Introduced to Japanese music in 2014, I grew to love it. From Kyary Pamyu Pamyu to BabyMetal. I found myself embracing J-Pop, J-Rock, and Kawaii Metal. In 2015, I began attending Japanese band events starting with the J-Pop Summit in San Francisco. I videoed some of the performances and received positive feedback from the community. As I kept attending events and publishing more videos, my YouTube channel exploded. Hundreds of thousands of views with hundreds of subscribers. In 2017, I finally decided to make it legitimate and professional, starting JPopRocks.Com.
JpopRocks currently has several volunteers. This includes a web designer, graphic artist, media / content / journalist, and videographer. Since it's volunteer based, these awesome people dedicate their free time to deliver you the best J-content possible.