Synonyms for miliyah_kato or Related words with miliyah_kato

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Examples of "miliyah_kato"
Miliyah Kato featuring Shota Shimizu — "Love Forever"
Miliyah Kato featuring Wakadanna — "Lovers Part II"
A remix of "One Day" featuring Miliyah Kato was released on her album, "Rose".
Veteran rapper Dohzi-T collaborated with popular singers such as Shota Shimizu, Hiromi Go, Miliyah Kato, and Thelma Aoyama in his successful 2008 album "12 Love Stories".
World of Music is the sixth studio album released by Japanese hip hop artist Zeebra. It features appearances from Jesse (lead singer of Rize) and Miliyah Kato.
Along with featuring many rappers from Urbarian Gym (UBG), including ZEEBRA, the album also featured Verbal, who is one of the famed rappers from the hip-hop duo m-flo. The album also featured famous singer-songwriter Miliyah Kato.
A live-action film adaptation of the same name, directed by Takeshi Furusawa and produced by Kadokawa Pictures was released in Japanese theaters on August 4, 2012. The theme song is by Miliyah Kato.
Koda Kumi performed "By My Baby" in 2013 during Isle of MTV Miyakojima, where she performed alongside several other artists. These included AK-69, BACK-ON, INFINITY16, DAISHI DANCE, Far☆East Movement, ☆Taku Takahashi, Miliyah Kato and WORLD ORDER.
Vivid (stylized as VIVID) is the debut studio album by Japanese hip-hop/rap artist Daisuke "KM-MARKIT" Kawai. The album failed to chart on Oricon, despite featuring an array of popular artists, including ZEEBRA, Koda Kumi, Miliyah Kato and UZI among others.
The album also features two songs by musicians who worked with M-Flo during their "loves..." era (2003—2009): Minmi, who was on "Lotta Love" from "" (2006), performs "Tonite," and Miliyah Kato, who was featured on the album track "One Day" from "Beat Space Nine" (2005), performed the leading single "Lover."
In 2009, Ai released her greatest hits album, "Best Ai". It was the first number one record of her career. In 2010, Ai collaborated with many artists such as Namie Amuro, Miliyah Kato, Chaka Khan and Boyz II Men on her 10th anniversary album, "The Last Ai".
The MTV World Stage VMAJ 2010 were held on Saturday, May 29, at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. The nominees were announced on March 31, 2010. Lady Gaga received five nominations while Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, The Black Eyed Peas, Namie Amuro, Miliyah Kato, and Juju all received three nominations each.
In 2014, singer Miliyah Kato recorded "For You" for "Utada Hikaru no Uta", a tribute album celebrating 15 years since Utada's debut. The cover sampled the original recording of the song by Utada, and also incorporated "Give Me a Reason" from Utada's debut album "First Love" (1999).
Shimizu worked with Dohzi-T on the single "One Love", which was released on July 18, 2007. He also collaborated with Miliyah Kato on the song "I'm Your Angel" on the album "Tribute to Celine Dion", which was released on September 26, 2007. Shimizu collaborated with Miliyah Kato again in 2009 on her "Love Forever" single (which was also released onto Miliyah Kato's album, "Ring"), which was released on May 13, 2009. "Love Forever" was a hit in Japan, and its ringtone sold over two million downloads. These Japanese singers/songwriters were both twenty years old and loved soul music, but still maintained very different music styles. On September 16, 2009, M-flo released a tribute album named "" and Shimizu covered the song "Let Go". He then released a song, "Loving You", in a compilation album named "Beat Connection" with Crystal Kay, Seamo, Mummy-D, and Dohzi-T on October 27, 2010.
Remixes of the official song and the mascot song by Afro-Brazilian Carnival bloc Olodum and DJ Memê, respectively, are featured as bonus tracks on the deluxe edition of the album. "Fighter", a Japanese track performed by Mika Nakashima and Miliyah Kato, was released as a single in Japan on June 4, 2014. Also featured is "Lepo Lepo", a song by pagode group Psirico which was considered the theme song of the 2014 Brazilian Carnival.
"Stronger" (stylized as "STRONGER") is a 2010 song by Japanese R&B singer Ai, featuring fellow R&B singer Miliyah Kato, released on October 27, 2010. The single was her fourth single released in 2010 for her 10th anniversary, and the leading single from her 8th studio album, "The Last Ai". The B-side of the single was a collaboration with American rapper Snoop Dogg produced by DJ2high
As a part of Ai's 10th anniversary, she had been collaborating with many artists, such as "Fake" featuring Namie Amuro, "Still..." feat. AK-69 and "Wavin' Flag (Coca Cola Celebration Mix) (Sekai ni Hitotsu no Hata)" with K'naan. When the collaboration single offer was presented to Miliyah Kato, who is good friends with Ai, her reaction was "Finally! I feel so honoured. It's like a dream I've been imagining has become real." The song was written by Ai and Kato together, with both deciding such things as the lyrics, music, and which parts to sing.
"Toward the Terra" was adapted into an animated TV series in 2007, co-animated by Minamimachi Bugyōsho and Tokyo Kids, and produced by Aniplex, SKY Perfect Well Think and Mainichi Broadcasting System. It was directed by Osamu Yamazaki, written by Satoru Nishizono and featured character and conceptual designs by Nobuteru Yuki ("Vision of Escaflowne") and Yutaka Izubuchi ("RahXephon") respectively. The first opening theme, spanning episodes 1-13, was "Endscape", performed by the band UVERworld, while the first ending theme is "Love is", performed by Miliyah Kato. These were replaced from episodes 14-24 onwards, with the second opening theme being "Jet Boy Jet Girl", performed by Hitomi Takahashi, and the second ending theme being "This Night", performed by Chemistry.
In March 2014, Nakashima released her first cover album, entitled "Zutto Suki Datta: All My Covers", which included previously released and known covers from her, including "Amazing Grace", "", "I Love You", and new songs as well, including a cover from Dreams Come True's "Yasashii Kiss o Shite". This same month she also collaborated with rapper Dohzi-T in a song titled "Dare yori mo", which was included on his album "T's Music". On June 4, 2014, Nakashima released the collaboration single "Fighter" along with Miliyah Kato, which was chosen to be the theme song for the Japanese version of American film "The Amazing Spider-Man 2". A remixed version of the song was also included in the compilation album "One Love, One Rhythm" for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, as Asia's theme song for this sports event.
"Toward the Terra" was adapted into an animated TV series in 2007, co-animated by Minamimachi Bugyōsho and Tokyo Kids, and produced by Aniplex, SKY Perfect Well Think and Mainichi Broadcasting System. It was directed by Osamu Yamazaki, written by Satoru Nishizono and featured character and conceptual designs by Nobuteru Yuki ("Vision of Escaflowne") and Yutaka Izubuchi ("RahXephon") respectively. The first opening theme, spanning episodes 1-13, was "endscape", performed by the band Uverworld, while the first ending theme is "Love is", performed by Miliyah Kato. These were replaced from episodes 14-24 onwards, with the second opening theme being "Jet Boy Jet Girl", performed by Hitomi Takahashi, and the second ending theme being "This Night", performed by Chemistry.