Fujii Kaze Returns With New Single ‘Hana,’ Featured On ‘Ichiban Sukina Hana’

Fujii Kaze - Photo: Courtesy of UMG Japan

Fujii Kaze has returned with a new single “Hana.” The track is the official theme song of the TV drama series Ichiban Sukina Hana. The track was produced by A.G Cook.

Regarding the track, Kaze said, “I felt that the main characters in this story were searching for answers to many questions in their lives. I think there are many people who can identify themselves with characters, and thought I would join them in their search for answers. Then I feel that I was led to the most straightforward and pure song I have ever written. I am truly grateful for this precious opportunity. Very much looking forward to seeing what kind of story awaits them and what they will find, both as a viewer and secretly as a friend.”

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Back in March, Fujii shared LOVE ALL SERVE ALL STADIUM LIVE courtesy of Netflix. The event captured his performance at Panasonic Stadium Suita in Osaka, Japan.

Fujii Kaze announced the news after finishing a successful arena tour with 210,000 people attending 16 concerts in eight cities across Japan.

The film was directed by Kento Yamada, who also directed the live performance on the day of the event. The show includes all 17 songs that were performed. The video for “damn” from STADIUM LIVE was previously released on YouTube.

Fujii Kaze, a Japanese R&B singer already beloved in his home country, is being brought to the attention of a global audience thanks to one of his songs going viral on TikTok.

The 25-year-old star released the lovelorn song “Shinunoga E-Wa” as part of his debut album HELP EVER HURT NEVER back in 2020, and back in September, the track began taking over the popular social media app around the world.

Thanks to its ever-growing popularity on TikTok, “Shinunoga E-Wa” achieved a massive breakthrough in the US. The song landed at at No.3 on the Spotify US Viral 50 Chart back in September, spurred on by its domination on the app.

Buy or stream “Hana.”