Kenji Aoi is a group of studio musicians focusing on production music as well as visual projects. Specializing in documentaries and feature films, Kenji Aoi is currently serving 30% of the entire broadcasting media in Asia. Needless to say, their works also appear worldwide due to the rising demand for Asian visual projects. Kenji Aoi is exclusively releasing their music through this site, offering elegant oriental, ethnic and true Asian music. Kenji Aoi's clients include an impressive array of major media, such as NGC, Discover China, NHK, CCTV, SMG, Media Corp, to name a few.
From a Kenji Aoi interview in 2007, explaining the importance of having the correct, authentic Asian music for TV, Film, corporate, commercial, and other important visual media productions:
" ... we couldn't stand it anymore! Hearing what they call "eastern music", these producers are neglecting the feelings of 3 billion Asian people! When will they stop imitating Chinese, Japanese, Thai and other eastern music and be honest with it? That's why we came together..."
The song was inspired by the Tibetan prayers who would walk to Lhasa regardless the distance. The composer has witnessed the event during his documentary filming in Tibet. Some of them would walk (3 steps forward then bow 3 times) for over 1000Km. A spiritual practice. Female Vocals, New Age, Spiritual
Stylish music. Well, black & white movies, high fashion and moody are the best descriptions for it. Dramatic romance, stylish sophisticated. Longing exotic erotic pleasures, painful breakups, boy meets girl. Film Noir Documentary Cultural, high hopes, yearning. Instrumental, New Age, New Age Electronic