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7 Must-listen releases in 2016

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With 2016 coming to an end it's unavoidable to look back at the year and assess what were the releases that really stood out and the ones that didn't. This was a rather eventful year in the business. There were a lot of debuts, be it from units to solo artists; there were also plenty of comebacks to rejoice....

Seiyuu Digest #27 – Kenichi Suzumura

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One of the most loved seiyuu in Japan, Kenichi Suzumura, is the target for this Seiyuu Digest.

Anime greenlit for Tsukino-Pro’s units!

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SolidS
Tsukino-Pro, talent agency known for their unique and insanely talented units: SolidS, SOARA, GROWTH and the rookies QUELL, have announced that an anime adaptation is greenlit. TSUKIPRO THE ANIMATION TVアニメ化企画始動! SolidS、QUELL、SOARA、Growth。 4組の個性溢れる音楽と、それにまつわるドラマを描く、 日常系音楽アニメが始動します!https://t.co/SyAQyuQkiV #プロアニ pic.twitter.com/xEiG1LYF32 — ツキノ芸能プロダクション (@tsukino_pro) 4 de dezembro de 2016 For those that don't know, the four units are the following: SolidS Consists of Takuya Eguchi, Soma Saito, Natsuki Hanae and Yuiichiro Umehara. SOARA Consists of Toshiyuki Toyonaga, Yuki...

[VOTE NOW] Best single/album in the second half of 2016

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As we reach the end of the year and everyone starts thinking about Christmas and New Years', we at The Hand That Feeds HQ bring you our last part of the poll to nominate the finalists for January's final poll: Best album of 2016 Best single by a solo artist in 2016 Best single by a unit/band in 2016 The...

Miyu Irino to put his career on hiatus in 2017

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Miyu Irino has announced on Kiramune's official website that he's going to put his career on halt in 2017. To celebrate the release of his new album "DARE TO DREAM", Irino wrote a post on his blog "Jiyucho" (hosted in the Kiramune website) informing fans that he's decided to take a break from his career to purse his studies. After the end of...

Seiyuu Digest #26 – Daisuke Ono

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Daisuke Ono Seiyuu Digest 26
Daisuke Ono is virtually everywhere, and in every single place he's shown what he's capable of: memorable performances.

Kenichi Suzumura paving new territory with song featured on new The Sims 4 expansion pack

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Well, that's a first one for a seiyuu. Lantis has announced that Kenichi Suzumura is going to be your sims' favorite artist around. The multi-talented seiyuu is featured in the latest The Sims 4 expansion pack "City Living". Alongside labelmates ZAQ, Sayaka Sasaki and Shuhei Kita, Suzumura has also re-recorded his song in "simlish" (the game's fictional language). The chosen song was "Ships",...

Seiyuu Digest #25 – Katsuyuki Konishi

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Seiyuu Digest #25 - Katsuyuki Konishi
Japan's number one aniki, Katsuyuki Konishi. Owner of one of the classiest and most charming honeyed voices in the seiyuu industry, he graces Seiyuu DIgest.

Seiyuu Digest #24 – Kenji Nojima

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This month we return with the amazingly talented Kenji Nojima, a seiyuu with a lot to offer however he's a little underrated.

Seiyuu Digest #23 – Hideo Ishikawa

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Seiyuu Digest 23 Hideo Ishikawa
For a lot of anime fans, he's a big name, having under his belt one of the most iconic characters in mainstream shounen anime. This month we dive into Hideo Ishikawa's career.

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