Synonyms for ken_hirai or Related words with ken_hirai

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Examples of "ken_hirai"
Ken Hirai — "Hitomi wo Tojite" (from "Socrates in Love")
Japanese singer Ken Hirai covered the track on his 2009 album, "Ken's Bar II".
Un-balanced is a 1995 album by Japanese pop singer Ken Hirai.
Ken's Bar II is the cover album by Japanese pop singer Ken Hirai.
Born on January 17, 1972 in Higashiōsaka, Osaka, Ken Hirai grew up in Nabari, Mie.
The ending theme is the song "Pop Star" by Ken Hirai.
Yaida became the 3rd Japanese performing artist to appear on MTV Unplugged, the others being Ken Hirai and Utada Hikaru.
Eiga.com reported on 1 September 2010 that the theme song of the film "Ghost: Mouichido Dakishimetai" will be the song , which is sung by singer Ken Hirai. This song was released as his 33rd single on 10 November 2010. Ken Hirai had previously provided theme songs for films like "I Give My First Love to You" and "Ano Sora o Oboeteru".
This song was covered by many singers, including BEGIN (as an end theme for the anime "Futatsu no Spica") and Ken Hirai.
"The Parting Song" has been covered by recording artists including Naoko Ken, Yoshie Kashiwabara, Natsuko Godai, Hideaki Tokunaga, and Ken Hirai with Masamune Kusano.
Fakin' Pop is the seventh original studio album by Japanese singer Ken Hirai. It was released on March 8, 2008 on the Defstar Records label (Sony Music Entertainment).
The theme song for this film is . It was sung by Japanese pop singer Ken Hirai, and was produced by DefStar Records.
Itō was born in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. As a middle-school student, he was a classmate of Ken Hirai. He later graduated from Waseda University.
"Missin' You: It Will Break My Heart" is the 14th overall single released by singer Ken Hirai. It was released on January 30, 2002 under the label DefSTAR Records.
"Kiss of Life" is the thirteenth single to be released by Japanese singer Ken Hirai. It was released on May 16, 2001. The single's title song was the theme song to the drama "Love Revolution".
Gaining Through Losing is the fourth studio album released by Japanese singer "Ken Hirai". It was released on July 4, 2001 under the label DefStar Records (Sony Music Entertainment).
Pop/R&B singer Ken Hirai topped the Oricon yearly album chart in 2006 with the release of his greatest hits album "10th Anniversary Complete Single Collection '95-'05 Utabaka", selling over 2 million copies.
Stare At is the second studio album released by singer Ken Hirai under the label Sony Records. Now released by DefStar Records (Sony Music Group). It was released on December 1, 1996.
Life Is... is the fifth original studio album released by Japanese singer Ken Hirai on the label Defstar Records (Sony Music Entertainment). It reached number one on Japan's Oricon sales chart.
The film opened in Japan on 8 May 2004, which brought Masami Nagasawa recognition as an actress. It was a financial success, and its theme song, "Hitomi o Tojite" (With My Eyes Closed) by Ken Hirai, became a successful single.