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CrimsonReapers
Posted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:09 pm Reply with quote
Koisuru Kimochi
Koisuru Kimochi Joined: 15 Oct 2007 Posts: 230 Location: MALAYSIA
Ever since dalo introduced Hilcrhyme to me, I have been kind of hooked to them lately.
So far Ive managed to dug up some info on them from sites.

<From Wiki>
Hilcrhyme (ヒルクライム, Hirukuraimu) is a Japanese two member hip-hop group. They are best known for their 2009 hit song "Shunkashūtō," which has been certified for 1,000,000 cellphone digital downloads and 1,000,000 ringtone downloads separately. The group was named the New Artist of the Year at the 24th Japan Gold Disc Awards.

The band's name is a pun on the Japanese pronunciation of hillclimb and the word rhyme.

Hilcrhyme first met when Toc performed at a regular music event called Nettaiya, organised by DJ Katsu. After the event finished in 2005, the pair focused working together as a duo, mostly centring their activities around Niigata.

MC TOC (lead singer/rapper)
Birthplace : Niigata Prefecture, Japan
DOB : October 4th 1981
Blood type : A
Hobbies : Snowboarding, Billiard/Pool

DJ KATSU
Birthplace : Niigata Prefecture, Japan
DOB: November 17th 1979
Blood type : B
Hobbies : Snowboarding, cars

So far the single releases they have are :

Mou Bai Bai/もうバイバイ - July 23rd 2008/December 2nd 2009
Junya To Manami/純也と真菜実 - July 15th 2009
Shunkashuutou/春夏秋冬 - November 30th 2009
Daijoubu/大丈夫 - April 28th 2010
Rūzurīfu/ルーズリーフ - June 2nd 2010
Travel Machine/トラヴェルマシン - September 22nd 2010



<From Wiki>
The pair's first official release together came in March 2007, when they released Nettaiya, a demo album. In July 2008, the group released their debut single, "Mō Byebye," independently through Nao Plan management. Hilcrhyme debuted as a major label artist a later, under Universal.

The group's second major label single, "Shunkashūtō," became a massive digital hit in Japan and bringing the group to fame. It has currently sold more than 1,000,000 cellphone digital downloads, 1,000,000 ringtone downloads and 100,000 PC downloads.[1][2] Since then, the band's next single (a re-release of "Mō Byebye") and their debut single, "Jun'ya to Manami," have been certified for being downloaded more than 100,000 times as a cellphone download.

Their song "Loose Leaf" was selected as the theme of the 2010 drama adaption of manga Flunk Punk Rumble, becoming their first drama tie-in theme song.
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