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World is Mine Reaches 10 Million Views

World is Mine's original art, illustrated by redjuice

Last week, Hatsune Miku’s “World is Mine” hit 10 million views on YouTube. This is a major milestone for Vocaloid, as this is the first Vocaloid song to have achieved this feat. If you haven’t seen the video yet, check it out below!
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supercell’s “World Is Mine” Now Available on iTunes and Amazon Mp3

Illustration by redjuice

Illustration by redjuice

To help promote Miku in the US you can now purchase “World Is Mine” (titled “The World is Mine (feat. Hatsune Miku)” in the US release) as a digital song. Below are the two places you can pick it up and support our favorite twin-tailed idol.

Purchase at the iTunes Store
Purchase at Amazon Mp3

This is the first US release by supercell, aka ryo.

Source: Hatsune Miku Facebook page

Hatsune Miku Project DIVA 2nd – New Song Videos Added

Image source: nickQ

Earlier yesterday SEGA has updated the official Project DIVA website with new videos for three of the songs in the game and you can watch them below.

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Project Diva 2nd Previews, Song List Updated

Sega has released two previews to the highly anticipated Project Diva 2nd! They both showcase the songs and costumes! The costumes looks amazing and “Kocchi Muite Baby” is starting to become extremely catchy.

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More Black★Rock Shooter Anime Screenshots Preview

Earlier yesterday Mikatan updated her blog with more preview images of the upcoming “Black★Rock Shooter – Pilot Edition” anime, which will be made available on September 30th 2009 in the format of DVD and Blu-ray discs together with CDs for the music.

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Preview – Black★Rock Shooter Anime (Updated)

Yes, B★RS is going to have an anime in the near future! :D

Yes, B★RS is going to have an anime in the near future! :D

[Update: Included preorder links on Amazon Japan]

Information from Good Smile Company has it that Black★Rock Shooter, an original character by huke, will be having an anime based on it which is projected to start in Spring 2010. The Pilot Edition of the anime will be made available in September 2009 and supposedly it will be a short introduction to something bigger.

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Black★Rock Shooter Reaches Two Million Views~

Image source: 環

Image source: 環

Following the reaching of one million views back in October 08, the song “Black★Rock Shooter” has finally hit two million views on Nico Nico Douga on the date of June 13th 2009 at 23:53 hours Japan Time, making it the 6th Miku only song to achieve that feat on the Nico Nico Douga Two Million Views Videos list.

More information behind the story of the song as well as B★RS videos and images will be posted so do continue reading after the break!

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Hatsune Miku -An Introduction Of Her Creators-

Source: 成奈

Following the release of the video featuring Hatsune Miku last month on Channel ASAHI, Asahi Shinbun has produced an article about Hatsune Miku on March 21st and although the article is issued only in Japan, a Japanese fan masatopia has kindly translated and uploaded the article as a video on Youtube with narration using VoiceText software. This time round, an more in-depth description of the song producers behind her music will be given as they will be asked about their views on music and how they want to make their music to heard by others. To know more about the story just read on below!

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Hatsune Miku: The World’s Virtual Diva!

Image source: Tripshots

Last week Channel Asahi released a video documentary about Vocaloid Hatsune Miku and how she has managed to change the world with her music, as we go into further detail with the creators and music makers behind Miku’s success. Just recently the video has been translated with English subtitles to help viewers understand Miku and the views of her creators better.

To view the English subtitles, be sure to enable Closed Captioning on the YouTube video by clicking on the arrow on the bottom right, and selecting Closed Captions in English.

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