Boyfriend is First Foreign Artist to Sing Japan Anime 'Detective Conan' Theme Song
By Staff Writer | January 23, 2013 09:43 AM EST
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Idol group Boyfriend will be singing the theme song to the Japanese anime, "Detective Conan."
Boyfriend's recent Japan single's title song, "Hitomi no Melody" was picked for the ending theme song for the anime.
The song is about love that is given to people that are precious and close.
Boyfriend released their first single in 2012 and ranked number 1 on the Oricon charts.
They also performed at the Tokyo Dome and won the Best 3 New Artist award at the 27th Golden Disk Awards.
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