Synonyms for koda_kumi or Related words with koda_kumi

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Examples of "koda_kumi"
"The moment I first ran into Crazy 4 U, I felt: 'This is the song that will symbolize Koda Kumi!!'... I started selecting songs personally." - Koda Kumi
Koda Kumi Live Tour 2006–2007 ~Second Session~ (stylized as Live Tour 2006-2007 ~SECOND SESSION~) is the third concert tour DVD by Japanese singer-songwriter Koda Kumi. It became her third concert DVD to chart at #1 on Oricon.
"Out Works & Collaboration Best" was released on the same day as her second remix album, "Koda Kumi Driving Hit's" ("KODA KUMI REMIX ALBUM being her first", released in 2006).
Live Tour 2009: Trick (stylized as Koda Kumi Live Tour 2009 ~TRICK~) is the tenth DVD by Japanese pop artist Koda Kumi. It charted at #1 on the Oricon Weekly charts and stayed on the charts for six weeks.
The opening theme, used for both the OVA and the live-action movie, is "Cutie Honey" performed by Koda Kumi, whilst the ending theme is "Into your Heart", also by Koda Kumi.
Koda Kumi Driving Hit's (known in Japan as KODA KUMI DRIVING HIT'S) is the second remix album by Japanese pop star Kumi Koda. It reached #6 on Oricon and remained on the charts for twenty-one weeks.
""I vowed to myself to continue to run towards my dream." - Koda Kumi"
""Because my hopes had been so high, the fall was really too hard." - Koda Kumi"
""If you keep repeating positive words, your negative thoughts will turn positive!"" - Koda Kumi
Both Koda Kumi and BoA had their own renditions of the track released by themselves:
It also omitted all remixes Koda Kumi took part of with other artists.
"“I can’t create a hit song on my own . . . I felt depressed a lot." - Koda Kumi"
During the single's promotion, Koda Kumi performed the songs at several events, including:
In 2000, Koda Kumi was signed by Rhythm Zone and debuted with the song "Take Back".
Koda Kumi had her own version of the song "XXX"' called "D.D.D. feat. Soulhead" on her "" album.
"Juicy" was featured as a television advertisement for jewelry company GemCerey's "Binary Face" necklace, which was designed by Koda Kumi.
"24" is a soft and sensual video with a smooth R&B theme, focusing on Koda Kumi in her downtime.
Pray/XXX feat. 倖田來未 (Pray/XXX feat. Koda Kumi) is a single by the female duo Soulhead from the album "Naked". The main track, "Pray," was an R&B mix and "XXX" featured artist Koda Kumi. The single charted at #22 on Oricon Weekly.
Koda Kumi Driving Hit's 2 is the third remix album released by Japanese singer/songwriter, Kumi Koda. It was released a year after "Koda Kumi Driving Hit's" on March 31, 2010. It ranked higher than its predecessor, coming in at #5 on Oricon and staying on the charts for twelve weeks.
"Love Me Back" is the fifty-second single by Japanese singer Koda Kumi, released on November 29, 2011. It charted at #6 and stayed on the Oricon charts for seven weeks. Both "Love Me Back" and the b-side, "Say Her Name," were written by Koda Kumi. It was released in CD, CD+DVD and CD+Goods.