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Lisa!!!

Holy crap, she is just great!!! Lisa is a Japanese music artist and by far the best I have heard. Her music is so catchy and it has a happy tune to it.
So her genes are pop, rock, and anison. If you don't speak Japanese still listen to her she is amazing.
I love this picture for some weird reason she reminds me oh Nonnon from Kill la Kill.
Speaking of kill la kill that reminds me she did do songs for anime.😃
Soo...what shows did she do you ask?? Fate/Zero, Sword art Online, Day Break Illusion, Nisekoi, and The Irregular at Magic High school.
In my opinion her best album is land space. Why, you ask? Because her songs in "Land space" are all catchy fun and the lyrics really move to the beats in the song!!!🎵
Man I want to see her concert so bad. Who will give me money to go see her!?!?
Rising hope from the irregular at Magic high school. She did an amazing job on this music Video and the song. The way she sang it really brings out the meaning of the show😍
Lisa being only 28 does a great job! I give a huge thumbs up to her!!😊
The only reason I found out about her is when my crazy friend told me who did the songs for sword art online. He said she was the best and I had to check her out. So I did and I came to loving her.
Lxixsxa.com is her website it won't let me get the link.😢
So any way that's it. She's awesome. If you guys like her then make sure to tell me in the comments or fell free to message me. I'll defiantly be making some more on bands I listen to.(not just Japanese artist) But yeah if you ever go to or have been to one of Lisa's concerts make a card with a picture of the concert and be sure to tag me in it.😊
Alright Bye and keep on Rocking it!!!😍 You get music reference? No, ok. I thought it was funny.😢
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This is Lisa. Sweet Jesus!! I just started listening to her music. Her style is so original. Beautiful. Stunning. I'm in love. 😊 @gabbycalzada
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