Kohana Lam’s latest ‘The Dangers in My Heart’ anime theme song is now out
Kohana Lam has amassed over 500,000 subscribers on YouTube, something credited to her singing voice overflowing with emotion that will pierce anyone’s your heart. Her latest single should be testament to that, “Loving Me, Loving You,” which was released last January 8, 2024.
Following Kohana Lam’s ending theme song for the first season of anime series, “The Dangers in My Heart,” “Loving Me, Loving You” is featured as the ending theme to Season 2 of the series.
Just like “a few sentimental,” her ending theme for Season 1, the new single is produced by KERENMI, the alter-ego project of Koichi Tsutaya. The song is based on the themes of “adolescence” and “blessing,” with warm nostalgic sound and lyrics that convey the feeling of emotional growth portrayed in “The Dangers in My Heart.”
A music video for “Loving Me, Loving You” was also released last January 8, starring Maya Imamori, a 17-year-old talent from Miyazaki Prefecture. The look of innocence on her face in the video is breathtakingly beautiful, adding color to the world created by the song.
Kohana Lam is a next-generation artist who began releasing songs on YouTube in September 2019.
With more and more listeners falling in love with the power of her incredible singing voice, countless fans have posted messages to social media, with comments such as, “Her voice is so full of emotion that I can’t help but cry” and “The way she sings on the verge of tears with a voice that seems like it could vanish completely gives me goosebumps.”
As a growing number of fans fell in love with her diverse expressive power, Kohana Lam made her major-label debut with avex in November 2021, while her number of YouTube subscribers has exceeded 500,000.
Having performed the ending theme song for the first season of the TV Asahi anime series “The Dangers in My Heart” and now also the ending theme to Season 2, which began broadcast in January 2024, Kohana Lam find herself in the spotlight and the next breakout artist to watch.