Let’s see…. First, where did I found this cute American Shounen? It’s in… FAIRY TAIL OPENING 8th!
Hahaha, have you opened the hot-link above? Actually, while I was watching Fairy Tail, I found this song interesting, because of the last sentence of the lyric!
romaji: Yappari nani itteru ka wakaranai yo ne?
means: I knew it, you don’t understand what I’m saying, right?
Hah! You will know what I meant when you read the whole lyric 🙂
Back to the topic. Who is this American Shounen? It’s JAMIL! It was said in his The Rock City Boy PV that he is 26-year-old American, has been living in Japan for 7 years, and met a certain girl 2 times in different times. So I assume that this song based on his experience about meeting the same person in different time, and he called it fate 😀 (this is merely my guessing, I don’t know the truth. Maybe someone out there will correct my guessing with comments below? 🙂 )
on July 21st 2011, he released his single Futari de Nakucha with I’m here, You’re There. And on August 3rd he finally released his first album American Shounen.
- 1.Kataomoi no Omoi kata
- 2.The Rock City Boy
- 3.Get Away feat.Lafa Taylor
- 4.Sora o Koete
- 5.Futari de Nakucha
- 6.BOKUMAMA ~Mou Hitotsu no Tanjoubi~
- 7.Fall Up
- 8.I miss you
- 9.Ookina Ki No Shita
- 10.I’m here,you’re there
- 11.Keep On
This is the shocking truth (at least for me…)
Despite not being a native speaker, JAMIL used Japanese to write the entire song. “I wrote this song with my good friend Futoshi from Aqua Timez, but I feel like this song expresses the things I really wanted to convey,” he wrote on his official blog. [Tokyohive]
Say…WHAT?! He’s actually friend with that Futoshi? I love him more!!! *smoochsmooch*
Oh and he is also a huge fan of AKB48. One of the members of AKB48 and is actually the captain, Takahashi Minami, plays in The Rock City Boy PV as a cabin attendant, shrine maiden, and college student.
Why do I know him just now?! *headbang*
But my favourite PV is Futari de Nakucha :))