Indonesian trackmaker “Tegra*39” has released a remix version of “Yume To Hazakura” using the vocals of Singing Cosplayer Hikari! And Singing Cosplayer Hikari has released new Christmas cover song!

Since New Year’s Day 2021, Singing Cosplayer Hikari has been singing cover songs of anime songs and Vocaloid songs, cosplaying, and promoting JAPANESE culture to the world. On December 20, Hikari released her 23rd cover song video, a cover of “Silent de nani narainai” sung by Sheryl Nome starring May’n/Lanka Lee = Ai Nakajima, the image song of the anime “Macross F”.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hdrpTavwew

In addition, the cover of “Yume to Hazakura”, which was released on April 20 for worldwide music and video distribution, has been viewed over 2.2 million times on YouTube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sk-vLdquPaQ

The song has been ranked No. 1 on the Apple Music J-Pop chart in 36 countries, and No. 1 in 14 countries. “Yume to Hozakura” is a famous Vocaloid song that was first posted on Nico Nico Douga by Gekko Aoki 10 years ago, and on July 17th. On July 17 this year, the 10th anniversary of the song, Japanese music producer U-ske Asada released a 10th Anniversary Remix using the vocal soundtrack of Singing Cosplayer Hikari, and it ranked in the J-Pop charts in Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Poland.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suJJIuMjOo4

In addition, on October 20, Singing Cosplayer Hikari’s a cappella soundtrack was released, and trackmakers from all over the world who love “Yume to Hazakura” have been offering to remix the song, and several projects are currently in the works.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsUPBGcw69M

The first one is a remix of “Koplo” by Tegra*39 (YouTube channel with 100,000 subscribers and 17.7 million views), who is popular in Indonesia for remixing anime songs and J-Pop into Indonesian traditional music such as koplo, funkot, and breakbeat.

Koplo “Yume to Hazakura (Remix) – TEGRA39 feat. Singing Cosplayer Hikari”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTmhL4rfh7Y

It has been released on YouTube and is now available on music distribution sites. Please pay attention to the “Yume to Hazakura” phenomenon that is spreading around the world.

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