Definition funny of Klaha:

urbanDreamy male Japanese singer with deep operatic voice, often with wild vibrato. Former singer of "Pride of Mind" and "Malice Mizer", Klaha has chosen to pursue a solo career and has released his first album Nostal Lab and a single titled Marchen.

urbanIdiot: Klaha tries to be like Gackt hyuk-hyuk

urbanOpera singer with a big chin gone poppy pop. Formerly of the Japanese Visual band Malice Mizer.

urbanXio: "Dude, Klaha's got one hell of a chin." Tak: "I know."

urbanA gorgeous, former member of the Japanese band Malice Mizer. He sadly became former when he committed suicide. (WHY!)

urbanKlaha is so gorgeous! (and was in the best band!)

urbanA no-talent hack who replaced Gackt as lead singer of the Japanese band Malice Mizer once Gackt went solo. Unfortunately and largely due to teh fact that Klaha could not sing without computers to enhance his voice (he used to be a backround singer who was occasionally used by the band) and also due to the fact that in comparison to Gackt, the former singer, Klaha was a toad in the looks department (a bad thing, considering a lot of their audience were horny fangirls) the band has broken up.


Songs about Klaha:

songsTabete ou la mene klaha by Ismaïl Hattab from the Album Ya bouya mchi lelbouha


Books about Klaha:

booksRainbow Cookies - The bestest things about Kaua'i as told to Mrs. Klaha's Hanalei School Kindergarten Class by Mrs. Klaha's Hanalei School Kindergarten Class (2008)


Wiki information Klaha:

Neoclassical Artist, Musician, Lyricist, Film actor, Person, Musical Artist

Masaki Haruna, aka Klaha, is a Japanese singer-songwriter. He was the third vocalist for visual kei rock band Malice Mizer. His first band was the new wave group Pride of Mind, active from 1992-1996. He first played with Malice Mizer in 2000, on...

City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Klahanie is a census-designated place in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 10,674 at the 2010 census. Klahanie is an upscale planned community between the cities of Sammamish and Issaquah. In a 2005 vote, residents of...