BECCA’S US DEBUT EP TO STREET ON SEPTEMBER 29, FULL CD COMING IN EARLY 2010
September 3, 2009 by Dennis Amith
Signing with Sony Music Japan in 2008, a self-described “rock chick” who was singing before she learned to walk, Portland, OR, native Becca’s gets set to conquer the states with the release of her five-song EP “Kickin’ & Screamin'” out in September 29th (Tue) to be followed by her debut album ALIVE!! in 2010, both distributed by Sony’s RED.
This EP includes her smash hit debut single “I’m ALIVE!” and Japanese hit-anime series BLACK BUTLER’s opening theme “Guilty Pleasure” and more!.
EP Title: Kickin’ & Screamin’
Release Date: 09/29/09′ (Digital Release)
1. I’m ALIVE!
2. Guilty Pleasure
3. Kickin’ & Screamin’
4. Lose You Now
(+ Bonus Video)
Two of the album’s songs, “Guilty Pleasure” and “Falling Down,” were used as the opening and ending themes to a hit anime series, Ultraviolet: Code 044, which also featured Becca’s voice as the show’s titlecharacter, 044. She announced this at OTAKON 2009 and performed live her voice acting a little at her pannel. This anime series will be also coming out in US soon so you will be witnessing totally new side of Becca!
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