Mai Kuraki discography

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Mai Kuraki discography
Studio albums 12
Compilation albums 5
Video albums 19
Singles 46
Remix albums 2

The discography of Japanese singer Mai Kuraki consists of twelve studio albums, five compilation albums, two remix albums, nineteen video albums, and forty-six singles. Kuraki debuted in 1999, while she was still in high school, through Giza Studio. The label initially marketed Kuraki in the United States under the name Mai K, and released the single "Baby I Like" (1999). However, the single was a commercial failure which prompted the label to send her back to Japan. There, they released her single "Love, Day After Tomorrow", which peaked at number two on the Oricon Singles Chart and was certified million by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAJ). The second single, "Stay by My Side" became her first number one single on the chart. Kuraki's debut album, Delicious Way, topped the Oricon Albums Chart and was certified triple million by the RIAJ.[1]

In 2001, her second album Perfect Crime was released, and it became another million seller, certified quadruple-platinum by the RIAJ. "Winter Bells", released in 2002 became her second number one single on the Oricon Singles Chart, and its parent album, Fairy Tale, topped the Albums Chart. It sold over 700,000 copies in Japan and earned a triple-platinum certification from the RIAJ. Kuraki's following albums—If I Believe (2003), Wish You the Best (2004), Fuse of Love (2005), and Diamond Wave (2005)—all charted within the top three of the Albums Chart. Both If I Believe and Wish You the Best peaked at number one on the Albums Chart. The former sold over 400,000 copies and was certified two-times platinum by the RIAJ while the latter sold more than 950,000 copies and was certified million by the RIAJ. Kuraki's next studio album release, One Life (2008) charted outside the top 10, peaking at number 14 on the Albums Chart.[1] However, the follow-up to One Life titled Touch Me! (2009) peaked at number one, earning a gold certification. Her second compilation album All My Best (2009) sold over 250,000 copies in Japan and was certificated platinum. The follow-up albums Future Kiss (2010) and Over the Rainbow (2012) peaked at number 3 and 2, respectively, on the Oricon Albums Chart. Her third compilation album Mai Kuraki Best 151A: Love & Hope (2014) sold over 67,000 copies and was certificated gold. Her 11th album Smile (2017) sold only 29,000 copies in Japan and failed commercially but its follow-up single Togetsukyo (Kimi Omou) become her best-selling song in 2010's.

She has also collaborated with Tak Matsumoto of B'z on the single "Imitation Gold", which peaked at number one on the Oricon Singles Chart. In 2009, she was featured on the single "Sunao ni Ienakute" by Zard, a rearranged version of the band's 1999 song of the same title. The single peaked at number five on the Oricon Singles Chart.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales
(JPN)[2]
Certifications
JPN
Oricon

[3]
JPN
Billboard

[4][A]
TWN
[5][B]
TWN East Asian
[6][C][D]
Delicious Way 1 - 3,530,000
Perfect Crime
  • Released: July 4, 2001
  • Label: Giza Studio
  • Format(s): CD, cassette
1 - 1,320,000
Secret of My Heart (as Mai-K)
  • Released: January 22, 2002[9]
  • Label: Giza USA
  • Format(s): CD
-
Fairy Tale
  • Released: October 23, 2002
  • Label: Giza Studio
  • Format(s): CD, cassette
1 - 731,000
If I Believe
  • Released: July 9, 2003
  • Label: Giza Studio
  • Format(s): CD, cassette
1 - 445,000
  • JPN: 2× Platinum[11]
Fuse of Love 3 - 13 1 185,000
Diamond Wave
  • Released: August 2, 2006
  • Label: Giza Studio
  • Format(s): CD, digital download
3 - 13 2 132,000
One Life
  • Released: January 1, 2008
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): CD, digital download
14 - 12 1 89,000
Touch Me!
  • Released: January 21, 2009
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): CD, digital download
1 - 12 1 90,000
Future Kiss
  • Released: November 17, 2010
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): CD, digital download
3 3 11 3 65,000
Over the Rainbow
  • Released: January 11, 2012
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): CD, digital download
2 2 14 2 50,000
Smile
  • Released: February 15, 2017
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): CD, digital download
4 7 - - 30,000
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music or Gaon Charts, or items that did not chart.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales
(JPN)[2]
Certifications
JPN
[16]
TWN
[5]
TWN East Asian
[6][F]
Wish You the Best
  • Released: January 1, 2004
  • Label: Giza Studio
  • Format(s): CD, cassette, digital download
1 956,000
All My Best 1 18 2 257,000
Request Best "My & Mai"
  • Released: May, 2014 (Released exclusively on her fan club "Mai-K.net")
  • Label: Vermillion Records
  • Format(s): CD
Mai Kuraki Best 151A: Love & Hope
  • Released: November 12, 2014[19]
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): 2CD, 2CD+DVD, digital download
2 19 4 67,000
Mai Kuraki x Meitantei Conan Collaboration Best 21: Shinjitsu wa Itsumo Uta ni Aru!
  • Released: October 25, 2017[21]
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): CD, CD+DVD
4 71,000
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music or Gaon Charts, or items that did not chart.

