Broccoli unveil details on “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ai Mikaze”

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The cover art for Ai Mikaze‘s entry in the ongoing Idol song CD series is out.

Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ai Mikaze is scheduled to be released on 10/03/2021.

This release is going to be available in A and B editions.

The cover art is the following for each edition:

A edition
B edition

The tracklist is the following for each edition:

Version A

1 - ラヴ・エボル
2 - Dream Maker
3 - ラヴ・エボル *off vocal
4 - Dream Maker *off vocal
5 - スペシャルコメント「ラヴ・エボル」

Version B

1 - Dream Maker
2 - ラヴ・エボル
3 - Dream Maker *off vocal 
4 - ラヴ・エボル *off vocal
5 - スペシャルコメント「Dream Maker」

Pre-orders at CDJAPAN come with the following bonus:

First Press Detailspecial packaging

Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ai Mikaze is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

 
 

Source: Uta no Prince Sama official website

2 COMMENTS

    • Thanks for your comment, Sakura.

      For starters, different music labels.
      That, in itself, is a massive change, as Lantis (IDOLiSH7) is quite adamant on having their artists’ music available on streaming platforms worldwide on day 1 of releases. At least, that’s the rule with their artists (not so much with 2D music projects).

      IDOLiSH7 however seem to have a different status for Lantis because they are the only 2D music project signed with/distributed by them to have all music available worldwide. For example, SideM’s songs are not available worldwide (yet).

      However, I believe the big reason why Utapri’s music is not available worldwide is due to licensing issues.

      Quite possibly Broccoli hasn’t licensed their music to overseas streaming platforms/online stores yet (in a way they have licensed their music overseas, otherwise Shining Live smartphone game English/overseas server wouldn’t be possible).

      I’d like to say it’s a question of time until Broccoli makes the music available to overseas fans. Then again, they still haven’t made available worldwide Shouta Aoi’s music from his time as SHOWTA., so…
      If it was King Records, the music would already be available (that’s my guess) but it’s Broccoli calling the shots so, we have to wait.

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