"I hope that being a DJ becomes a simple tool to document the journey I've been on and to create beautiful images, like having a piece of paper and a pen for that purpose."
"I’m not here to make a difference. I’m here to make noise."
“I couldn’t spend my life imitating others. I wanted to make something for us, something personal.”
"I want to update old values and ideas."
"I want everyone to take a trip with me! Let's enter another world together!"
“We may be doing punk rock, but we don’t think it’s punk to do what the Pistols and Ramones did, for example, in this day and age. We believe that not only music but also various art forms are based on the times.”
The rapper draws inspiration from her favorite subcultures to change the status quo in Japanese hip-hop.
'I feel that I am close to the people of Brazil on SoundCloud, even though I am physically far away from them. I hope that people who share a love for the same kind of music can meet each other, regardless of where they live.'
'DJing is a tool to find people who share a vision of the future and the world they want to see!'
'Love can make emotions visible or invisible. I think it is through love that we can look at ourselves.'
“I’m probably more hip-hop than anyone else, so hip-hop people naturally gather around me. Seriously!”
"The greatest lesson Japan has taught me is that only if you become a good listener first can you become a good performer."