Remix albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details
Cool City Production Vol. 3 "Mai-K's Club Side"[22]
  • Released: April 24, 2002
  • Label: Tent House
  • Format(s): CD
Cool City Production Vol. 4 "Mai-K" Feel Fine![22]
  • Released: October 23, 2002
  • Label: Tent House
  • Format(s): CD

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales
(JPN CD)[2]
Sales
(JPN DL)
Certifications Album
JPN Oricon
[3]
JPN Hot 100
[4][G][H]
TWN
[5]
TWN East Asian
[6][I]
"Baby I Like" (as Mai-K)[36] 1999 Secret of My Heart
"Love, Day After Tomorrow" 2 63 1,385,000 100,000+
  • JPN (physical): Million[37]
  • JPN (digital): Gold[38]
Delicious Way
"Stay by My Side" 2000 1 922,000
  • JPN (physical): 2× Platinum[39]
"Secret of My Heart" 2 969,000 100,000+
  • JPN (physical): Million[40]
  • JPN (digital): Gold[38]
"Never Gonna Give You Up" 2 434,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum[40]
"Simply Wonderful" 2 385,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[41]
Wish You the Best
"Reach for the Sky" 3 468,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum[42]
Perfect Crime
"Tsumetai Umi" 2001 2 356,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum[43]
"Start in My Life"
"Stand Up" 2 476,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum[44]
"Always" 2 220,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[45]
"Can't Forget Your Love" 2 180,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[46]
Fairy Tale
"Perfect Crime (Single Edit)" Perfect Crime
"Winter Bells" 2002 1 258,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[47]
Fairy Tale
"Feel Fine!" 2 452,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum[48]
"Like a Star in the Night" 2 120,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[49]
"Make My Day" 2 108,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[50]
If I Believe
"Time After Time (Hana Mau Machi de)" 2003 3 100 144,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[51]
"Kiss" 3 112,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[51]
"Kaze no La La La" 3 96,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[51]
"Ashita e Kakeru Hashi" 2004 3 91,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[52]
Fuse of Love
"Love, Needing" 2005 5 69,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[53]
"Dancing" 5 57,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[54]
"P.S My Sunshine" 8 42,000
"Growing of My Heart" 7 62,000 Diamond Wave
"Best of Hero" 2006 5 58,000
"Diamond Wave" 7 31,000
"Shiroi Yuki" 4 20 44,000 One Life
"Season of Love" 2007 6 31,000
"Silent Love (Open My Heart)" 9 31,000
"Be With U"
"Yume ga Saku Haru" 2008 5 12 29,000 Touch Me!
"You and Music and Dream"
"Ichibyōgoto ni Love for You" 7 18 15 3 30,000
"24 Xmas Time" 7 7 18 2 27,000
"Puzzle" 2009 3 6 20 6 48,000 Future Kiss
"Revive" 55
"Beautiful" 2 5 3 36,000
"Eien Yori Nagaku" 2010 4 6 15 7 30,000
"Drive Me Crazy"
"Summer Time Gone" 4 8 13 4 33,000
"1000 Mankai no Kiss" 2011 4 9 14 3 25,000 Over the Rainbow
"Mō Ichido" 7 29 23,000
"Your Best Friend" 6 10 14 3 25,000
"Strong Heart" 4[J] 63 3[J] 20,000
"Koi ni Koishite" 2012 7 13 7 22,000 Mai Kuraki Best 151A: Love & Hope
"Special Morning Day to You"
"Try Again" 2013 6 9 3 20,000
"Wake Me Up" 2014 2[J] 75 12,000
"Muteki na Heart" 5 6 30,000
"Stand by You"
"Yesterday Love"
2017 3[K] 6,000 Smile
"Sawage Life"
"Togetsukyo (Kimi Omou)" 5 2 76,000 250,000+
  • JPN (digital): Platinum
Mai Kuraki x Meitantei Conan Collaboration Best 21:
Shinjitsu wa Itsumo Uta ni aru!
"We Are Happy Women" 2018 [L] TBA
"Do It!" [M]
"Light Up My Life" [N]
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music or Billboard charts, or items that did not chart.

