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Misia

  • Jul 07, 1978 (age 43)
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2018
Life Is Going On and On
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AlbumDec 26, 2018

Life Is Going On and On

Life Is Going On and On …
Life Is Going On and On (stylized as life is going on and on) is the thirteenth studio album by Japanese singer Misia. It was released on December 26, 2018, through Ariola Japan.
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2017
Misia Soul Jazz Session
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AlbumJul 26, 2017

Misia Soul Jazz Session

Misia Soul Jazz Session …
Misia Soul Jazz Session (stylized as MISIA SOUL JAZZ SESSION) is the second extended play by Japanese singer Misia. It was released on July 26, 2017, through Ariola Japan. The album was entirely produced and arranged by Takuya Kuroda. It features reworked versions of her previous material with a soul-jazz arrangement, as well as two new songs and a cover of Kai Band's "Saigo no Yogisha", from the album Kono Yoru ni Sayonara (1977).
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2016
LOVE BEBOP
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AlbumJan 6, 2016

LOVE BEBOP

Love Bebop (stylized as LOVE BEBOP) is the twelfth …
Love Bebop (stylized as LOVE BEBOP) is the twelfth studio album by Japanese singer Misia. It was released on January 6, 2016, through Ariola Japan. The title, which is synonymous with love freestyle, was inspired by the evolving LGBT movement in Japan, leading Misia to draw a parallel between the growing societal recognition for all forms of love and the various messages of love depicted on the album. On the album's eponymous title track, Misia quotes former American president Barack Obama, who declared "love is love" in a speech given in the aftermath of the Supreme Court of the United States's landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide. The album yielded five singles, "Shiroi Kisetsu" / "Sakura Hitohira", "Orphans no Namida" and the digital exclusive double A-side single "Nagareboshi" / "Anata ni Smile :)".
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Butterfly Butterfly
AlbumJan 6, 2016

Butterfly Butterfly

Butterfly Butterfly released.
2014
NEW MORNING
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AlbumApr 2, 2014

NEW MORNING

New Morning (stylized as NEW MORNING) is the eleventh …
New Morning (stylized as NEW MORNING) is the eleventh studio album by Japanese singer Misia. The album was released by Ariola Japan on April 2, 2014, the same day as the 77th and final date of Misia's nationwide Hoshizora no Live VII: 15th Celebration concert tour, at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall, which was broadcast live on YouTube. The album yielded the singles "Shiawase o Forever" and "Boku wa Pegasus Kimi wa Polaris". The lead track "Hope & Dreams" was released as a promotional single for the album.
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2013
Super Best Records: 15th Celebration
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AlbumFeb 20, 2013

Super Best Records: 15th Celebration

Super Best Records: 15th …
Super Best Records: 15th Celebration (stylized as Super Best Records -15th Celebration-) is the second greatest hits album by Japanese singer Misia. It was released to commemorate Misia's 15th anniversary as a recording artist by Ariola Japan on February 20, 2013, one day shy of her actual 15th anniversary. The three-disc set was released in Blu-spec CD2 format and each disc was remastered by a different music engineer. The compilation includes four reworked tracks, the singles "Koi wa Owaranai Zutto", "Deepness" and "Back in Love Again", and the new song "Holiday", which was released as a promotional single for the album.
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2011
Misia no Mori: Forest Covers
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AlbumDec 14, 2011

Misia no Mori: Forest Covers

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Misia no Mori: Forest Covers (MISIAの森(もり) -Forest Covers-, lit. "Misia's Forest") is the first covers album by Japanese singer Misia. It was released by Ariola Japan on December 14, 2011. The album consists of cover versions of songs by soul musicians, including Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, among others, reworked Christmas standards and one newly recorded original song by Misia.
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Soul Quest
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AlbumJul 27, 2011

Soul Quest

Soul Quest (stylized as SOUL QUEST) is the tenth studio …
Soul Quest (stylized as SOUL QUEST) is the tenth studio album by Japanese singer Misia. It was released on July 27, 2011, through Ariola Japan. The album yielded three official singles, the digital exclusives "Edge of This World" and "Life in Harmony", and the sole physical release "Kioku". The lead track, "This Is Me", served as promotional single for the album.
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2010
SongMay 28, 2010

Maware Maware
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2009
Just Ballade
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AlbumDec 16, 2009

