Synonyms for kana_nishino or Related words with kana_nishino

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Examples of "kana_nishino"
The discography of Japanese pop singer Kana Nishino consists of five studio albums, four compilation albums, thirty-one singles and five video albums.
"Dear.../Maybe" is a double A-side released by Japanese pop and R&B singer-songwriter Kana Nishino. It was released on December 2, 2009, by her record label SME Records.
The song is being used in commercials for fashion jewellery company GemCerey. Nishino also worked together with Gencerey to create a special Kana Nishino line on jewellery products, including necklaces, rings and cellphone straps.
The adaptation's theme song and insert song are sung by Kana Nishino. The theme song's title is "Make Up" and the insert song is titled as "Kirari" and is released under SME Records.
Style is the third single by Kana Nishino after Glowly Days. It was released on August 13, 2008 by Sony Music Japan. "Style" is used as the ending theme to the anime Soul Eater.
On August 4, 2010, Kana Nishino released her eleventh single, "If." This song was used as the theme and ending song of the movie "".The single reached number 5 on the Oricon charts and sold over 85,000 copies. Her 12th single, "Kimi tte", was released on November 3, 2010.
Björklund has written and produced for international acts like Holly Valance, Dannii Minogue, Jennifer Paige, Lene Nystrøm, Thomas Anders, and Sertab. With his regular writing partners The Nervo Twins he has written the b-single “In Stereo” for Japanese Kana Nishino.
"If" (stylised as "if") is a song by Japanese pop singer Kana Nishino. It was released as her 11th single on August 4, 2010. The song was given the working name "I Swear" before its release. In initial promotional material about the single, it was described as a mellow medium tempo ballad, written about "a meeting with fate."
"Best Friend" is a single released by Japanese pop and R&B singer-songwriter Kana Nishino. It was released on February 24, 2010 by her record label SME Records. This single is also used as the new CM song for mobile phone operator NTT docomo.
He is known for producing Rowshi and Brown Sugar, who made a lot of hit records. His production can also be found on major artists such as Nitro Microphone Underground, HI-D, Juju, Kana Nishino, Miliyah Iliyah Kato, Super-Junior-K.R.Y, Exile Atsushi, Generations, and Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe.
Just Love (styled Just LOVE) is the sixth studio album by Japanese singer and songwriter Kana Nishino. It was released on July 13, 2016. It was number-one on the "Oricon" weekly Albums Chart on its release, with 126,234 copies sold. It was the second best-selling album in Japan in July 2016, with 201,980 copies sold. It was also number-one on the "Billboard Japan" Hot Albums chart and also on the "Billboard Japan" Top Album Sales chart.
BoA performed Milestone in various events like Audio Technica 50th Anniversary Live Party, J-Wave Live: Autumn, and Soul Member Meeting Vol. 5: BoA 10th Anniversary & Birthday Party. Some TV Performances alongside with the normal version of メリクリ was also done. BoA also performed a trio performance alongside with Mai Kuraki and Kana Nishino, the trio sang a medley of their hit 君って, Strong Heart and メリクリ at Live FNS Music Party.
After her first four singles, her music took a more R&B feel to it. Her fifth single "Tōkutemo feat. Wise" was released as a full-track digital song ("Chaku Uta Full") on March 11, 2009. The physical CD was released on March 18, 2009. It is her first physical single to enter the top 50 in the Japanese Oricon single charts. Wise's digital single "Aenakutemo feat. Kana Nishino" debuted at number 9 on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart.
In 2007, M-Flo released their final album featuring different vocalists, "Cosmicolor". After this point, the group have released sporadically, with a succession of different compilation albums. Verbal has consistently been working with other artists since then, producing songs for such artists as BoA and Halcali. Some of his biggest collaborations since then have been a cover of Godiego's song "The Galaxy Express 999" with Exile, which has been certified as double platinum for cellphone downloads by the RIAJ, and a collaboration with Kana Nishino, "Kimi no Koe o," which has been certified gold for cellphone downloads. In 2010, Verbal directed his first music video, Minmi's "Pa to Hanasaku," which also features Verbal.
