You guys do know who this is, right? Probably the most hot-blooded singer in the East (and probably the North, South, and West). Like rest of the group JAM Project, he's one of those singers who believes in crowd songs, shouting out in hot-blooded passion, and basically looking and being awesome on and off the stage. He's like the musical version of Monty Oum, with JAM Project being the band version of Oum's computer or something. He's still rocking out at the age of 48. I love his covers of anime songs. Somehow, just throwing his iconic voice into the song just makes it have more hammers than Gao Gai Gar or three times more awesome than a red-painted Gundam. Unsurprisingly, Shounen and Mecha go very well with him: Below are some of his best covers: Ai wo Torimodose!! - Originally by Crystal King Hokuto no Ken/The First of the North Star -Because a show like Hokuto needed more hot-blooded action. Just add Masaaki. Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers - Originally by Ron Wasserman Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers -Japanese singer covering Power Rangers. Because reasons. Sorairo Days - Originally by Shoko Nakagawa Tengen Toppa Guren Lagann -Because Masaaki just adds more hot blood to a show that's about Green Lantern's power of imagination and will, only with giant robots. God Knows - Originally by Aya Hirano The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi -Because Aya is cute, but Masaaki is awesome. Eternal Blaze - Originally by Nana Mizuki Magical Lyrical Nanoha A's -Because the Nanoha series is amazingly mecha-oriented for a (supposed) cutsey magical girl show. Because Nana Mizuki has an amazing vocal range. Because the Nanoha series has shout-outs to mecha shows, aerial dogfights, and WWI/WWII fighter pilots. Because all of that gels amazingly well with Masaaki Endoh.