Japanese hip hop

PaRappa The rapper had an anime ?!

[ad_1] PaRappa the Rapper, released worldwide for PlayStation in 1997, is one of the most popular and beloved rhythm games of all time. PaRappa the Rapper (or PaRappa Rappā) aired on Fuji TV in Japan from April 2001 to January 2002 and ran for 30 episodes. Copies of the DVDs …

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Cowboy Bebop Vs Samurai Champloo: Which Is Better?

[ad_1] These two fantastic Shinichiro Watanabe anime are often compared but which one is really better than the other? Cowboy Bebop is a must-have for any anime fan’s collection. Even some people who aren’t normally anime fans still recognize it as a masterpiece of both storytelling and animation. It is …

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‘Takeshi’, ‘Timepass’ and Jaaved Jaaferi

[ad_1] Takeshi Castle was an extremely silly Japanese game show from the late 1980s, hosted by future filmmaker Takeshi ‘Beat’ Kitano, featuring a series of competitions that most often ended with participants in mud or water or in flat on the back. It seems an unlikely candidate for cult status …

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Best songs of 2021 so far

[ad_1] Believe it or not, 2021 is already about halfway. From an unorthodox Grammy award ceremony to tour announcements, the music industry seems to be slowly but steadily getting back on its feet. With brighter skies ahead, there’s no shortage of great music to help weather the storm. Below, we’ve …

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What a long and strange journey it has been

[ad_1] As Sonoma County concert halls navigate the reopening of live music, there is a lot of anticipation, excitement, anxiety and just plain ENERGY! You have thousands of people SO eager to hear music live again and you have hundreds of musicians eager to come out and deliver it. I …

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Hot Properties June 2021 | Projections

[ad_1] Programming profile Hot Properties Playlist for June 2021 06-02-2021 Change is in the air with the advent of June and the slow easing of Covid-19 restrictions in many territories, but some trends refuse to disappear from C21’s Hot Properties playlist for this month. Crime drama has been in vogue …

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Here’s where to go in June

[ad_1] We’ve endured a summer without a lot of live music in 2020, but the local music scene is coming back to life this season with bands booking concerts left and right across town. Get ready for singing, dancing, outdoors, happy hours, great food, shared camaraderie, and musical talent of …

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YCK district continues to grow

[ad_1] Small bars around Sydney Streets in York, Clarence and Kent continue to give the newly launched neighborhood a boost, launching Night Over Light; a series of 76 events in 15 bars as part of this year’s all-new Sydney Solstice celebration. From June 8 to 20, the YCK District aims …

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Lindsay Lohan to star in Netflix holiday romance

[ad_1] Lindsay Lohan to be Netflix’s next Christmas romantic comedy star, says Variety. The streaming service has produced several popular vacation-themed films over the past few years, including Jingle jangle, A christmas prince, and Holidate. Now, with Lohan as the new frontrunner, Netflix is ​​giving Hallmark Channel a run for …

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18 Fun Facts About Darren Barnet

[ad_1] Get to know this charming actor. 1. For starters, Darren Barnet portrays Paxton Hall-Yoshida in the Netflix original series I have never. Michael Bezjian / Getty Images 2. He is a 90s baby and celebrated his 30th birthday on April 27. Rodin Eckenroth / Getty Images 4. Her first …

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Japanese promoters try to restart live concerts

[ad_1] Developers in Japan are currently in dire straits due to the protracted COVID-19 pandemic. Ticket sales lost due to cancellations and postponements of the pandemic totaled approximately $ 333 million (36.3 billion yen) in 2020. Earlier this month, Japan extended a emergency state until the end of May for …

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CHAI on new album ‘WINK’ and Neo-Kawaii

[ad_1] When CHAI performs live again, “FINISHCould be their reintroduction. One of the best manifestations of their buzzing energy, sometimes banana, on all WINK, the Japanese group’s third and final album, it is confident and overflowing with shameless challenge, animated by a sonic rhythm with a purpose to dance. The …

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amNY Weekender: 7 Things to Do in New York

[ad_1] Subscribe to our NY Politics Newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Friday April 30 KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature: The New York Botanical Gardens are home to the work of contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, who draws …

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Justin Bieber sparkles for wearing dreads

[ad_1] Justin Bieber has been charged with cultural appropriation – again – for wearing dreads. On Sunday April 25, the “Peaches” singer debuted her new hairstyle on Instagram. Social media users immediately flooded her comments section and told her why the style is considered cultural appropriation when a white person …

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Avex of Japan launches US operation

[ad_1] Often regarded as the fourth major label in the Japanese music industry, Avex Group held 8.6% of the Japanese music market as of 2019, placing it in third place behind Sony Music and Universal Japan. The company was planning to cut back on operations in recent months, including selling …

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Michelle Zauner of Philly’s Japanese Breakfast Has New Memoir Born of Sorrow and New Album Full of Joy | Entertainment

[ad_1] PIHLADELPHIA – Before Michelle Zauner wrote “Crying in H Mart,” her magnificent memoir about grief, food and her Korean American identity, she had already created two works of art about the loss of her mother, Chongmi, from the cancer in 2014: the Japanese Breakfast albums “Psychopomp” and “Soft Sounds …

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