"Japonesque" was certified gold in April 2010 by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for shipments of 100,000 units. This is Koda's first studio album not to shift over 250,000 units in Japan, and her first album not to achieve a platinum certification; her most recent entry was "Dejavu". At the end of 2012, "Japonesque" sold over 151,343 units in Japan; this ranked the ninth best selling album by a female artist, just behind entries from Adele, Ayaka, JuJu, Superfly, Che'Nelle, Kana Nishino, and Namie Amuro.
Jay'ed collaborated with Infinity 16 and Waka-danna from Shōnan no Kaze on the song . It was not successful in physical sales or airplay, but reached No. 1 on the RIAJ digital tracks chart for three weeks. This made Jay'ed the artist with the most weeks at No. 1 (6, including Ashita ga Kuru Nara's weeks); however in mid-2010 this record was beaten by Kana Nishino. Jay'ed's 6th single, "Everybody," was picked as the KDDI au CM song, a promotion giving Jay'ed his first top 20 solo single.
Since moving to Japan in 1999 to begin his career in the music industry, he has worked with many Japanese artists such as JUJU, Kana Nishino, Namie Amuro, TVXQ, Weather Girls, as well as international artists like Boyz II Men, Girls' Generation, and Timbaland. He has accrued many Oricon rated No. #1 Digital Download hits, including "Kimi No Subete Ni" by Spontania ft. JUJU and JASMINE's "sad to say". He was awarded several Gold Disc Awards by the Recording Industry Association of Japan in 2005, 2008, 2009, and was titled Nikkei Entertainment's "Hitmaker of the Year" in 2010. He has sold over 38 million units to date.
miwa participated in a high profile episode of the Fuji Television music show Music Fair, a month before the single's release. On it, she performed the song, as well as a cover of Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" with Alan, Leona Lewis and Kana Nishino. Miwa also performed "Don't Cry Anymore" on NHK's Music Japan on the 7th of March. She also performed at the special 300th anniversary episode of Bokura no Ongaku a month after the single's release, performing a cover of Yumi Matsutoya's "Hello, My Friend" with Hiroshi Kamayatsu.
Besides sport and martial arts competition, there were held many music events, like Music Station, Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ, Animelo Summer Live, or humanitary Dream Power concerts organized by Yoko Ono. Many notable Japanese music acts performed at the arena, alphabetically: AKB48, Namie Amuro, B'z, Babymetal, BUMP OF CHICKEN, [[Minori Chihara],] [[Masaharu Fukuyama]], [[Gackt]], [[Glay]], [[Ayumi Hamasaki]], [[Tomoyasu Hotei]], [[The Gazette (band)|The Gazette]], [[Janne Da Arc]], [[The Kamen Joshi]], [[Berryz Kobo]], [[Mai Kuraki]], [[L'Arc-en-Ciel]], [[Luna Sea]], [[Nana Mizuki]], [[Man with a Mission]], [[Momoiro Clover Z]], [[Morning Musume]], [[Mr. Children]], [[Nightmare (Japanese band)|Nightmare]],[[Nogizaka46]], [[Kana Nishino]], [[One Ok Rock]], [[Pierrot (band)|Pierrot]], [[Shiina Ringo]], [[Siam Shade]], [[Sid (band)|Sid]], [[Spyair]], [[Sound Horizon]], [[Hikaru Utada]], and [[Vamps (band)|Vamps]].
Six pieces of theme music were used for the original broadcasting; two opening themes and four closing themes. The opening theme for the first 30 episodes is "Resonance" by T.M.Revolution. The second opening theme from episode 31 onwards is "Papermoon" by Tommy Heavenly. The first closing theme is "I Wanna Be" by Stance Punks for the first 13 episodes and the final episode; the second closing theme is "Style" by Kana Nishino for episodes 14 through 26; the third closing theme is by Soul'd Out's Diggy-Mo from episode 27 through 39; the fourth closing theme, "Strength" by Abingdon Boys School, is used from episodes 40 to 50. "Soul Eater: Repeat Show" features two additional opening and closing themes. The first opening and closing themes for the first 12 episodes are "Counter Identity" by Unison Square Garden and by Yui Makino. The second opening and closing themes from episode 13 onward are by Shion Tsuji and "Northern Lights" by How Merry Marry.