Rising J-pop singer-songwriter Fujii Kaze to release 2nd album “LOVE ALL SERVE ALL” on March 23
The jacket photo and details of the songs included in Fujii Kaze's new album “LOVE ALL SERVE ALL” were announced today.
By: Jei Beltrano on February 18, 2022 at 21:11 PHT (GMT+8)
24-year old rising Japanese pop singer-songwriter Fujii Kaze is set to release his highly anticipated second album "LOVE ALL SERVE ALL" on March 23, 2022. The album will contain 11 tracks, with six new songs added to the previously released “Hedemo Ne-Yo,” “Seishun Sick,” “Tabiji” and “Kirari” (streamed over 200 million times) and “MO-EH-YO,” the number the breakout star performed live as a surprise on the year-end 72nd NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen.
The limited first edition of the album will come with a CD entitled LOVE ALL COVER ALL, featuring piano covers of 11 songs and a 52-page photo booklet. The artist also unveiled his new photo to accompany the upcoming release.
About Fujii Kaze
Fujii Kaze is a Japanese singer-songwriter under the music agency Universal Sigma. He was born on June 14, 1997 in Okayama, Japan. He started practicing classical piano when he was little after being influenced by his father and pursued his musical career officially in 2019 when he released his first studio album, "Help Ever Hurt Never" in 2020, which peaked at number two on the Oricon Albums Chart.
Source: Billboard Japan
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