Klaha (real name Haruna Masaki) is a Japanese pop singer who rose to fame by replacing the void left by Gackt in Malice Mizer's line up. After
Malice Mizer was put on indefinite hiatus in 2001, Klaha transitioned into a solo career. For reasons unknown, Klaha disappeared from music in
2004 and his fan club was taken down. In December 2006, he announced to return to music by 2007, but never did.
Klaha is a very versatile singer and songwriter, his solo career being a polar opposite to the gothic darkwave of Malice Mizer's Bara no Seidou.