Yuki Maeda

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Yuki Maeda
前田 有紀
Also known as Yukidon
Born (1979-08-28) August 28, 1979 (age 34)
Origin Kōchi, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan
Genres Enka
Occupations Singer
Years active 1998–present
Labels Teichiku, Zetima, Rice Music
Associated acts Akagumi 4, Salt5, H.P. All Stars
Website Hello! Project.com

Yuki Maeda (前田 有紀 Maeda Yuki?, born August 28, 1979 in Kōchi, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese enka singer within Hello! Project. She started her career under the renowned enka record label Teichiku in 2000 with her debut single "Naki Usagi", but did not have any charting singles in Japan until she signed with Up-Front Works and their label Zetima in 2003. In mid-2004 she was transferred to another Up-Front Works' label, Rice Music.

Discography[edit]

The following CDs are released by Teichiku, Zetima, and Rice Music.[1]

Singles[edit]

# Title Release date Peak rank
1 "Naki Usagi" (鳴きうさぎ?) April 12, 2000
2 "Tokyo You Turn" (東京 You ターン Tōkyō You Tān?) January 1, 2001
3 "Tokyo, Yoimachigusa" (東京, 宵町草。?) February 21, 2002
4 "Tokyo Kirigirisu" (東京きりぎりす?) July 16, 2003 #134[2]
5 "Sarasara no Kawa" (さらさらの川?, "The River of Rustling") January 1, 2004 #130[3]
6 "Nishishinjuku de Atta Hito"
(西新宿で逢ったひと?, "The People Who Met in Nishinshinjuku")
September 29, 2004 #83[4]
7 "Omae no Namida o Ore ni Kure" (お前の涙を俺にくれ?) July 26, 2006 #182[5]
8 "Ai Ai Daiko" (相愛太鼓?) September 26, 2007 #119[6]
9 "Kenchana: Daijōbu" (ケンチャナ~大丈夫~?)[7] February 25, 2009 #118[6]
10 "Mianeyo: Gomennasai" (ミアネヨ ~ごめんなさい~?) April 7, 2010 #106[6]
11 "Pusan-hatsu" (釜山発?) May 25, 2011 #130[6]

Albums[edit]

# Title Release date
1 Maeda Yuki Zenkyoku-shū: Kenchana ( 前田有紀 全曲集 ~ケンチャナ~?) September 9, 2009[6]
2 Pusan-hatsu: Kankoku Series Best ( 釜山発 ~韓国シリーズベスト~?) November 22, 2011[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Maeda Yuki discography" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. Retrieved February 24, 2007. 
  2. ^ "You Taiju: Tokyo Kirigirisu" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 24, 2007. 
  3. ^ "You Taiju: Sarasara no Kawa" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 24, 2007. 
  4. ^ "You Taiju: Nishi Shinjuku de Atta Hito" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 24, 2007. 
  5. ^ "You Taiju: Omae no Namida o Ore ni Kure" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 24, 2007. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f "前田有紀のCD・DVDリリース情報" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved January 21, 2012. 
  7. ^ "Kenchana ~Daijōbu~" (in Japanese). Up-Front Works. 

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