Just Ballade

Just Ballade (stylized as JUST BALLADE) is the ninth …
Just Ballade (stylized as JUST BALLADE) is the ninth studio album by Japanese singer Misia. It was released on December 16, 2009 by Ariola Japan, marking Misia's first album release under the label. The album yielded seven singles, "Yes Forever" and "Yakusoku no Tsubasa", released in 2008, the digital exclusive "Sukoshi Zutsu Taisetsu ni", the double A-side single "Ginga" / "Itsumademo", "Aitakute Ima", and lastly "Hoshi no Yō ni...", released on the same day as the album. Just Ballade was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.
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2008
Decimo X Anniversario de Misia: The Tour of Misia 2008 Eighth World + The Best DJ Remixes
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AlbumJun 25, 2008

Decimo X Anniversario de Misia: The …

Decimo X Aniversario de …
Decimo X Aniversario de Misia: The Tour of Misia 2008 Eighth World + The Best DJ Remixes is the fourth remix album by Japanese R&B singer Misia, released June 25, 2008. The release is a two-disc combination of The Tour of Misia 2008 Eighth World DVD and a remixes compilation, The Best DJ Remixes. The Tour of Misia 2008 Eighth World was also simultaneously released as a stand-alone Blu-ray.
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EIGHTH WORLD
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AlbumJan 9, 2008

EIGHTH WORLD

Eighth World (stylized as EIGHth WØRlD) is Misia's eighth …
Eighth World (stylized as EIGHth WØRlD) is Misia's eighth studio album and first since signing back with BMG Japan, released on January 9, 2008. It includes the singles "Any Love" and "Royal Chocolate Flush" as well as the J-Wave Winter Campaign Holy December, Be in Love with J-Wave image song and theme song to the Japanese release of the movie Bridge to Terabithia, "To Be in Love". The first pressing of the album came in a sleeve case packaging.
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2007
Ascension
AlbumFeb 7, 2007

Ascension

Ascension is the seventh studio album by Japanese R&B …
Ascension is the seventh studio album by Japanese R&B singer Misia, released on February 7, 2007. It is her first album in over two years and last to be released under the Avex subsidiary Rhythmedia Tribe. The album was later re-released under BMG Japan.
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2006
SongJul 5, 2006

LUV PARADE
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2004
Singer for Singer
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AlbumDec 8, 2004

Singer for Singer

Singer for Singer is Misia's sixth studio album and first …
Singer for Singer is Misia's sixth studio album and first conceptual one, released on December 8, 2004, only ten months after Mars & Roses. It sold 167,518 copies in its first week and peaked at #3. Singer for Singer features collaborations with Toshinobu Kubota, Fumiya Fujī, Glay, Chara, Kazufumi Miyazawa (The Boom), Eisho Higa (Begin) and Kōji Tamaki.
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Misia Love & Ballads: The Best Ballade Collection
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AlbumJun 16, 2004

Misia Love & Ballads: The Best Balla…

Misia Love & Ballads: The …
Misia Love & Ballads: The Best Ballade Collection is Misia's third compilation album, released on June 16, 2004 by her previous label Arista Japan. It sold 54,107 copies in its first week and peaked at #1.
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Mars & Roses
AlbumFeb 11, 2004

Mars & Roses

Mars & Roses is the fifth studio album by Japanese R&B …
Mars & Roses is the fifth studio album by Japanese R&B singer Misia, released on February 11, 2004. It debuted at #3 with 151,087 copies sold. The album was recorded in London, New York and Tokyo. The song Little Rose, the title and theme of the album were inspired by Antoine de Saint Exupéry's The Little Prince. Mars & Roses was produced by American songwriter Keith Crouch and includes a duet with Erykah Badu. The first pressing of the album includes a bonus live version of "Snow Song", whose simple piano arrangement was created by Misia's band leader and pianist, Tohru Shigemi, during one of their tour rehearsals.
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2003
Misia Single Collection Fifth Anniversary
AlbumDec 30, 2003

Misia Single Collection Fifth Anniversary

Misia Single Collection Fifth Anniversary released.
Misia Single Collection: 5th Anniversary
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AlbumDec 3, 2003

Misia Single Collection: 5th Anniversary

Misia Single Collection: …
Misia Single Collection: 5th Anniversary is Misia's second compilation album, released on December 3, 2003. It sold 52,167 copies in its first week and peaked at #8. Misia Single Collection: 5th Anniversary was released by her previous label, Arista Japan, to commemorate her fifth anniversary.
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Hoshizora No Live: Best of Acoustic Ballade
AlbumOct 27, 2003

Hoshizora No Live: Best of Acoustic B…

Hoshizora No Live: Best of Acoustic Ballade released.
Hoshizora no Live: The Best of Acoustic Ballade
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AlbumOct 22, 2003

Hoshizora no Live: The Best of Acous…

Hoshizora no Live: The …
Hoshizora no Live: The Best of Acoustic Ballade is Misia's first live album, released on October 22, 2003. It sold 72,351 copies in its first week and peaked at #2. The album features live recordings of Misia's outdoor acoustic concert held in Okinawa on August 15 and 16, 2003.
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2002
Kiss in the Sky
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AlbumSep 26, 2002

