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Utada Hikaru Upended The Japanese Music Scene Like No One Before — Or Since

Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

When UtadaHikaru came her way to the forefront in the later part of the 1990s, Japanese rock was different from the rest of the world. To have an information about Hikaru Utada Overseas reaction visit sekaihonyaku.com/archives/category/entame( also known as宇多田ヒカル海外の反応 visit sekaihonyaku.com/archives/category/entame in the Japanese language).

In the past, there were bands as well as singer/songwriters. But what about superstar pop artists? They were produced with a slick style by highly controlling managers. They were adorable, and were referred to as idols.

Utada turned 16 when her first hit single debuted in Japan. It was loud and seductive and brought an R&B sound to Japanese popular music. The first album she released, First Love, still holds the record in Japan for the highest number of sales ever.

When Utada Hikaru exploded onto music in the late 1990s Japanese popular music was an entirely different genre

In the past, there were bands, musicians, and singers. But what about rocking pop superstars? They were produced with slickness by managers who were overly swayed. They were cute and were called idols. The first album she released, First Love, still holds the record in Japan for the highest number of sales ever.

She would often release beautiful and complex music video clips (i.e. the Final Distance video, traveling Sakura Drops, and Colors). In 2002, however, the music video she made for the track Hikari – Light was shot while she stood in front of a sink, dishwashing dishes. The camera didn’t move a single time. She occasionally lip-synched or washed dishes. She was still loved by people. She could certainly accomplish this. Because she was so popular.

Hikaru Utada’s Latest Music Album

Wednesday, April 13th, 2022

HikaruUtada’s newest album BAD MODE was released at the top spot on the digital charts in Japan and is also highly placed in various charts across the 21 nations and territories across the world. The album will be released on CD, including the single-run Limited Edition.

As we await the release date of the CD, Hikaru has shared the music video for one of the bonus tracks on The album “Face My Fears (A. G. Cook Remix). As usual the Hikaru Utada Overseas response(also known as 宇多田ヒカル海外対応 in the Japanese language) is amazing.

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The music video was released to mark the launch of the KINGDOM HEARTS series ‘ cloud versions for Nintendo Switch. It was developed by the video-production team of REAL ROCK DESIGN.

The video contains iconic scenes from the series that have been edited in a new way to match the music. An international audience has been expressing their delight after the video’s release was announced. This is proof yet again that the popularity worldwide of the Kingdom Hearts series and its theme song.

HikaruUtada is constantly interviewing various media, not only on the streets of Japan but also internationally, including Billboard as well as MTV NEWS for her new album, BAD MODE.

The Inimitable Genius Of Tatsuro Yamashita

Monday, April 4th, 2022

In Japan, Tatsuro Yamashita is actually said to be the king of pop music. He isn’t not only the superstar but got million-hit-after-million-hit on his albums though.

His most famous pieces are Ride on Time from 1980 and the 1982 album Christmas Eve, which took about six-and-a-half years to get to the top of the charts. You can get more info about Tatsuro Yamashita via sekaihonyaku.com/archives/category/music.

The latter is akin to Wham’s Last Christmas nowadays – a seasonal average played every year during Christmas time throughout stores and streets in Japan. He is less known for individual songs than for albums that transcend generations.

Yamashita makes his music with the belief and repetition of talent similar to a tradesman or craftsman. The label of his 1991 album Artisan is that he also understands this. His designs are never groundbreaking in their system; he stays within the limitations of what is real and famous.

His middle-of-the-road comfort is such amazing that nobody can do that. But somehow, for him, this amenity is the origin of the beauty of his music. His foundations in soul, funk, and disco, are combined with a relaxed yet strong voice, one whose melody makes color and movement that powerfully impacts the listener.

There’s the highway corner doo-wop and nostalgic American pop music from the ’60s, in which there was electric music of The Ventures seemed to have fused with the themes of the Four Freshmen. Then there’s the “blue-eyed soul” from shows like the Righteous Brothers, Beach Boys, and the Young Rascals. Folk music via Youngbloods,  Lovin’ Spoonful, and the Fifth Avenue Band.