As a featured artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (JPN)[2] Certifications Album
JPN Oricon
[58]
JPN Hot 100
[4][O]
TWN East Asian
[6][P]
"I Just Can't Stop Loving You"
(Experience featuring Mai Kuraki)
2003 Experience 2
"Imitation Gold"
(Tak Matsumoto featuring Mai Kuraki)
1 81,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold[61]
The Hit Parade
"Sunao ni Ienakute"
(Zard featuring Mai Kuraki)
2009 5 19 13 50,000 Zard Forever Best: 25th Anniversary
"Doushite Suki nandaro?"
(Nerdhead featuring Mai.K)
2011 15 65 9,000 Behind the Truth
"Hitori, Hitotsu"
(As a part of a group of 16 voices)
2015 123 - Non-album single
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music or Billboard charts, or items that did not chart.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
JPN Hot 100
[4][Q]
JPN RIAJ
Digital
Track
Chart

[R][S]
"Watashi no, Shiranai, Watashi." 2009 20 All My Best
"Chance for You"
(Cinema version)[68]
2010 Non-album single
"Boyfriend"
(featuring Michael Africk)
Future Kiss
"Future Kiss" 30 91
"Tomorrow Is the Last Time" 42
"Anata ga Irukara" 2011 Mai Kuraki Best 151A: Love & Hope
"Anata ga Irukara"
(Fantasy on Ice 2011, collaboration with Shizuka Arakawa)
Non-album single
"Reach for the Sky"
(Re:ggae Summer 2013 Version)[69]
2013
"Serendipity" 2015 Smile
"Serendipity"
(featuring Sensation)
2016 Non-album single
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard or RIAJ charts, or items that did not chart.

Other appearances[edit]

List of non-studio album or guest appearances that feature Mai Kuraki
Title Year Album
"I'll Be There"[70] 2001 Giza Studio R&B Respect Vol.1: Six Sisters Selection
"What Can I Do" (Michael Africk with Mai-K)[71] 2002 Patapata Hikōsen no Bōken: Original Soundtrack
"Don't Worry Baby"[72] Giza Studio Mai-K & Friends Hotrod Beach Party
"My Story, Your Song" (Stefanie Sun featuring Mai Kuraki)[73] 2003 To Be Continued...
"Kotoba ni Dekinai Hodo Suki nanoni" (Nerdhead featuring Mai Kuraki) 2011 Behind the Truth

Videography[edit]

Video albums[edit]

List of media, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Certifications
JPN
[3]
TWN
[74][T]
First Cut
  • Released: November 8, 2000
  • Label: Giza Studio
  • Format(s): DVD, VHS
1
Mai Kuraki & Experience First Live 2001 in Zepp Osaka
  • Released: September 19, 2001[75]
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): VHS
Mai Kuraki & Experience First Live Tour 2001 Eternal Moment
  • Released: November 21, 2001
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): DVD, VHS
2
Mai Kuraki "Loving You..." Tour 2002 Final 2.27 in Yokohama Arena
  • Released: April 3, 2002[76]
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): VHS
Mai Kuraki "Loving You..." Tour 2002 Complete Edition
  • Released: May 15, 2002
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): DVD
2
My Reflection
  • Released: January 17, 2004
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): DVD
1
Mai Kuraki 5th Anniversary Edition Grow, Step by Step
  • Released: January 5, 2005
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): DVD
7
Mai Kuraki Live Tour 2005 Like a Fuse of Live and Tour Documentary of "Chance for You"
  • Released: February 22, 2006
  • Label: B-Vision
  • Format(s): DVD
6 2
Brilliant Cut: Mai Kuraki Live & Document
  • Released: August 22, 2007
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
6 4
Mai Kuraki Live Tour 2008 "Touch Me!"
  • Released: May 6, 2009
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
4 3
10th Anniversary Mai Kuraki Live Tour "Best"
  • Released: December 23, 2009
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
10 8
Happy Happy Halloween Live 2010
  • Released: October 19, 2010
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
9 4
Mai Kuraki Premium Live One for All, All for One
  • Released: March 14, 2012
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
9 5
Mai Kuraki Live Tour 2012: Over the Rainbow
  • Released: August 15, 2012
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
6 3
Mai Kuraki Symphonic Collection in Moscow
  • Released: December 19, 2012
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD+CD, 2DVD+CD
15 3
Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live: Opus 1
  • Released: July 3, 2013
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
14 5
Mai Kuraki Live Project 2013 "Re:"
  • Released: December 4, 2013
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
10
Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live: Opus 2
  • Released: March 26, 2014
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD
34 3
15th Anniversary Mai Kuraki Live Project 2014 BEST “151A” ~Premium~
  • Released: May 27, 2015
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
4
Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live: Opus 3
  • Released: January 27, 2016
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
40
Mai Kuraki Live Project 2017: Sawage Live
  • Released: August 16, 2017
  • Label: Northern Music
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
9
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music chart, or items that did not chart.


