hey umm. see im really into Jpop now but ummm. i dont see any for christians... i mean ive seen japanese christian rock so why not pop? but umm yeah... i was wondering if any of you guys have seen any or want to help me make the first christian Jpop song? i mean i already got one guy wanting to do it but IDK where to start...so ummm. could yall help me with that?...
Posted 06 August 2015 - 03:06 AM
I'll be on the look out but this shows for starters why their may not be and how their culture is and what they are taught. Good that they spread the word of God then a fat man that doesn't believe in Jesus Christ but luck and idols.
Posted 06 August 2015 - 03:12 PM
Can't say I really know of much Eagle, being as Japan has had religious issues for... hundreds of years, perhaps? with buddhism being the chief religion there, Christians are actually not a very big margin of society (apparently a little less than 1% of the population.), so I would imagine that demand is not high, some of the closest you might get is anime openings and closings, like for the "ah my goddess" OAVs, (despite the name, the original 90's OAV's main characters called such, are more appropriately angels as they all work for "Kami-sama", and have a form and function that is essentially angelic and decidedly not those of female deities, it is about as close to a Christian anime as you can get.) or the "Ai Yori Aoshi" opening and closing songs, they're Love songs, primarily, which seems about as close as one can get. Beyond that, I can't say I know of any jpop Christian music at all.
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Posted 10 August 2015 - 07:28 AM
It doesn't matter how well you know the Japanese language, your pop song is not J-pop unless you actually make it in Japan. Just like an animated series produced outside of Japan will never be a Japanimation.
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Posted 04 April 2016 - 06:44 PM
erm i think this may just be like an add or something, but either way i do like that stuff so thanks and such
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