Fate and Destiny Go Together Like a Match Made in Heaven! This is perhaps the most famous saying in all of Japanese history. In fact, it is the only thing that people know about the mythical J-Pop idol group that would dominate the music industry in Japan for more than 20 years. These three words, “J-Pop”, “J-Rock”D-Rock” – 3 words that mean exactly what you think they mean: Japan’s favorite three genres of music – eventually found themselves becoming one.
In short, these three words combined, now became the very concept of Japan. It is these words, Destiny, Fate and Destiny Go Together that made all of this possible. However, these three words also actually mean something very different than you probably thought they did. It is these concepts that are responsible for J-Pop’s success in Japan, and how all of this went from a Japanese concept into one of the world’s most popular genres of music.
Destiny, which simply means ‘destiny’ in Japanese, is the term used for the original concept of the “J-Rock” genre. With J-Rock, we have Japanese singer-songwriters that perform under the genre’s tagline of “Japanese “Pop.” They sound nothing like the western versions of these types of singers, but their lyrics are written with the same unique style of lyricism that is commonly found in western music. They sing melodies that are more traditional, and as such, bring out the traditional Japanese attitude of a “girl meets boy” theme. It is their singing styles, however, that set them apart from the rest of the genre.
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Destiny or Fate can be said to be synonymous with two other concepts – Enchanted Forest and Twilight. Enchanted Forest is a phrase that literally means ‘Enchanted Forest’ and refers to the power of an artist’s creativity when it comes to reaching their own artistic self. Enchanted Forest is the concept that some J-Rock artists had the ability to not only reach their artistic selves but reach their audiences and their audience’s potential in the process.
The other part of Destiny is also somewhat important to understanding how Destiny and Fate go together. That is the idea of the Fate, which is basically a set of magical formulas that can be traced back to an artist’s origin. As a member of the band, these formulas are also used to make sure that the song is played properly for each performance, and is always thoughtfully chosen as a part of the overall story or the story of the song itself.
You may be wondering how this can be important to the existence of J-Pop, and to the success of Japanese artists who have opted to embrace Destiny and Fate. Simply put, the fact that these formulas were first created by a person who was born with the same personality as an artist or musician is important because of how it has served as the foundation of the design of the JR career.
Now, all that we have learned about Destiny and Fate Go Together is enough to tell you how popular J-Pop really is in Japan. However, if you look deeper, you will discover that these three words actually mean a lot more than just that. All of the Japanese superstars who have risen to fame from J-Pop – from Momoiro Clover Z to the My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU series – have adopted the three themes of Destiny, Fate and Destiny Go Together, as the creative force behind their careers.