Kana Nishino (西野 カナ, Nishino Kana?, born March 18, 1989 in Matsusaka, Mie, Japan) is a J-Pop singer and lyricist signed with SME Records' Newcome Inc. She debuted on February 20, 2008, with the single "I". CNN said that she was the favorite singer of teenage girls in Shibuya, Tokyo, signalling Sony's jump on the bandwagon effect started by Avex.
Rita (理多?, born March 25) is a Japanese voice actress, singer, and lyricist from Osaka, Japan. The majority of her work is dealt with adult visual novels. She was also the singer for all the vocal music in Key's visual novel Little Busters!, as well as Liar-soft's "Steampunk" series.
Takashi Matsumoto (松本隆, Matsumoto Takashi?, born July 16, 1949 in Aoyama, Tokyo) is a Japanese lyricist and former musician. He was a member of the pioneering rock band Happy End, for which he played the drums and wrote lyrics. Before Happy End he was in the short-lived but influential psychedelic rock band Apryl Fool, going by the alias Reiji Matsumoto.
Gorō Matsui (松井 五郎, Matsui Gorō?) is a Japanese lyricist born 11 December 1957 in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, though he considers Tokyo to be his hometown. Beginning with participation in the Yamaha Popular Song Contests, he made his debut writing the lyrics for the 1981 Chage and Aska album Hot Wind (熱風, Neppū?).
Shoko Fujibayashi (藤林 聖子, Fujibayashi Shōko?, born February 18, 1972) is a Japanese lyricist who has written the lyrics for several tokusatsu television series' theme songs. Most recently, Fujibayashi has worked with Shuhei Naruse on the soundtracks of Kamen Rider Den-O, Kamen Rider Kiva, and their films. She has also worked with Nana Mizuki, May'n, BoA, Ken Hirai, Sowelu, Mikuni Shimokawa, Crystal Kay, Beni Arashiro, Issa of Da Pump, Lead, and Miho Kanno.
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