Azusa takes her family to see a minstrel. Of course, when the performance starts, they witness a performance that they didn’t expect.
As expected, when they saw the poster, it seems that nobody heard of the performer. Of course, Flatorte out of all people knows of her as she is a big fan of watching minstrels and knows about Schifanoia.
When she performed, it seems that Schifanoia scared most of the audience, including Shalsha and Falfa. Yep, death metal isn’t going to appeal a large audience. Not only that, nobody got it except for Falforte. If only she blended some idol elements, then maybe it would work.
Eventually, during middle of her performance, Shifania passed out. Azusa come to her aid and healedd her before bringing her back to her house. Yep, Shifania was only hungry. After she ate and took a bath, she reveals herself as a cute rabbit girl named Kuku. I must admit that Kuku looks a lot cuter without that makeup while wearing her normal outfit.
As expected, Kuku comes into grips with reality. Yes, the fact that she isn’t a good musician and making very little. After 63 years, she just wanted to chase her dream. Realizing the lack of progress and poor pay, Kuku wants to possibly give up her dream of becoming a death metal musician and become a bunny girl instead. After all, she is a rabbit girl.
Of course, Azusa doesn’t want Kuku to give up on her dream. After all, she advises Kuku not to give up on her dream yet. After all, she might regret it. In other words, Azusa wants Kuku to keep trying. Sure, she worries about rent, but Azusa is willing to provide her housing.
As expected, she needs to give up her Schifanoia persona and death metal to stand a chance. After all, death metal isn’t going to sell well with most audiences. Yep, Kuku needs to go for the style of music that sells. Even Flatorte knows that Kuku’s death metal music suck, even after performing a decent song she came up with on the fly.
Since Kuku doesn’t know how to write normal lyrics, Azusa have her family members help. Of course, Laika’s and Halkara’s song and lyrics don’t quite work out. Laika’s song is too direct and Halkara’s sounds like a commercial. I find it funny how they cut off Halkara’s performance early. Still, I kind of feel bad for Halkara as she is trying her best to impress Azusa.
As for Shalsha’s and Falfa’s, it sounds nice and present while Rosalie’s had a very depressing tone. This kind of makes Kuku feel bad for singing death metal music. Either way, this gives her enough inspiration to create a song that sounded good to do a tour with.
Of course, Flatorte thinks that Kuku can do it as the world doesn’t necessary care about good talent. She is kind of right since some real-life idols don’t have singing talent and manage to get by. In other words, Kuku can use her personality and looks to possibly get ahead. Either way, it’s obvious that there is a nice relationship developing between the two.
Eventually Beezlebub gives Kuku a push by inviting her to perform at a music festival after hearing her song. When Kuku got to see the stage, it was too huge for her. She shares her anxieties with Azusa and Laika. Still, Flatorte thinks Kuku can do it while Laika points out Flatorte’s lack of perseverance. It’s not too surprising since she attacked the red dragons at the wedding on a whim. Still, seeing Laika and Flatorte wanting to challenge each other through horoscopes causes Kuku to laugh.
In the end, Kuku’s performance went well in the end. Yep, she is so happy that everything went well as they had a celebration party. Yep, Beelzebub already shows all the requests from organizers wanting Kuku to perform for them. Also, I find it hilarious how Flatorte wants to imitate Kuku’s former alter-ego. In other words, she is trying to tell Kuku don’t be afraid to perform the songs she wants to sing. This makes it obvious that Kuku and Flatorte is becoming a reality. Hopefully, Kuku will come back to visit occasionally.
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