MUSIC JAPAN aired today. =3
I’m going to skip over the interview and the “amagi goe” part since the interview didn’t reveal anything new and we’ve heard Nana-san sing the “amagi goe” part more than once before.
It’s the performance part that struck me. I could blame it on the sound systems (and I will) but I don’t think anyone can deny that Nana-san was way too nervous (much more so than when she sang Trickster on Music Fighter). She was not able to bring out her voice the way she normally does during her Live concert performances. =| (Though the weak sound systems did play a part).
Still… I want to point out that she did do well, just not what I would consider her “best” (and again, the sound systems are to blame). In fact, I personally think it’s a nice reminder that despite her current (recent) nickname/title as a “Living Legend,” she is very much a normal human being that the majority can relate to. =3 And don’t forget, MUSIC JAPAN is quite well-known, so her being nervous is perfectly normal. =3