|Birth name||Maki Onaga|
|Also known as||MAAKIII, Maki, Markie, Marquee|
|Born||August 23, 1987|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, musician, songwriter|
|Years active||2004–2009, 2013|
|Associated acts||High and Mighty Color (2004–2009)|
Mākii (マーキー?) (born August 23, 1987 in Okinawa, Japan) is a Japanese musician who was formerly the vocalist and songwriter for the Okinawa-based band High and Mighty Color. She was the youngest member of the band. She has an older brother who introduced her to the world of music and anime. When she performed at a concert in Okinawa in 2003, a scout for a record label noticed her and Anti Nobunaga. Mākii refused the offer at first, wanting to pursue her career in Canada as a solo artist and to master the English language, but she ultimately joined the band. In 2007, she debuted in her first film, Anata wo Wasurenai.
On July 1, 2008, it was announced that Mākii had married Dreams Come True bassist & producer Masato Nakamura on June 22 and would be leaving the band by the end of 2008. In her parting message, Mākii thanked her fellow band members and all of their fans for supporting her and the group for such a long time.
|2007||26 Years Diary (Anata wo Wasurenai)||Yuri|
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