Oh, man. 2014 has yet to show any promise when it comes to Hello! Project… and my blogging. Everything other than those two has interested me so far this year. I don’t know guys, this is looking like a bad sign. Anyway, just recently, C-ute released their latest(yep, another double a-side), Kokoro no Sakebi wo Uta ni Shitemeta / Love take it all, this past Wednesday. From the snippets I’ve already seen, looks like more of a snoozefest…
From November – December, I set up a series of polls that were meant to showcase what you readers loved from Hello! Project in 2013. Now it’s time to share all of those results with you! So, what do you think the fans liked best?
September was quite the slow month for Hello! Project. It seemed that October was going to roll on by in a similar fashion until C-ute decided to smack us in the face with everything promotional for their upcoming double A-side, Tokai no Hitorigurashi / Ai tte Motto Zanshin.
Whoops, Kio’s a little backed up, huh? Sorry, sorry. I’ve been distracted with school and being sick, so blogging hasn’t been on top of my priority list. To add onto the load, Tsunku has decided to release all the good stuff while I was on my little “hiatus.” Thanks, Tsunku. You’re a real pal. Regardless, let’s get down to business with these PVs, previews, and covers!
Tsunku has been a busy, busy man. Gettin’ those videos up, namin’ names. Y’know, the usual. So let’s see what Tsunku has cooked up–or I should say squeezed–for us in this past week.
Finally, some good to push all this negativity aside…
Time for a new end-of-the-year series! Just as the title suggests, I’ll be choosing the best single released by Hello! Project this year. Considering H!P is an umbrella, I’ll first be hand-selecting 5 top contenders and choosing the victor from those. Ready to begin?
Oh, well hello there, Hello! Project. It’s been quite a while, huh? Honestly, nothing much has been stirring up in the H!P universe; I mean, unless you stalk the members and know every single project they do, there hasn’t been much going on. However, C-ute’s and S/mileage’s profile pictures have been updated. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Remember when Hello! Blog used to do those annual Hello! Project rankings? Well, the blog admin there, Paul, hasn’t done one of those in 2 years. So last year, I took it upon myself to make one in the summer, before Ai Takahashi had left but without including her in the ranking.