Singer Chris Hart announced via his official website that he will be going on a hiatus at the start of Spring 2018.
Hart states that he wishes to focus more on his family and wants to continue to learn more about himself musically and professionally.
His final show will be his one-man live in Tokyo at the NHK Hall in April.
He got married to Hitomi Fukunaga in 2012. Since then, the couple welcomed their son, D-Kun, in February 2016 and their daughter, A-Chan, in October 2017.
Hart reassured fans, saying the hiatus is only temporary and that he will be back in the future.
The singer was known for his covers of famous Japanese songs on YouTube. He later participated and won a contest on a TV show called “Nodo Jiman! The World,” where foreign singers compete singing Japanese songs.
Hart released his first studio album titled “Song For You,” which included his first single “I LOVE YOU” in early 2014. Throughout the years, he has worked with countless artists such as May J and Japanese music legend Seiko Matsuda.
Let’s wish Chris and his family all the best on their endeavors!
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