's hard but c'mon,have to be at least one.
  • Avatar för Nicci00
    @Seperat0r Jazztronic or Fantastic Plastic Machine are good starts for what are you looking for.
  • Avatar för Seperat0r
    Someone recommend me some J-Pop with like a deep-house, sunken bass, early 2000s, lounge type of feel. I know I've heard it before I just can't pin down any artists.
  • Avatar för Eyris_
    Good j-pop is better than k-pop, but there isn't a lot of good j-pop.
  • Avatar för wacreans
    Wa Creans is Japanese music label. http://wacreans.com/ I recommend my label artists. Sounds like: abstract, soundscape, trip hop, jazz, Japanese picturesque scenery & rhythm. Relax and enjoy.
  • Avatar för luanbs17
    Can someone send me the instrumental version of Pump Up! music from group Up Up Girls ?
  • Avatar för spacedragons
    @bawitback How is 'j-pop racist? It just denotes a genre defined by a particular location. It's like saying that 'britpop' or 'Hungarian Folk Dance' is racist as well.
  • Avatar för bawitback
    this term is racist
  • Avatar för ConnardNinja
    perfume is boring
  • Avatar för homemduvida
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/J-music/212507485618331?ref=settings like? plz
  • Avatar för SombreFloe
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  • Avatar för Madrangue
    @l_Solution45_l Check out Akiko Shikata.
  • Avatar för l_Solution45_l
    why can't there be more artists like Kalafina
  • Avatar för leumaspipiluv
    For all you SCANDAL FANS out there, there's an upcoming J-Pop Concert on the 1st of December 2012 at the KL Live - Concert Hall. The Concert is in line with the 30th Anniversary of Look East Policy between Japan & Malaysia which is part of a yearlong celebration being held and the concert showcases Japan’s current Top Female All Girl Band – “SCANDAL” in their SCANDAL SPECIAL LIVE IN MALAYSIA 2012 CONCERT. The concert which starts off at 8.00pm will also feature one local opening act under the same music label. This is first time, the artiste known as SCANDAL will be performing in Malaysia and it will be a great opportunity for all their Malaysian Fans to catch them performing LIVE here. The Concert will be part of their promotions tour for the Album “Queens are trumps - Kirifuda wa Queen” which will be launched by SONY Music Malaysia on the 1st week of November 2012. Tickets can be purchased online or at stores via: www.ticketpro.com.my.
  • Avatar för marsprophet
    Same here, YesAsia for sure.
  • Avatar för csaleris
    I use Yesasia, they're the cheapest.
  • Avatar för Madrangue
    [artist]Kokia[/artist] seems to be a good choice indeed. As for romantic music such as trip-hop, new age and slower pop, I recommend [artist]Ferri[/artist], [artist]Caroline[/artist], [url=http://www.last.fm/music/書上奈朋子]Nahoko Kakiage[/url], [artist]Jack or Jive[/artist] (Chako Hattori) and [artist]Olivia[/artist]. They're all amazing, though most of them also sound pretty melancholic. You may also like [artist]Cocco[/artist], [url=http://www.last.fm/music/石橋優子]Yuko Ishibashi[/url], [url=http://www.last.fm/music/菅井えり]Eri Sugai[/url], [url=http://www.last.fm/music/黒石ひとみ]Hitomi Kuroishi[/url] and [artist]Rurutia[/artist].
  • Avatar för Ustareth
  • Avatar för eleeme_
    Can someone recomend me some jpop to me too? something slow, romantic like... no ladygaga like nor similar... pretty please :3
  • Avatar för greeeener
    And, as far as I'm aware of, J-Pop means Pop music sung in Japanese (and not pop music made by Japanese singers, exclusively).
  • Avatar för bakaneko90
    No BoA doesn't belong because every Korean bands sings in Japanese...
  • Avatar för bleachgeek4973
    lol @ RADWIMPS being tagged as this. Seriously bro?
  • Avatar för guiilhermee
  • Avatar för greeeener
    BoA is Korean but she sings pop music in Japanese as well. So yeah, she belongs here.
  • Avatar för BarneyJWY
    lol Boa?
  • Avatar för Madrangue
    J-noise is better.
  • Avatar för Mercenarion
    Boris did release a J-pop album last year, so they qualify.
  • Avatar för jeanalisson2006
    O.o isn't Boa korean?
  • Avatar för PurplePostRock
    Ayumi Hamasaki ♥
  • Avatar för XHeartXFingers
    "Hummm, i prefer brutal death metal :)" wow you are so original and special teach me how to be you plz
  • Avatar för alexyacosta
    I love both J-Pop and K-Pop. [10]
  • Avatar för Lupin1112
    I love both J-Pop and K-Pop. [9]
  • Avatar för Toshi_0
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  • Avatar för Ennobxi
    I love both J-Pop and K-Pop. [8]
  • Avatar för KeithLew
    Check out this new artist! http://www.last.fm/group/Santa+Leja+Group
  • Avatar för TarantulaEyes
    Why do people feel they need to announce they love Japanese pop and Korean pop...?
  • Avatar för aibom
    "Gotta love the fans of this who bash American pop." I know that was sarcasm, but you have to understand part of why that happens. A lot of people who do this, do this because they live in the United States of America where American pop is shoved down their throats by every corporate and advertising outlet on a daily basis. Also, Jpop tends to offer them a slightly different style of pop than what they are sick of being forced to listen to out and about in their local towns or cities. Also, American pop and any pop under the RIAA pretty much dominate the entire world media, that's way too much exposure than is particularly healthy. While Jpop is a bit on the underloved side. Really, any pop that isn't in English is on the underloved side. People can call people who like Jpop better than American pop weeaboos or whatever other term all they like, but the frustration in wanting something different because you're constantly shoved the same down your throat is understandable.
  • Avatar för Kebab_Holokaust
    Hummm, i prefer brutal death metal :)
  • Avatar för pachycruz
    hola my buena la music
  • Avatar för TarantulaEyes
    Ehhh, Japanese pop is technically different from American pop. But is it different enough? Not really... *stares at 倖田來未, BoA, and 安室奈美恵*
  • Avatar för esdraschagas
    I love both J-Pop and K-Pop. [7]


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