Synonyms for thelma_aoyama or Related words with thelma_aoyama

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Examples of "thelma_aoyama"
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".
Thelma Aoyama, Mika Nakashima, Kazumasa Oda, Ryuichi Kawamura, Hikaru Utada, Ayaka, Kobukuro, Tsuyoshi Domoto and many other Japanese artists have covered Ozaki's song, "I Love You."
Stars is an album by Makai that was released by BMG Japan 24 September 2008. It includes several collaborations between Makai and popular artists like YUCHUN from Tohoshinki, LISA, BENI, Stepahnie from Tenjochiki, Thelma Aoyama and more.
Party Party: Thelma Remix is a remix album by Japanese Pop/R&B singer Thelma Aoyama. It was released on December 10, 2008. The album debuted outside Oricon album Chart Top 40, #79, with initial sales of 2,705 copies.
Makai (born 27 August 1979, stylized as MAKAI) is a Japanese house DJ. It is well known for his collaborations with Japanese vocalists, such as "Garden of Love" with Thelma Aoyama, which topped the iTunes Japan internal charts.
Crystal Kay is considered a pioneer for interracial acts in Japan. She debuted in 1999 when R&B began to take off in Japan thanks to local acts MISIA, Double and Hikaru Utada. Her success paved the way for the mainstream success of many mixed-race artists in the mid-2000s (decade) such as Thelma Aoyama and African-American/Japanese enka singer Jero.
Although there were only 132 new artists in Japan in 2001, according to the Recording Industry Association of Japan, the number increased to 512 in 2008. In 2008, 14 new artists, such as Thelma Aoyama, attended the NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen for the first time.
The anime adaptation of "Shion no Ō", produced by Studio Deen, started airing in Japan on October 13, 2007 on the Fuji TV television network. The anime's opening theme is "Lady Love" by Rize, and the ending theme is "My Dear Friend" by Thelma Aoyama.
In January 2010, SoulJa released his 6th single, "Way to Love (Saigo no Koi)" feat. Miho Karasawa. It was a digital hit, being certified by the RIAJ for selling 100,000 copies after charting for two months. This will be followed by his third album, "Letters", along with the leading single "Hanasanaide yo" featuring Thelma Aoyama. SoulJa also worked together with Aoyama on her single "Kaeru Basho," writing the song.
In 2007, SoulJa debuted as a major label artist with Universal Music Japan. His third single, "Koko ni Iru yo" featuring R&B singer Thelma Aoyama, became a long selling hit, staying in Oricon's top 10 singles for five weeks. Eventually, by March 2008, the song had been certified by the RIAJ for selling over 1,000,000+ ringtones, 1,000,000+ cellphone full-length downloads and 100,000 PC downloads.
Love!: Thelma Love Song Collection is a compilation of love songs by Thelma Aoyama. It was released on February 11, 2009 in Japan and became her first #1 album on the Japanese Oricon Weekly Chart. The last track "Again" is a cover of the Janet Jackson song of the same name. The album was preceded by the four singles ", ", " and ". The DVD section includes music videos for these singles. The album is certified Gold for shipment of 100,000 copies.
In January 2008, Thelma Aoyama released her own answer version to the song, "Soba ni Iru ne." This version outstripped the popularity of the original, topping the RIAJ's monthly ringtone chart for three months, peaking at No. 1 on Oricon's single sales charts and eventually being certified by Guinness World Records as the best digital single in Japan of all-time (an award it held for a year).
The discography of Japanese contemporary R&B singer and Thelma Aoyama consists of four studio albums, six compilation albums, one extended play, one remix album, one cover album, two video albums and numerous solo and collaboration singles. Aoyama debuted as a musician in 2007 under Universal Music Japan, and became famous through her collaboration song with rapper SoulJa, "Koko ni Iru yo". Aoyama's version "Soba ni Iru ne" became one of the most successful songs of all time in Japan, certified for three million ringtone downloads and three million downloads by the RIAJ.
