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  1. Skrillex has played an extended version of the Japanese version of Face My Fears live at multiple events around New Year's Eve. Many attendees at Snowta NYE Festival and Decadence have recorded videos of him playing the song live at the events. At Snowta, he played clips from the Kingdom Hearts III opening movie trailer, but no new footage was shown. You can watch a video of the performance at Snowta and Decadence below. The song plays at 7:45 mark in the first video. More footage of the song from Decadence Colorado 2018 can be seen, here, and here. Footage from the Snowta NYE Festival 2018 event can be found here, and here. Face My Fears EP, containing both versions the English and Japanese versions of the song as well as Don't Think Twice and Chikai, will release on January 19, 2019. View full article
  2. Skrillex has played an extended version of the Japanese version of Face My Fears live at multiple events around New Year's Eve. Many attendees at Snowta NYE Festival and Decadence have recorded videos of him playing the song live at the events. At Snowta, he played clips from the Kingdom Hearts III opening movie trailer, but no new footage was shown. You can watch a video of the performance at Snowta and Decadence below. The song plays at 7:45 mark in the first video. More footage of the song from Decadence Colorado 2018 can be seen, here, and here. Footage from the Snowta NYE Festival 2018 event can be found here, and here. Face My Fears EP, containing both versions the English and Japanese versions of the song as well as Don't Think Twice and Chikai, will release on January 19, 2019.
  3. What is your favorite Kingdom Hearts song by Utada Hikaru? We're looking at the songs, themselves.
  4. EricLTrombone

    Sanctuary Jazz Remix

    Hey all! This morning, I released a jazz arrangement of the opening theme from Kingdom Hearts 2 on my YouTube channel - feel free to check it out and let me know what you thought of it!
  5. A sneak peek of the opening for Kingdom Hearts III has been revealed along with the new theme song "Face My Fears" by Utada Hikaru and Skrillex. You can view the English version below. You can also watch the Japanese version below! Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura also tweeted the following: Translation provided by KH13 News Member @xionskeyblade. Update December 11: We have compiled interpretations of the English lyrics and the translations of the Japanese lyrics, which you can read below. English: breath... should i take a deep...? faith... should i take a leap... taste... what a bittersweet... all my, all my life. let me face, let me face, let me face my fears let me face, let me face, let me face my fears won't be long, won't be long, i'm almost here watch me cry all my tears. Japanese: Hey, exactly how much Hey, can I smile? I want to tell you something Despite all this let me face, let me face, let me face my fears let me face, let me face, let me face my fears I don't need you to say that my map is useless I'll run my own path. An extra line in the Japanese version can be heard on Utada Hikaru's website, where she seems to sing: "Hey, ever since I was born..." Thanks to aitaikimochi for the translation for the lyrics and KH13's Solis for the extra line's translation! UPDATE: We have updated our gallery with screenshots from the "Face My Fears" trailer. You can view them in the gallery below! (Thanks to KH13 Staff member @HaakonHawk for the screenshots) View full article
  6. A sneak peek of the opening for Kingdom Hearts III has been revealed along with the new theme song "Face My Fears" by Utada Hikaru and Skrillex. You can view the English version below. You can also watch the Japanese version below! Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura also tweeted the following: Translation provided by KH13 News Member @xionskeyblade. Update December 11: We have compiled interpretations of the English lyrics and the translations of the Japanese lyrics, which you can read below. English: breath... should i take a deep...? faith... should i take a leap... taste... what a bittersweet... all my, all my life. let me face, let me face, let me face my fears let me face, let me face, let me face my fears won't be long, won't be long, i'm almost here watch me cry all my tears. Japanese: Hey, exactly how much Hey, can I smile? I want to tell you something Despite all this let me face, let me face, let me face my fears let me face, let me face, let me face my fears I don't need you to say that my map is useless I'll run my own path. An extra line in the Japanese version can be heard on Utada Hikaru's website, where she seems to sing: "Hey, ever since I was born..." Thanks to aitaikimochi for the translation for the lyrics and KH13's Solis for the extra line's translation! UPDATE: We have updated our gallery with screenshots from the "Face My Fears" trailer. You can view them in the gallery below! (Thanks to KH13 Staff member @HaakonHawk for the screenshots)
  7. Utada Hikaru's new single, Face My Fears, is going to be released on January 18 in a CD listed as Normal Edition on Sony Music Shop Japan, which is now available for preorder at the price of ¥1,400 (yen). The CD will also feature a collection of other tracks: Chikai, Face My Fears (English Version) and Don't Think Twice. No product image has been shown at this time. Although not having been released yet, Face My Fears was already confirmed as Kingdom Hearts III opening, featuring for the first time a collaboration between Utada Hikaru and the DJ, singer and musician, Skrillex. You can check below for the translated description of the product: Are you going to preorder it or will you wait for a western release? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  8. Utada Hikaru's new single, Face My Fears, is going to be released on January 18 in a CD listed as Normal Edition on Sony Music Shop Japan, which is now available for preorder at the price of ¥1,400 (yen). The CD will also feature a collection of other tracks: Chikai, Face My Fears (English Version) and Don't Think Twice. No product image has been shown at this time. Although not having been released yet, Face My Fears was already confirmed as Kingdom Hearts III opening, featuring for the first time a collaboration between Utada Hikaru and the DJ, singer and musician, Skrillex. You can check below for the translated description of the product: Are you going to preorder it or will you wait for a western release? Let us know in the comments!
