Nana Mizuki's Tokyo Dome Concert BDs Rank #1, #2 on Music BD Chart
posted on 2016-09-21 01:00 EDT by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Singer and voice actress Nana Mizuki's NANA MIZUKI LIVE GALAXY -FRONTIER- and NANA MIZUKI LIVE GALAXY -GENESIS- music Blu-ray Discs sold 11,383 and 11,231 copies, respectively to rank #1 and #2 on the Oricon music Blu-ray Disc chart for the September 12-18 week. Both releases also ranked #3 and #4, respectively on the overall Blu-ray Disc chart. Both Blu-ray Discs shipped on September 14.
This is the third time in Mizuki's career that two of her music Blu-ray Discs ranked at #1 and #2 in the music Blu-ray Disc chart simultaneously. The last time she achieved the feat was her NANA MIZUKI LIVE CASTLE×JOURNEY-QUEEN- and NANA MIZUKI LIVE CASTLE×JOURNEY-KING- release in May 2012. She is also the solo artist with the most #1 ranking music Blu-ray Discs in history, with 11 music Blu-ray Discs topping the chart in her career so far (Namie Amuro has the second-most chart topping music Blu-ray Discs, with seven releases).
The NANA MIZUKI LIVE GALAXY -GENESIS- and NANA MIZUKI LIVE GALAXY -FRONTIER- music Blu-ray Discs show Mizuki's live concerts in Tokyo Dome on April 9 and 10. -GENESIS- shows the first day of the concerts, during which the singer performed songs from the first 2000-2007 half of her career, while -FRONTIER- shows performances on the second day, notably songs from the second 2008-2014 half of her career.
Her April concerts in Tokyo Dome were her second set of performances at the venue, with her first performance in 2011 being notable for making her the first voice actress to hold a concert in the venue.
In 2009, Nana Mizuki became the first solo voice actress with a #1 ranked album on the weekly charts with her album Ultimate Diamond. In 2011, Mizuki became the first Japanese voice actor to put two singles in the weekly Oricon top 3 ranking simultaneously under his or her real name. In 2010, she became the first voice actress or actor with a #1 CD single on Oricon's weekly singles chart with "Phantom Minds."
Source: Animate Times