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Sayuri – Koukai no uta (7th Single)
November 27, 2019
1st album “Mikazuki no Kyori” won 1st place in Oricon album chart daily and 3rd place in weekly, RADWIMPS / Yojiro Noda, “Hularegai Girl” by song provision & production and “My Rey Mei” collaboration song with MY FIRST STORY The 7th single of Sayuri, a 2.5-dimensional parallel singer / songwriter who boasts tremendous popularity, especially among men and women in their 20s and 20s. This work has been selected as the ED theme for the fourth series of the popular TV anime “My Hero Academia”. The world of “Hiroaka”, which sang the hope and determination of the voyage of “still beyond”, and the “now” of Sayuri and the debut single “Mikazuki”, the first album “Mikazuki’s voyage” A song that illuminates Sayuri’s “still beyond”. (C) RS
1stアルバム『ミカヅキの航海』がオリコンアルバムチャートデイリー1位、ウイークリー3位を獲得、RADWIMPS・野田洋次郎、楽曲提供&プロデュースによる「フラレガイガール」やMY FIRST STORYとのコラボ曲「レイメイ 」も話題になるなど、10代&20代男女を中心に絶大な人気を誇る2.5次元パラレルシンガーソングライター“酸欠少女”さユりの7thシングル。本作は大人気TVアニメ『僕のヒーローアカデミア』の第4期シリーズのEDテーマに決定。“それでもの先”の航海への希望と覚悟を歌った『ヒロアカ』の世界とさユりの“今”と覚悟がシンクロした、デビューシングル「ミカヅキ」、1stアルバム「ミカヅキの航海」とひと繋ぎとなるさユりの“それでもの先”を照らす楽曲。 (C)RS[note: translation via Google Translate]
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Sayuri (さユり, born June 7, 1996) is a Japanese musician, singer and songwriter from Fukuoka. In 6th grade, Sayuri was impressed by the fact that, despite being idols, Kanjani Eight formed a band. They inspired her to take up guitar as a hobby. Sayuri began composing music during her second year of junior high school, aspiring to the lyrics and songwriting of Kanjani Eight. Afterwards, under the name Asuka, she joined an acoustic duo called LONGTAL based in Fukuoka, she started performing in the streets and live houses of places like Hiroshima, Osaka, and Nagoya. By this time, she had dropped out of high school. In 2012, as part of LONGTAL, Sayuri was awarded the Grand Prix at the finals of the fifth Music Revolution, a competition sponsored by Yamaha Music. Afterwards, she became active as an indie artist. She adopted the name Sanketsu Shōjo Sayuri (酸欠少女さユり, lit. “Hypoxia Girl Sayuri”) which is symbolic of her calling herself a 2.5-dimensional parallel singer-songwriter. Sayuri moved to Tokyo in 2013. She held her first solo live in March 2015 at Tsutaya O-East in Tokyo. Later that year, Sayuri made her major debut at 18, performing the ending theme song for Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace.
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