  9. The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) recently listed on their website a song which goes by the name "Face my Fears", also known as "OPENING THEME (KINGDOM HEARTS 3)". The website also credits Utada Hikaru, Skrillex and Boyd Jason "Poo Bear" as writers. Both "Chikai" and "Don't Think Twice" are also listed on ASCAP as Kingdom Hearts III's ending themes. It is also interesting to notice how Skrillex already expressed his interest towards the Kingdom Hearts videogame in the past, but he also shown his appreciation for Utada Hikaru's work on his Twitter handle: Click here to view the article
  10. The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) recently listed on their website a song which goes by the name "Face my Fears", also known as "OPENING THEME (KINGDOM HEARTS 3)". The website also credits Utada Hikaru, Skrillex and Boyd Jason "Poo Bear" as writers. Both "Chikai" and "Don't Think Twice" are also listed on ASCAP as Kingdom Hearts III's ending themes. It is also interesting to notice how Skrillex already expressed his interest towards the Kingdom Hearts videogame in the past, but he also shown his appreciation for Utada Hikaru's work on his Twitter handle:
  11. Utada Hikaru - the artist known for her work on the Kingdom Hearts theme songs, will be performing the Kingdom Hearts III theme song "Chikai" for the first time at MUSIC STATION ultra FES 2018. This has been confirmed by her management, @Hikki_Staff on Twitter. MUSIC STATION Ultra FES is an annual even hosted by TV Asahi's "MUSIC STATION" which showcases Japan's biggest performers newest releases and will air September 17th. As well as performing "Chikai", Utada-san will also be discussing her new album "Hatsukoi" and reminiscing over her 20 year music career with presenter Tomori-san. [uPDATE]: You can watch Utada's performance at MUSIC STATION Ultra FES here. Are you excited to hear "Chikai" performed live for the first time? Let us know in the comments below!
  12. Utada Hikaru - the artist known for her work on the Kingdom Hearts theme songs, will be performing the Kingdom Hearts III theme song "Chikai" for the first time at MUSIC STATION ultra FES 2018. This has been confirmed by her management, @Hikki_Staff on Twitter. MUSIC STATION Ultra FES is an annual even hosted by TV Asahi's "MUSIC STATION" which showcases Japan's biggest performers newest releases and will air September 17th. As well as performing "Chikai", Utada-san will also be discussing her new album "Hatsukoi" and reminiscing over her 20 year music career with presenter Tomori-san. [uPDATE]: You can watch Utada's performance at MUSIC STATION Ultra FES here. Are you excited to hear "Chikai" performed live for the first time? Let us know in the comments below! Click here to view the article
  13. My 2nd attempt at a comedy or meme video. More info in description. Combines Gotham and KH My 2nd attempt at #comedy and #meme with #gotham and #kingdomhearts Please tell me what you like and dislike about my video and attempt. https://youtu.be/Q_ryZYTcIqE
  14. The sheet music for Utada Hikaru's "Chikai", the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III, is now available for pre-order at Amazon Japan! The sheet music for the piano solo and piano-vocal scores can be pre-ordered for 648 yen, and will be released on July 31, 2018. Amazon Japan also offers delivery to some locations outside of Japan, including the United Kingdom and the United States. The full version of Chikai was released with Utada Hikaru's 7th studio album, Hatsukoi. The English version, "Don't Think Twice", has been featured in various trailers for Kingdom Hearts III but hasn't been released in full yet. Are you looking forward to get your hands on the sheet music or listen to someone play it? Let us know in the comments!
