Freedom Wars’ Propaganda Idols Cover One Of Vocaloid Kagamine Rin’s Songs

By Sato . June 25, 2014 . 10:50pm


So we’ve seen the trio of idols in Freedom Wars called the Propaganda Idols, a group of pop stars that use their catchy songs to make sure prisoners don’t get any crazy ideas. It looks like one of the girls from the group recently got her own solo hit.



The above is a look at the Propaganda Idols member Opti and her solo cover of the “Nananana”track, originally by the Vocaloid Kagamine Rin. The track was arranged by Freedom Wars composer Kemmei Adachi, alongside Vocaloid producer Tennen, a.k.a. Oppiroge P.



For those of you interested, the above is the original track by Kagamine Rin. According to Famitsu, Panna from the Propaganda Idols will also get her own solo track, now that Cony and Opti got their own.


Freedom Wars is available in Japan for PlayStation Vita, and will be released later in the West.

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  • Raze

    Idol is a serious business

    Even in prison life

    • tubers

      Maybe not if you’re a Robo Idol like in the article xD

  • Kai2591

    wow Opti’s version is even better than Rin’s…

  • Cony have her solo version already? Link pls

  • Mika Moreno

    Any time a Vocaloid other than Miku gets some form of recognition, it makes me happy :D

  • neocatzon

    Now that Cony and Opti got their own.
    Cony too? Where?

    You got Opti’s name wrong, btw.

  • neogeno
  • is there a youtube version for otpi’s solo? cant really watch using niconico

  • Armageddon

    i wonder if this will follow the trend of soul sacrifice you know the “delta”.
    On another note is it localized the delta i mean?

    • LadyJay

      Soul Sacrifice Delta came out in the beginning of June~! It’s already available to purchase!

      • God

        You sure? I could swear i saw it in the PSN store back in may…

        • LadyJay

          Oh snap, you’re right it was May!

  • CirnoTheStrongest

    Can my eyes not be lying to me!? A vocaloid cameo in a game and it’s actually NOT Miku and is in fact my favorite Vocaloid!? o_O

  • Steven Higgins

    Video won’t play for me ;(

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