In Oricon's most recent ranking of the "Weekly Album Sales Ranking" and "Weekly Single Sales Ranking" category, it was reported that the musical album "LEO-NiNE" and the single "Homura" took the top positions in the listings with 66,000 and 68,000 copies sold, respectively. Both releases were made by Japanese singer LiSA and Oricon's review period ran from October 12 to 18 this year.
With these results, LiSA is now the first artist to dominate the single and music album charts in the same week since Kis-My-Ft2 released the single “Ki.Su.U.Ma.I” and the music album “Good Ikuze ”in April 2013, seven years and seven months ago.
Being the singer's fifth music album, “LEO-NiNE” is priced at 5,500 yen (approximately $ 53) and includes a total of 14 songs by the artist, including her most recent singles such as “Akai Wana / ADAMAS” and “Gurenge” (15th single ”, as well as his most recent digital single entitled“ Aijou ”, which is being used for the live-action series 13.
On the other hand, “Homura”, the epic ballad composed by Yuki Kajiura, is featured as the main theme song for the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, which opened in theaters in Japan on October 16. The music video for the song had previously been published, and accumulated two million views in just 24 hours.
She is a singer, writer and lyricist born in Gifu prefecture in 1987. The singer works under the Sacra Music label of Sony Music Artists. After aspiring to become a singer very early in her life, she began her musical career as the lead singer of the indie band Chucky. After the band's separation in 2005, LiSA moved to Tokyo to begin her solo career, making her debut in 2010 singing on the Angel Beats! Series. as one of the two vocalists of the band "Girls Dead Monster".
LiSA's songs have been used for multiple animation series, notably Fate / Zero, Sword Art Online, and Kimetsu no Yaiba. Their singles regularly dominate Oricon's top downloads, with "Crossing Field" receiving a platinum certification and "Oath Sign" receiving a gold certification.
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