Hololive Vtuber Nerissa Ravencroft Releases First Original Song
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Hololive Vtuber Nerissa Ravencroft Releases First Original Song

Hololive Advent Vtuber Nerissa Ravencroft released her first original song, which is called “Say My Name.” In addition to being able to stream it on services like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Music, the official music video is also available on YouTube

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The credits for the music video noted that Nerissa wrote the lyrics for the track with Kris Roche, while Roche worked on the arrangement and mixing. Yunarun and Miu created the music video for it. 

Here is the Nerissa Ravencroft original song “Say My Name.”

Nerissa released her first song back when Hololive English Advent debuted in July 2023. However, her solo performances started out with covers of other tracks. The first one was an English cover of the song “Aishite, Aishite, Aishite.” It’s since passed 7.5 million views since she released it. 

You can watch that below.

We’ve seen Vtubers cover the track before. One of the most recent was done by VShojo’s Michi Mochievee.

However, Nerissa has appeared on original singles before. The first song was “Rebellion,” which she performed alongside fellow Hololive Advent members Koseki Bijou, Shiori Novella, and Fuwawa and Mococo Abyssgard.

You can watch that music video for the Hololive Vtuber group’s song below.

Nerissa streams on YouTube, and she is active on social media.


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