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J-MELO New Song Project For Japan Disaster Survivors – “Lifelines”

A message from J-MELO!

After the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, hundreds of J-MELO viewers around the world sent messages of encouragement for the survivors.

We hit on the idea of creating a charity song as a way to show their appreciation and help people rebuild their lives. Internationally renowned DJ and producer Taku Takahashi loved the idea, so he came on board as producer.

The song has backing vocals from the choir of Fukushima University Elementary School. Fukushima is renowned for its choirs, so we were keen to give the children a chance to sing to the world.

We hope you’ll help disaster survivors in Japan by buying the track and telling your friends about it.

Japan download page: http://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/id469829127

Countries where you can download “The Lifelines”

“The Lifelines”

Artists: The Lifelines(☆Taku Takahashi(m-flo),  Maynard Plant(blanc. / MONKEY MAJIK), WISE, and May J.]

Lyrics: The Lifelines  Music: The Lifelines

Producer and arranger: ☆Taku Takahashi

Backing vocals: Fukushima University Elementary School Choir

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  1. Louise
    March 6, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    I wasn’t even aware of this project until I recently saw it on television broadcast. I heard the song and fell in love with it. I just purchased it through my iTunes. Hope and pray that many many more have done the same in an effort to help the Japanese after such a tragic disaster. Thank you so much for allowing us an opportunity to help. A song. Who can’t purchase a song. Such a wonderful gesture. Thank you again.

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