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“Our songs often have spiritual messages. When I write that kind of lyrics, I feel like someone else is teaching me. I don’t know why but I can easily write about a feeling or experience that I have never had.” – Rheason Love
When you answer a “singing job for video game music” ad in Japan you never know where it might take you. For Nao Otokura aka “Rheason Love” one fateful ad launched a career of singing and songwriting that took her from her home in Osaka all the way to the US. Teamed with the upcoming producer AKI (aka Akinori Ishiyama) the two have released several of their songs on iTunes with hopes and plans for finding a major label for their music in 2010.
So if you’re looking for some soulful music with much to say about life and death, come take a listen to the duo who say “I am Japanese and respect American music, so I wanna try in America, I wanna send out my music alongside those I respect. Even if people say I’m reckless, I should sing in a place that I think is the greatest.”
On January 23, 2010 Rheason Love and AKI were kind enough to give an interview to J-Pop World. Rheason Love Interview