3 Majesty and X.I.P. unveil cover art for “Moonlight” and “Sunlight”

The cover art for 3 Majesty and X.I.P.‘s new singles is out.

3 Majesty and X.I.P. are going to release their 6th singles this spring.

3 Majesty are going to release “Moonlight“, single scheduled to be released on 27/03/2019 and available in regular edition.

The cover art is the following:

The tracklist is the following:

1 - Jasmine ~月光の花~ (Tsukasa Kirishima center ver.)
2 - never let you go (Shinnosuke Otawa center ver.)
3 - Jasmine ~月光の花~ (Instrumental)
4 - never let you go (Instrumental)

X.I.P. are going to release “Sunlight“, single also scheduled to be released on 27/03/2019 and available in regular edition.

The cover art is the following:

The tracklist is the following:

1 - I wanna be your hero (Kento Fuwa center ver.)
2 - My First Love (Kyoya Date center ver.)
3 - I wanna be your hero (Instrumental)
4 - My First Love (Instrumental)

Fans that want to get both singles have a special “Moonlight & Sunlight Premium set” available. This release is going to include:

  • 3 Majesty’s “Moonlight”
  • X.I.P.’s “Sunlight”
  • Special DVD

The special DVD includes:

  • We go together (Kaito Tsuji center ver.) – Victory Live
  • Jasmine ~月光の花~ (Tsukasa Kirishima center ver.) – Victory Live
  • Take it easy! (Kyoya Date center ver.) – Victory Live
  • I wanna be your hero (Kento Fuwa center ver.) – Victory Live
  • Let’s make a miracle from ときめきレストラン☆☆☆ Project TRISTARS (original version not featured in the movie released last year)

On CDJAPAN, first press editions and pre-orders (minus Premium Set) come with the following bonus:

First Press Detail a sticker randomly selected from three kinds

Moonlight” and “Sunlight” are available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

Moonlight / 3 Majesty
3 Majesty
Sunlight / X.I.P.
X.I.P.

SOURCE: Prince Rep official website

Author: Vanessa Silva (midorin)

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Metalhead. Gamer. Based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to start writing about male seiyuu music.