Lui Bei embarks on a journey to quell the chaos that plagues his homeland, bringing with him his sworn brothers, Zhang Fei and Guan Yu. With only a small army and no land Lui Bei is forced to take a subservient role to other Generals, in order to keep him safe from those who continually come after his life.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Saikyou Bushouden: Sangoku Engi - May'n - Netflix
Mei Nakabayashi (中林 芽依, Nakabayashi Mei, born October 21, 1989), better known by her stage name May'n (メイン, Mein), is a Japanese singer managed by the Horipro talent agency and under the Victor Entertainment label. She was formerly under the Universal Music label.
Saikyou Bushouden: Sangoku Engi - Career - Netflix
In 2003, at the age of 13, she participated in the 28th “HoriPro – Talent Scout Caravan – Love Music – Audition” (ホリプロ・タレントスカウトキャラバン・ラブミュージック・オーディション., Horipuro・Tarento Sukauto Kyaraban・Rabu Myūziku・Ōdishon) and, out of the 34,911 hopefuls, became one of the four who survived the final eliminations at the Shibuya Club Quattro. In 2005, she made her single debut with Crazy Crazy Crazy. The single was later re-released with an extra track. Her second single, Sympathy, was also released later that year. In 2006, she sang the ending theme for the anime Love Get Chu ~Miracle Voice Actress Hakusho~ (ラブゲッCHU ～ミラクル声優白書～, Rabu Gē CHU ~Mirakuru Seiyū Hakusho~) which was included on her third single Fallin' in or Not. In January 2008 she changed her artist name to “May'n”. In the same year, she performed as the singing voice of the character Sheryl Nome in the anime television series Macross Frontier. She released two singles that same year, each placing in the Top 3 on the Oricon Weekly Chart in their debut week. In January 2009, the mini-album May'n Street was released, and it reached number 2 on the Oricon Weekly Chart in the first week. She was invited to perform “Iteza Gogo Kuji Don't be late” and “Northern Cross” at Animelo Summer Live 2008 and since then, she has participated in it every year. May'n gave her first live performance outside Japan in Singapore at Anime Festival Asia 08 in November. Ever since then, she appeared in every annual Anime Festival Asia event. In January 2010, May’n performed her first solo Nippon Budokan concert, which sold out in only one day. In March of the same year, she held her first tour of Asia, followed in July by a 17-city summer tour of Japan. In fall 2010, May’n was chosen to record the theme song for the film Incite Mill -7 Day Death Game-. In February 2011, she released her 3D live documentary movie May'n The Movie: Phonic Nation and later that month released her second album If you..., which made number 7 on the Oricon Weekly Chart. In March, she held her second solo Budokan concert. She participated in the largest-in-Europe Japanese culture and entertainment festival, Japan Expo 2011. May'n sang the theme song for the Capcom game E.X. Troopers. In 2011 and 2012, she collaborated with music artist Daisuke Asakura who composed and produced two of her singles, “Scarlet Ballet” for Aria the Scarlet Ammo and “Chase the world” for Sunrise anime Accel World. May’n represented Japan on 26 October 2013 at ABU TV Song Festival 2013 in Hanoi, Vietnam with hit single “Vivid” before starting on 29 October her May’n Hall Tour 2013 “Live! Cave! Dive!” in Japan. In 2014, May'n released her fifth album New World. May'n made her return to the United States with a solo concert in San Francisco and a performance at Union Square for J-Pop Summit Festival 2014. May'n performed “Yamaidare darlin'”, which was used as the first opening theme to the 2015 anime television series Aquarion Logos., and later performed the songs “Yoake no Logos”, which was used as the second opening theme to Aquarion Logos, and the series' second ending theme “Hontō no Koe wo Anata ni Azuketakute”, which was performed with Haruka Chisuga. She released her fifth album Powers of Voice on September 7, 2015. She performed the song “Belief”, which was used as the opening theme to the 2016 anime television series Taboo Tattoo. She performed the song “Hikari Aru Basho e”, which is used as the ending theme to the 2016 anime television series Izetta: The Last Witch. She collaborated with idol unit Wake Up, Girls! in performing the song “One in a Billion”, which was used as the opening theme to the 2017 anime television series Restaurant to Another World. She released her sixth album Peace of Smile on October 30, 2017.
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