  15. The sheet music for Utada Hikaru's "Chikai", the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III, is now available for pre-order at Amazon Japan! The sheet music for the piano solo and piano-vocal scores can be pre-ordered for 648 yen, and will be released on July 31, 2018. Amazon Japan also offers delivery to some locations outside of Japan, including the United Kingdom and the United States. The full version of Chikai was released with Utada Hikaru's 7th studio album, Hatsukoi. The English version, "Don't Think Twice", has been featured in various trailers for Kingdom Hearts III but hasn't been released in full yet. Are you looking forward to get your hands on the sheet music or listen to someone play it? Let us know in the comments! Click here to view the article
  16. Fans have started to get their hands on Utada Hikaru's newest studio album "Hatsukoi" in stores in Japan, one day prior to its official release! It is still on pre-order on iTunes (Japan) however, for release on June 27. The fourth track of this album is "Chikai" ("Oath"), the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III. (Note that this cannot be purchased on iTunes independently; it comes with the full album.) Find more information about the album and where to purchase it from here. While the song is not yet on a streaming service outside of Japan, we have found a video on Youtube from user @yuuna_kisaragi who has recorded the full version of Chikai as played at the Kingdom Hearts III promotional campaign at Shinjuku Station. You can watch it below. UPDATE [Jun 26, 2018]: User Viet Tran has uploaded the full version of Chikai on YouTube, and has pinned it's lyrics in romaji and English. You can listen to it below. UPDATE [Jun 26, 2018]: Utada Hikaru talks about Kingdom Hearts in this interview. Thanks to @Mio-chan for the translations. UPDATE [Jun. 27, 2018]: Hikaru Utada’s new album is out now! It features the Japanese version of the Kingdom Hearts III theme song "Chikai" (named "Don’t Think Twice" in English). You can buy the album on iTunes here! UPDATE [Jun. 27, 2018]: New tweets on @UTADABLOG about Chris Dave, which gave some insights on the production of Chikai/Don't Think Twice and the help he gave Utada to make the song succeed: Tell us what you think of the song so far while we wait for Don't Think Twice!
  17. Fans have started to get their hands on Utada Hikaru's newest studio album "Hatsukoi" in stores in Japan, one day prior to its official release! It is still on pre-order on iTunes (Japan) however, for release on June 27. The fourth track of this album is "Chikai" ("Oath"), the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III. (Note that this cannot be purchased on iTunes independently; it comes with the full album.) Find more information about the album and where to purchase it from here. While the song is not yet on a streaming service outside of Japan, we have found a video on Youtube from user @yuuna_kisaragi who has recorded the full version of Chikai as played at the Kingdom Hearts III promotional campaign at Shinjuku Station. You can watch it below. UPDATE [Jun 26, 2018]: User Viet Tran has uploaded the full version of Chikai on YouTube, and has pinned it's lyrics in romaji and English. You can listen to it below. UPDATE [Jun 26, 2018]: Utada Hikaru talks about Kingdom Hearts in this interview. Thanks to @Mio-chan for the translations. UPDATE [Jun. 27, 2018]: Hikaru Utada’s new album is out now! It features the Japanese version of the Kingdom Hearts III theme song "Chikai" (named "Don’t Think Twice" in English). You can buy the album on iTunes here! UPDATE [Jun. 27, 2018]: New tweets on @UTADABLOG about Chris Dave, which gave some insights on the production of Chikai/Don't Think Twice and the help he gave Utada to make the song succeed: Tell us what you think of the song so far while we wait for Don't Think Twice! Click here to view the article
  18. Hey folks! So this is going to be a longish post regarding the music of BOTH KH and moreso KH3. So first thing is about the KH 2018 orchestra world tour going on currently. I've been hearing about a beautiful arrangement for Oath being performed at the current run of the tour...And although I have found live videos, I am dying to hear a real deal recorded version..So I'm curious if anyone knows if they are planning on doing a "second breath" CD or something?? I would love for it to also feature some stuff I was really sad that didn't make it onto the first soundtrack (Ventus' theme, Sanctuary/Passion, Organization 13 theme, 100 Acre Wood, Working Together, Mysterious Tower theme, One Winged Angel - maybe melding both the classic version and the Advent Children metal version?, etc. - feel free to chime in with any suggestions you may have too!!). Now the second thing was regarding Nomura's comments about FF characters being in KH3....Since a majority of them are FF7 characters as it's the most popular entry (my favorite too) - I would personally LOVE to hear Aerith's theme in KH3. If nothing else just to add onto the whirlpool of emotions already attached at the hip to KH3 (plus, can you imagine if it was also a beautifully composed, UPDATED piece for this day and age?? Ugh the feels.) But would any one else enjoy that? Thirdly, the anticipated would be "new" version of the iconic Simple and Clean...What would you guys and gals like to see happen for that? Personally I'm low-key expecting either a dubstep or rap version of it lmao (75% kidding)...Honestly I'd be fine with an even more slowed down version like that of Hikari but with singing.... And lastly - While on the subject, how would you like the final fight with Xehanort to be handled musically? I have this image in my head (which I'll go into at a later date in a video) of it being a very intense polarizing (and prolly long) fight with a darker more intense Hikari playing with like choral singing in the back (like that of the aforementioned One Winged Angel)? TL;DR - 4 things. 1 - Do you think we'll receive a second KH orchestra tour soundtrack (esp with some KH3 music and new additions from past entries)? Has there been any talk of that? I wanna hear this orchestrated Oath. 2 - Would anyone else besides yours enjoy hearing an updated version of Aerith's theme (FF7) somehow in KH3? 3 - If there is a new one...What do you anticipate the "new" version of Simple and Clean will sound like? 4 - Musically, how do you envision the final confrontation with Xehanort? I picture a more darker version of S&C with choral background singers. Feel free to let me.know what y'all think!! Let's get some good discussions going!!