Kiss in the Sky

Kiss in the Sky is Misia's fourth studio album and first …
Kiss in the Sky is Misia's fourth studio album and first under Avex Trax subsidiary label Rhythmedia Tribe, released on September 26, 2002. It sold 410,060 copies in its first week and peaked at #1 for two consecutive weeks. Like her previous album, Marvelous, Kiss in the Sky was produced by Misia herself and features collaborations with B'z guitarist and leader, Tak Matsumoto.
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SongMay 14, 2002

Lágrima
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Greatest Hits
AlbumMar 3, 2002

Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits released.
Misia Greatest Hits
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AlbumMar 3, 2002

Misia Greatest Hits

Misia Greatest Hits is Misia's first compilation album and last …
Misia Greatest Hits is Misia's first compilation album and last release with Arista Japan, released on March 3, 2002. It sold 587,210 copies in its first week and peaked at #1 for two consecutive weeks. Misia Greatest Hits was the highest selling compilation album of 2002. It is the 30th best selling compilation album and 90th best selling album overall of all time in Japan. The album includes an enhanced music video for the unreleased track, Amai Koibito, featuring Melonpan.
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2001
Misia Remix 2002 World Peace
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AlbumNov 21, 2001

Misia Remix 2002 World Peace

Misia Remix 2002 World …
Misia Remix 2002 World Peace is Misia's second remix album, released on November 21, 2001. It sold 165,190 in its first week and peaked at #3. Misia Remix 2002 World Peace features Erick Morillo's first remix for a Japanese artist.
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Marvelous
AlbumApr 25, 2001

Marvelous

Marvelous is Misia's third studio album and first self …
Marvelous is Misia's third studio album and first self-produced album, released on April 25, 2001. It sold 881,150 copies in its first week, peaked at #1 for two consecutive weeks, and spent five weeks in the Top 5. The first pressing of the album came in sleeve case packaging. Marvelous is the 118th best-selling album of all time in Japan. It came in at #8 on the overall yearly chart, however Marvelous was the second highest selling original album of 2001, behind Hikaru Utada's Distance.
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Glory Day
AlbumMar 19, 2001

Glory Day

Glory Day released.
Nomination2001

MTV Japan

Nominated for "Rhythm Reflection".
International Viewer's Choice Award
2000
Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo
AlbumApr 19, 2000

Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo

Misia Remix 2000 Little …
Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo is the first remix album of Japanese R&B singer Misia, released on April 19, 2000. It debuted atop of the weekly Oricon albums chart with 234,190 copies sold. Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo is the second highest-selling remix album of all time in Japan, succeeding TRF's Hyper Mix 4.
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LOVE IS THE MESSAGE
AlbumJan 1, 2000

LOVE IS THE MESSAGE

Love Is the Message is Misia's second studio album, …
Love Is the Message is Misia's second studio album, released on January 1, 2000. It sold 1,349,650 copies in its first week, making it the 23rd highest debut in Japanese history, and peaked at #1 for two consecutive weeks. It went on to sell over 2.29 million copies, making Misia one of the three acts, alongside Globe and Chemistry, with the second most consecutive double million albums, behind Utada Hikaru. Love Is the Message was the recipient of the award for best album at the 42nd Japan Record Awards. The album jacket was shot during sunrise at the summit of the Haleakala National Park in Maui, Hawaii. Love Is the Message is the 56th best-selling album of all time in Japan.
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1999
SongJan 1, 1999

Triste sina
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1998
SongNov 21, 1998

THE GLORY DAY
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The Glory Day
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AlbumNov 21, 1998

The Glory Day

The Glory Day is Misia's first mini-album, released on …
The Glory Day is Misia's first mini-album, released on November 21, 1998. It sold 114,820 copies in its first week and peaked at #6. The Glory Day was recorded in London with the collaboration of a local gospel group.
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Mother Father Brother Sister
AlbumJun 24, 1998

Mother Father Brother Sister

Mother Father Brother …
Mother Father Brother Sister is Misia's debut album, released on June 24, 1998. It debuted at #3 on the weekly albums chart with 330,660 copies sold. The album stayed in the Top 3 the next two weeks and on its fourth week, reached the top of the charts with 277,990 copies sold. The album remained in the Top 5 for eleven consecutive weeks and sold over 2.58 million copies in Japan alone. It won the award for Best Album at the 40th Japan Record Awards.
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SongJun 24, 1998

K.I.T
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SongApr 25, 1998

Garras dos Sentidos
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1978
Misia
BirthJuly 1978

Misia

Misia was born.
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