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Wakeshima Kanon

Wakeshima Kanon promoting odd sting & intrigue (2019)

Wakeshima Kanon (分島花音) is a Japanese singer-songwriter and cellist. She debuted in 2008 as a gothic lolita artist with the single "still doll" (Vampire Knight ending theme song). Her early works were produced by famed Malice Mizer/Moi dix Mois guitarist and musician, Mana. In 2012, Kanon signed with Warner Home Video.

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Information

Wakeshima started playing the cello when she was three. In junior high school she was part of musical ensemble groups as well as a cello duo group. Her first time performing on-stage as a vocalist came during her senior year at high school at the school cultural festival. Later on, she entered a Sony audition to and managed to become one of the finalists. She was signed to DefSTAR Records, and she debuted in 2008 with the Mana-produced single "still doll".

Discography

Wakeshima Kanon promoting "still doll" (2008)
Wakeshima Kanon promoting "Foul Play ni Kurari / Sakura Meikyuu" (2012)
Wakeshima Kanon promoting "Kimi wa Soleil" (2015)
Wakeshima Kanon promoting luminescence Q.E.D (2016)
Wakeshima Kanon promoting DECADE (2018)

Albums

Best Album

Mini-Albums

Singles

Other Singles

Digital Singles

Compilations / Other

Works

Music

Cello
Lyrics, Music
Production

Trivia

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