One of the most awaited news is finally out! Makoto Furukawa has announced his artist debut!
Over the past few years, Furukawa has been impressing everyone with skilled vocals. As part of Café Parade, Genesis and SOARA, he’s been showing his prowess as a vocalist, equiped with a natural vibrato and silky falsetto, he managed to make a lot of people wish he’d, one day, make his solo debut.
For those of you that have been eagerly waiting for Furukawa to take on a solo road, the wait is finally over!
Makoto Furukawa is going to make his solo debut in 2018. The official announcement was made through Spacecraft‘s official twitter account (the talent agency he’s a part of). There are no details about set date of debut, if it’s going to made with a single or an album (although for a debut it’s usually a single or mini-album), nor the label that will house him. This last one will dictate the kind of music he intends to/will perform.
We’ll be following this news closely and will update any new bits of information to this article in the upcoming months.
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In 2011, I stumbled upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus". Since then I have been writing about male seiyuu music.
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