Anime NYC 2018: Japanese Singer nano!

nano is a Japanese American singer born in New York City. nano sings in both the Japanese and English language and started her music career as a cover artist posting recorded renditions online. Her covers consisted of songs from Vocaloid artist, anime and Avril Lavigne, she also sung English covers for many Japanese songs.

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New York Comic Con 2018: Overview

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Soulcial Dreamin’ Entertainment attended New York Comic Convention (NYCC) at the Jacob K. Javits Center. This year NYCC collaborated together with Anime Expo to create Anime Fest,  a new convention that was located at Pier 94.  Continue reading

Steve Conte Panel at J1-Con 2018

I was able to see Steve Conte at J1-Con but it was not what I expected. Steve Conte is an American musician, music producer, guitarist, songwriter, and the lead singer of his own band: Steve Conte NYC. I was hoping to see a concert and here some of his music but, it turned out to be a Q & A panel. It was a very intimate setting and I was able to learn a lot about him and his career. Continue reading

Marina Kawano performance at AnimeNEXT 2018

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Marina Kawano

Marina Kawano is a singer from Fukuoka, Japan. Her music career began in 2010 after winning the 4th Animax All-Japan Anisong Grand Prix, since then she’s been featured on various Anime opening/ending theme most recently the main theme and ending theme for Square Enix “NieR: Automata” during the show we learned that this was the first time she has performed in the States. Continue reading

Trilingual Mash-Up Chancellor & G.Soul

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Singer-songwriter and producer Chancellor (bandana) recently dropped a new installment to his Chancellor Day Cover project. This one features fellow Singer G.Soul, whom I’ve followed for a number of years.

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Amber Got Bangers

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When F(X) officially debut back 2009, I fucked wit them.  As time passed, and the way the K-Pop industry works, with the influx of boy and girl bands that would follow.  F(X) sort of faded into the background.

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