Taste the rainbow. Dee Chika goes school age with a song for the childrens.. in “Nijii.”
It’s a simple wah-wah sounding ballad with piano and lots of kid drawings of rainbows and happy faces. Kids are awesome.
Sway back and forth over to Yesasia and grab Nihontte released on 9.18.2013 at Yesasia.
The fabulous Dee Chika has a blog. Read it.
School age kids with songs for the playground. Apricot is a group of 10 elementary kids with kid friendly music in “Ashita e Jump!”
It’s cool because it’s not idol-music. It’s like sing-a-long for kindergartners thru 4th grade. I have a kid.. I can relate believe it or not. We call it wholesome music.
10.16.2013 is when the single drops at itunes.JP.
Apricot is a Nayutawave artist.
Fans of SPEED and the anime Hanakappa get a double dose of fun as SPEED’s Eriko Imai sings two songs for the childrens!
Enter the world of Hanakappa in “Hanakapparade” and dance your little butt off in “Hanakapparadise!” It’s children’s music and it’s cute. Enjoy Elly’s music!
Elly (Eriko Imai)’s single is out on 11.14.2012 at Yesasia or CDJapan.
Check out Elly’s official website!
It’s hard being a thug when you’re in Kindergarden. Check out the children’s choir rap “It’s My Message” by ROWSHI. It’s rap with kids.
Enjoy the PV with a kid in a thuggie toboggan and gold chain necklace. Awesome.
This is the last track on ROWSHI’s album The OWN LIFE released 4.25.2012. So I’m assuming as a last track it’s a little more inspirational, and I expect the rest of the album to be a lot harder. Find out for yourself at CDJapan.
RRRRrrrrrr-ROWSHI’s official website.
THIS. Yes, this is the greatest thing you’ll see all day.
A theme song about a cat-duck robot thingy, sung by two brothers tied to an AFLAC commercial. Give it up to Maeda Maeda X and the “Maneki Neko Duck X no Theme.”
I gotta learn that dance and march over to Yesasia and pick up this out 2.29.2012.
Read more here and don’t forget to check out this awesome AFLAC commercial.
I’m grinning from ear to ear. I LOVE “Puff the Magic Dragon.” It even came on television this weekend on ABC Family’s Christmas weekend event. I was able to catch the end of it and show it to my son. This is such a classic animated special, and boy was I happy to hear this again this morning from Pink Martini & Saori Yuki.
AWESOME. Find this song on Pink Martini and Saori Yuki’s album 1969. The album was released 10.12.2011 and you can grab it at CDJapan. I wouldn’t be suprised if it’s on iTunes too.
Read more about this wonderful album HERE.
Get up! Get up! with T-Pistonz+KMC and their super happy children’s fun time song “Naseba Naru nosa Nanairo Tamago.” Yes, this is once again an intro to the “Inazume Eleven Go” anime.
Watch as a bunch of dudes dance in the middle of the street and do extremely silly things all for the childrens. And if all else fails in making the kids laugh, wear a fake mustache.
Get happy and buy this single out 10.26.2011 from Yesasia or CDJapan.
Get up and get over to T-Pistonz+KMC’s official website.
Well this CM makes it look like Sayonara Pony Tail has a new EP schedule for 9.7.2011 entitled “きらきらのEP.” All I do know is that it does sound purdy. Somehow this is related to a manga? Amazon.jp shows another book slated for 9.30.2011 that relates to this group.
If you like the illustrations, check out the Sayonara Pony Tail youtube channel and visit their sparkly myspace page. Also bring your dunce cap over to twitter.
Again, another one of these mysteries where I don’t find this up for preorder. Keep your eyes peeled.
Mononoke Records releases children’s music or something which sounds like medieval minstral music and Irish jigs. What?
Listen to the tracks from their 3rd album out 6.22.2011. Preorder it from Amazon.jp.
Read more about Mononoke records HERE and follow them on twitter.
Why here is a nice little song for the children… that looks like its sung BY the children (like an elementary school of girls aged 5-12 by the looks of it.) The song “Message” is the first single off Sakura Gakuin’s album Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo – message out 3.23.2011. Yesasia and CDJapan will help you bring in the chorus.
All smiles are at Sakura Gakuin’s official website.