Hironobu Kageyama ( > , Kageyama Hironobu > ) , born on the 18th February 1961 in Osaka, is a Japanese singer specializing in the credits of cartoons.
He began his career at the age of 16 under the pseudonym of Michell as a singer of the Lazy group alongside Akira Takasaki and Munetaka Higuchi, who separated in 1981. In 1984, he performed one of the credits of the series Chôjikû kidan Southern Cross, then, in 1988, two credits for Saint Seiya, including the famous Soldier Dream, the second opening theme of the series.
In 1989, his notoriety culminated when he played the two opening credits of the anime Dragon Ball Z, Cha-Head La-Cha-La and We Gotta Power.
He also has the generics of Transformers and Maskman (Bioman 2) to his credit.
In 1990 and 1991, he formed the group Airblanca (ja) with the two other members of Lazy , Hiroyuki Tanaka and Shunji Inoe.