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ASCA

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Michishirube ASCA 03:43
CHAIN ASCA 04:02
Resister ASCA 03:47
KUNOICHI BURNOUT SYNDROMES, ASCA 03:39
Shanghai Serenade ASCA 03:46
Watashi ga Warau Wake ha ASCA 03:58
Rinne ASCA 04:13
Ageru ASCA 03:53
Carpe Diem ASCA 03:57
Kimigamitayumenomonogatari ASCA 04:21

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Biografía

Japanese pop singer Asca (born on 5 September 1996 in Achi Prefecture) first gained national prominence in 2013 after finishing as a finalist at the 5th Animax All-Japan Ainsong Grand Prix, a Japanese anime competition organised by Animax. Her performance led to a one-year contract with music label Media Factory and her professional debut followed. "Prime Number: Kimi to Deaeru Hi" (Prime number ~君と出会える日~) was released in March 2013 and used as the second ending theme to the anime television series The Pet Girl of Sakurasou. However, she decided to put her singing career on ice in order to focus on her high school studies, returning to music in 2016 with mini-album Days and signing to Sacra Music in 2017. She debuted her new Asca namesake with 2017 song "Rust" and follow-up single "Koe," used as the second ending theme to the anime television series Fate/Apocrypha. She has since put out a string of anime-related singles, reaching number 14 on Japan's Oricon chart with 2019 single "Resister," used as the second opening theme of anime Sword Art Online: Alicization, and unleashing her first album Hyakkaryōran (百花繚乱, Hundred Songs) in November 2019. Eighth single "Howling" was released in 2020 as the title track for the opening theme to the second season of the anime series The Irregular at Magic High School. In 2023, she performed "Rinne," the ending theme song of the second season of the anime series Edens Zero, which was released as a single in April 2023.