Three songs are tied for the most months charted: Thelma Aoyama featuring SoulJa's "Soba ni Iru ne," Greeeen's "Kiseki" and Hikaru Utada's "Flavor of Life." All three songs were extremely successful in the digital market: "Flavor of Life" was announced as the most successful single of all-time in Japan totalling all formats (ringtone, cellphone full-length download, PC download, CD). In 2008, "Soba ni Iru ne," was announced to be the best-selling digital single of all time in Japan by Guinness World Records, an award given to Greeeen's "Kiseki" a year later.
"Tell Me" and "Scanner" were covered by Kyo and Tetsu (both currently of D'erlanger, but previously in hide's old band Saver Tiger) and Luna Sea on the 1999 hide tribute album "Tribute Spirits". Luna Sea performed their cover live at the hide memorial summit on May 4, 2008, and "Tell Me" was covered live by heidi. earlier that same day. A studio version by heidi. appears on the "Tribute II -Visual Spirits-" tribute album, which was released on July 3, 2013. For "Tribute VI -Female Spirits-", released on December 18, 2013, "Tell Me" was covered by Thelma Aoyama.
Notable African-Japanese include American author and playwright Velina Hasu Houston who was born in territorial waters off the coast of Japan to an African-American father and a native born Japanese mother of partial Japanese ancestry. Popular American-born enka singer Jero was born into a multi-generational African-Japanese-American family and immigrated back to the birth country of his grandmother. He has become one of the most famous Black/African descendants in the country. There are also native born wrestler Aja Kong, former professional basketball player Michael Takahashi and pop/r&b singer Thelma Aoyama who were all born to African-American fathers and Japanese mothers.
Dohzi-T belonged to hip hop band "Zingi", formed in 1990. He debuted as a solo singer with the single "Shōnen A" (lit. "Boy A") on October 10, 2001. He associated with popular singers such as Shota Shimizu, Miliyah Kato and Hiromi Go. Since he has long career in Japan, he is called "Brother Dohzi" by other musicians. He is also known for his ability to find new singers. Dohzi-T and DJ Bass were featured in Ayumi Hamasaki's song "Nothing from Nothing", released by Nippon Columbia on September 21, 1995. However, Hamasaki soon left from the record label and became a pop singer under Avex Trax. In January 2008, he collaborated with Thelma Aoyama in a song "This Day" on her CD single "Soba ni Iru ne". In June 2008, he released his single "Mō Ichi do...", featuring Beni. It sold over two million ringtone downloads. Soon after "Mō Ichi Do..." released an album named "12 Love Stories" including "Mō Ichi do..." as well as other collaboration songs with YU-A (from Foxxi misQ), Thelma Aoyama, JUJU and many more. The album was ranked as No. 3 on the weekly Oricon chart making it Dohzi-T's highest ranked album.
4Minute collaborated with Japanese singer Thelma Aoyama for her single, "Without U", which has both Japanese and English versions. Hyuna was featured in SS501's Heo Young-saeng's title track from his first solo mini album, "Let It Go". On July 5, Hyun-a released a solo mini album, "Bubble Pop!" and the music video for the title track, "Bubble Pop". Although the performances for "Bubble Pop" the song was concluded prematurely due to Korea Communications Commission review committee, the music video was a viral hit, gaining 10 million views on YouTube as of August 2011. On August 3, the music video "Freestyle" was released as an endorsement track for the video game company "JCE".
Electric Love Tour was Big Bang's second Japanese tour. Production cost for the whole tour was approximately ¥300 million (roughly 3.3 million US dollars). The tour made Big Bang the fastest idol group to perform in the well-known "Budokan", after only 4 months of their official debut in Japan. The tour was attended by many Japanese celebrities such as Ayaka Nishiwaki, Broadcaster Shiho Watanabe, AKB48’s Umeda Ayaka and Sato Yukari, Morning Musume’s Tanaka Reina, W-inds, model Ittara, Erena Mizusawa, Nakashima Mika, Thelma Aoyama, Matsuura Aya, Akira and Maki-dai of Exile, Eriko Imai of Speed, Koda Kumi, Chinatsu Wakatsuki, Asami, Maeda Atsuko, Kasai Tomomi, Takahashi Minami and some members of SuG.