MYV Pops

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MYV Pops
Studio album by Miyavi
Released August 2, 2006
Genre Pop, rock
Length 43:52
Label PS Company/Universal
Miyavi chronology
MYV Pops
Miyaviuta ~Dokusou~
(2006)Miyaviuta ~Dokusou~2006

MYV Pops (often stylised as MYV☆POPS) is the fourth studio album by Miyavi. It was released on August 2, 2006 and charted 15th on Oricon.[1] Its limited edition comes with an additional DVD, containing a documentary with back stage footage of the artist's previous tour and the making of the music video for "Kimi ni Negai Wo".[2] The first album singles, "Señor Señora Señorita/Gigpig Boogie" and "Kimi ni Negai Wo" charted as tenth and twenty-sixth respectively.[3] This was the first album, where his style shifted towards a more pop sound, wanting to "study pop music in [his] own way".[4]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Miyavi.

No. Title Length
1. "Are You Ready to Rock? -Rhythm Battle Mix-" 3:55
2. "Kekkonshiki no Uta" (結婚式の唄) 4:52
3. "Señor Señora Señorita" (セニョール セニョーラ セニョリータ) 4:23
4. "Gigpig Boogie" (Gigpigブギ) 3:45
5. "Dear My Friend -Tegami wo Kaku Yo-" (Dear my friend -手紙を書くよ-) 4:27
6. "Itoshii Hito (Beta de Suman) -2006 Ver.-" (愛しい人(ベタですまん。)-2006 ver.-) 5:23
7. "Kimi ni Negai Wo" (君に願いを) 4:40
8. "We Love You ~Sekai wa Kimi wo Aishiteru~" (We love you ~世界は君を愛してる~) 4:38
9. "Peace Sign" (ピースサイン) 4:14
10. "Oretachi Dake no Fighting Song (Tsusho: Neba Giba)" (俺達だけのファイティングソング (通称:ネバギバ)) 3:35


  1. ^ "MYV★POPS" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2017-03-15. 
  2. ^ "雅-miyavi-* – MYV★POPS". Discogs. Retrieved 2017-03-15. 
  3. ^ "Oricon singles list" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on November 9, 2014. Retrieved May 1, 2014. 
  4. ^ non-non (2006-09-17). "Exclusive interview with Miyavi". Japanese Music Entertainment. Retrieved October 12, 2012.