  19. As we near the release of Utada Hikaru's seventh album, Hatsukoi, her website has uploaded an extended look at the highly anticipated Japanese track "Chikai". The song has received a 43 second sound clip that can be previewed here on her website. "Chikai" or "Oath" will be the fourth song on her new album and is noted on her site as being the theme from Kingdom Hearts III! Hatsukoi will be released on June 27th, 2018 and is currently available for pre-order through CDJapan! Are you as excited as we are for the new theme? Let us know in the comments below!
  20. As we near the release of Utada Hikaru's seventh album, Hatsukoi, her website has uploaded an extended look at the highly anticipated Japanese track "Chikai". The song has received a 43 second sound clip that can be previewed here on her website. "Chikai" or "Oath" will be the fourth song on her new album and is noted on her site as being the theme from Kingdom Hearts III! Hatsukoi will be released on June 27th, 2018 and is currently available for pre-order through CDJapan! Are you as excited as we are for the new theme? Let us know in the comments below! Click here to view the article
  21. A track list and cover art have been released for Utada Hikaru’s highly anticipated album Hatsukoi! The new album comes after the success of Fantome in 2016 which marked her return to music after a hiatus. Hatsukoi, meaning “First Love” (an homage to her first album of the same name), will feature twelve songs including singles such as “Forevermore” from the TV drama Gomen Ai Shiteru, “Play a Love Song”, “Anata”, and “Chikai” the theme from the upcoming game Kingdom Hearts 3. This will be Utada’s seventh studio album and 20th anniversary with her debut single Automatic/Time Will Tell releasing December 1998. Utada Hikaru will also launch into her first Japan tour since 2006 at the beginning of November! Hatsukoi will be released on June 27th, 2018 and is currently available for pre-order through CDJapan! HATSUKOI 1. Play a Love Song 2. Anata 3. Hatsukoi 4. Chikai 5. Forevermore 6. Too Proud feat. Jevon 7. Good Night 8. Pakuchii no Uta 9. Nokoriga 10. Oozora de Dakishimete 11. Yuunagi 12. Shittosarerubeki Jinsei
  22. A track list and cover art have been released for Utada Hikaru’s highly anticipated album Hatsukoi! The new album comes after the success of Fantome in 2016 which marked her return to music after a hiatus. Hatsukoi, meaning “First Love” (an homage to her first album of the same name), will feature twelve songs including singles such as “Forevermore” from the TV drama Gomen Ai Shiteru, “Play a Love Song”, “Anata”, and “Chikai” the theme from the upcoming game Kingdom Hearts 3. This will be Utada’s seventh studio album and 20th anniversary with her debut single Automatic/Time Will Tell releasing December 1998. Utada Hikaru will also launch into her first Japan tour since 2006 at the beginning of November! Hatsukoi will be released on June 27th, 2018 and is currently available for pre-order through CDJapan! HATSUKOI 1. Play a Love Song 2. Anata 3. Hatsukoi 4. Chikai 5. Forevermore 6. Too Proud feat. Jevon 7. Good Night 8. Pakuchii no Uta 9. Nokoriga 10. Oozora de Dakishimete 11. Yuunagi 12. Shittosarerubeki Jinsei Click here to view the article
  23. What happens if you think twice? ... ..oh!
  24. To Any KH Fans here in the USA and in Canada and are Spotify Users: After a Month of waiting, Utada Hikaru Entire J-POP Discography including the Song "Simple and Clean" are Now available to Stream on Spotify Here Entire Japanese and English Studio Albums are all there. (NOTE: Sanctuary, Her Recent Album Fantome, Plus her Recent 3 singles aren't Available to Stream yet) To anyone i have a "this is Utada Hikaru" Playlist Containing all her music you can follow and listen too. also please follow me also on Spotify Here's the link to my "This Is: Utada Hikaru" Spotify playlist. https://open.spotify.com/user/jtunli...RzeCBwO4yCXebw