Maki Ohguro

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Maki Ohguro
大黒摩季
Birth name 大黒摩季 (Ohguro, Maki)
Born (1969-12-31) December 31, 1969 (age 44)
Origin Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan
Genres Pop, dance pop, new wave
Occupations Singer, songwriter, lyricist
Years active 1989–present
Labels Toshiba EMI, B-Gram, Virgin Music, Cam Entertainment, Avex Group, 32
Website www.m-drive.net

Maki Ohguro (大黒 摩季 Ōguro Maki?) is a Japanese pop singer and songwriter from Sapporo, Hokkaido.

Introduction[edit]

In 1989, she passed the '3rd BAD' audition. Her famous songs are "DA・KA・RA", "Chotto", and so on... Her second single "DA・ka・RA" sold 1.1 million copies and won the 'Japan Record Grand Prix' newcomer award of the year. Because of her rare public appearances, she was originally known as a phantom singer, like Izumi Sakai of Zard. "Anata Dake Mitsumeteru", the ending theme for Slam Dunk, was the number 2 song for the month of January 1994,[1] and is certified as a Million record, selling 1,087,160 copies.[2]

Singles[edit]

  • Stop Motion (1992/05/27)
  • DA・KA・RA (1992/09/23)
  • チョット (1993/02/10)
  • 別れましょう私から消えましょうあなたから (1993/04/28)
  • Harlem Night (1993/07/28)
  • あなただけ見つめてる (1993/12/10)
  • 白いGradation (1994/01/29)
  • 夏が来る (1994/04/23)
  • 永遠の夢に向かって (1994/10/05)
  • ら・ら・ら (1995/02/20)
  • いちばん近くにいてね (1995/05/03)
  • 愛してます (1995/11/06)
  • あぁ (1996/02/26)
  • 熱くなれ (1996/07/08)
  • アンバランス (1996/12/02)
  • ゲンキダシテ 91997/03/26)
  • 空 (1997/05/28)
  • ネッ!~女、情熱~ (1998/02/25)
  • 太陽の国へ行こうよ すぐに ~空飛ぶ夢に乗って~ (1999/02/24)
  • 夢なら醒めてよ (1999/08/04)
  • 虹ヲコエテ (2001/08/08)
  • 雪が降るまえに (2001/10/31)
  • アイデンティティ (2002/05/29)
  • 勝手に決めないでよ (2003/03/12)
  • 夏が来る、そして… (2003/05/28)
  • いとしいひとへ ~Merry Christmas~ (2003/12/03)
  • Asahi ~Shine&Groove~ (2004/07/28)
  • Over Top (2005/04/27)
  • 胡蝶の夢 (2006/02/08)
  • コレデイイノ?!/恋の悪魔-She's no Angel- (2007/04/18)
  • IT'S ALL RIGHT (2010/05/19)
  • Anything Goes! (2010/11/17)
  • Anything Goes! “Ballad” (2011/07/12)

Albums[edit]

  • Stop Motion (1992/06/24)
  • DA DA DA (1993/04/28)
  • U. be love (1993/11/10)
  • 永遠の夢に向かって (Eien no Yume ni Mukatte) (1994/11/09)
  • LA.LA.LA. (1995/07/19)
  • Back Beats #1(1995/12/11) - greatest hits collection
  • Power of Dreams (1997/08/06)
  • Mother Earth (1998/09/09)
  • Best of Best (1999/12/31) - 2 discs
  • O (2001/12/12)
  • Presents (2002/12/11)
  • Rhythm Black (2003/06/25)
  • Copy Band Generation Vol.1(2004/03/17)
  • Happiness (2005/06/22)
  • weep~The Best Ballads Collection~ (2006/03/15)
  • Positive Spiral (2008/01/30)
  • LUXURY 22-24pm (2009/02/04)
  • すっぴん (2010/08/25)

DVDs[edit]

  • Live Beats! ~How Are You? I'm Fine!~ (2000/08/01)
  • Live Nature #0 ~Nice to meet you~
  • Live Nature #2 ~Best Beats~
  • Live Nature #3 Special ~Rain or Shine~
  • Copy Band Generation Vol. 1(2004/09/29)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1994年1月オリコンシングルランキング" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2012-03-16. 
  2. ^ "ビーイング@売上データ補完スレ". 2007-11-21. Retrieved 2012-03-16. 

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