Sakamata Chloe Joins Hololive Music Unit UMISEA

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Cover has officially revealed that VTuber Sakamata Chloe will be the fifth and newest member of the Hololive music unit UMISEA. Sakamata Chloe debuted alongside fellow unit members in their latest single, “It Comes Ryuuu And It Goes Kyuuu”. A music video is available to watch on YouTube, and the single is available on various music streaming platforms. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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UMISEA is a music group consisting of several talents from Hololive and Hololive EN. Its members include Gawr Gura, Houshou Marine, Ninomae Ina’nis, Minato Aqua, and the newly-joined Sakamata Chloe. As the group’s name suggests, each unit member shares some connection to the ocean. In Sakamata Chloe’s case, her clothing and mascot resemble an orca. Her fans are also typically compared to zookeepers.

Aside from her work with Hololive UMISEA, Sakamata Chloe also has her own solo music career. Earlier this month, she released her own single “Jinsei Reset Button Pochi”. In addition to two other original songs, she occasionally hosts karaoke streams and has frequently mentioned her passion for music.

The release of group’s latest single, “It Comes Ryuuu And It Goes Kyuuu”, also comes with a new music video. The music video features the five members sailing on a boat, after which it crashes and leaves Marine, Aqua, and Chloe stranded on an island.

You can check out the music video for “It Comes Ryuuu And It Goes Kyuuu” below:

UMISEA debuted with its first song, “Domination! All the World Is an Ocean” back in September 2021. The group has also frequently appeared in collaboration streams as well as their own short animation series.

You can listen to “It Comes Ryuuu And It Goes Kyuuu” via iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify.

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