American J-Pop Artist, Stephanie Yanez, Releases Music Video for U.S. and Japan Music Market
Los Angeles, CA – April 25, 2010 – U.S. based J-Pop / J-Rock recording artist Stephanie Yanez debuts her brand new music video “Sakura Wonderland” online for fans of Japanese Pop music.
Filmed in a small rehearsal studio in Downtown Los Angeles, the video features Japanese rocker/producer PoLo of the Los Angeles based indie band “NIRF,” who produced the single track performed and written by Ms. Yanez.
The music video is being promoted by way of social networks and video sharing sites throughout the U.S. and Japan. Ms. Yanez's popularity has grown substantially since her single “Sakura Wonderland” was featured on TinierMe.com, a Japanese anime avatar social networking and virtual online gaming site with over 600,000 registered community members from around the world.
The music video is directed by Johnie Lewis Tidwell, Jr. and produced by cartoonmogul.com/whitelabelmedia.net.
For more information, please visit our StephanieYanez.com and to view the music video go to http://www.youtube.com/axidolsteph
About Stephanie Yanez
Discovering music at the age of 5, Stephanie Yanez was born to sing. Her love for music eventually led her to record four songs at PARAMOUNT STUDIOS on Geneon's Anime Karaoke Collection with three of those songs recorded with overseas Japan-based record label I'VE, known for their singer Kotoko. Since winning the crown at Anime Expo's AX Idol 2004, she has appeared as host for various television and online series and produced a solo album. Yanez is currently in the studio working on her new album with Japanese rocker, PoLo from the rock group NIRF.
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