New PV Alert: Yamamoto Marin – Lovin’ Place

Former Cheeky Parade member Yamamoto Marin works her second solo single into your ears with “Lovin’ Place”. Gentle strums on the guitar accompany Marin’s voice as she leans against her vehicle in a car park. The laid back melody plays soulful, genuine sounds that I would mind playing in my quieter moments. The arrangement picks up steam as Marin walks through the garage to the exit and finally past the camera that’s been tracking her for the entire PV. “Lovin’ Place” puts Marin’s talent in the forefront, and is on sale now.

Yamamoto Marin

Yamamoto Marin (山本真凜, born June 11, 1997) is a Japanese singer and dancer. Formerly a member of the iDOL Street group CHEEKY PARADE, Marin began working as a first-year student in the “Dance Style Kids”, a-nation act dancer, and SMAP live kids dancer. As a member of CHEEKY PARADE, Marin performed abroad in New York, Los Angeles, and Paris. In 2016, Marin went on a two year hiatus in Los Angeles along with fellow Cheeky Parade member Suzuki Mariya and GEM member Takeda Maaya. While in Los Angeles for two years, Marin studied vocal and dance and graduated from Santa Monica College. In 2019, Yamamoto Marin began performing in Japan as a soloist who combines expressive power and global experience with a clear singing voice.
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