Musicians and love. That’s a tricky combination.
Especially in Japan.
And especially when it comes to jpop and jrock.
I’m not speaking of the love between musicians and their fans, I’m speaking of the musicians’ private relationships.
When you think about it, how many jrockers do you know having a girlfriend? Not that many I would guess and there’s a reason to that. Pop- and rockstars play a character. They are supposed to be available, be something that the fans can dream about. The fans are supposed to feel and think “I might have a chance…!”
Simply said, if you want to start a career as a musician in a jpop or a jrock band, you simply must keep being single, or keep your relationships extremely secret, depending on your management’s rules.
In an early stage, most bands…
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