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Billboard Japan Hot Albums was established in June 2015.
  2. ^ The G-Music chart was established in July 2005 and only archives the top 20 releases.
  3. ^ The G-Music East Asian chart is a sub-chart, so releases listed may not have charted on the main top 20.
  4. ^ Positions taken from 2005 week 33 for Fuse of Love, 2006 week 31 for Diamond Wave, 2007 week 52 for One Life, 2009 week 3 for Touch Me!, 2010 week 47 for Future Kiss, and 2012 week 2 for Over the Rainbow.
  5. ^ Perfect Crime received a 4× Platinum certification for 1,600,000 copies, however the 4× Platinum threshold was depreciated in 2003.
  6. ^ Position was taken from 2009 week 37 for All My Best, 2014 week 46 for Best 151A.
  7. ^ The Japan Hot 100 was established in February 2008.
  8. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Puzzle",[23] "Revive",[23] "Beautiful",[24] "Love, Day After Tomorrow",[25] "Eien Yori Nagaku",[26] "Summer Time Gone",[27] "1000 Mankai no Kiss",[28] "Mō Ichido",[29] "Your Best Friend",[30] "Strong Heart",[31] "Koi ni Koishite",[32] "Try Again",[33] "Wake Me Up",[34] "Muteki na Heart".[35]
  9. ^ Positions taken from 2006 week 50 for "Shiroi Yuki", 2008 week 27 for "Ichibyōgoto ni Love for You", 2008 week 47 for "24 Xmas Time", 2009 week 13 for "Puzzle", 2009 week 23 for "Beautiful", 2010 week 11 for "Eien Yori Nagaku/Drive Me Crazy", 2010 week 35 for "Summer Time Gone", 2011 week 12 for "1000 Mankai no Kiss", 2011 week 44 for "Your Best Friend", 2012 week 33 for "Koi ni Koishite", and 2013 week 6 for "Try Again".
  10. ^ a b c Charted on the DVD chart.
  11. ^ Charted on the Blu-ray chart.
  12. ^ "We Are Happy Women" did not enter the Billboard Japan Hot 100 Chart, but peaked at number 93 on the Billboard Japan Top Download Songs Chart.[55]
  13. ^ "Do It!" did not enter the Billboard Japan Hot 100 Chart, but peaked at number 74 on the Billboard Japan Top Download Songs Chart.[56]
  14. ^ "Light Up My Life" did not enter the Billboard Japan Hot 100 Chart, but peaked at number 59 on the Billboard Japan Top Download Songs Chart.[57]
  15. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Sunao no Ienakute"[59] and "Dōshite Suki Nandarō".[60]
  16. ^ Position taken from 2009 week 22 for "Sunao ni Ienakute".
  17. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Watashi no, Shiranai, Watashi.",[62] "Future Kiss",[63] and "Kotoba ni Dekinai Hodo ni Suki na no ni".[64]
  18. ^ The RIAJ Digital Track Chart is a depreciated chart that ran from 2009 until early 2012 and tracked full-length cellphone downloads.
  19. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Tomorrow Is the Last Time",[65] "Future Kiss",[66] and "Kotoba ni Dekinai Hodo ni Suki na no ni".[67]
  20. ^ Positions were taken from 2006 week 8 for Mai Kuraki Live Tour 2005 Like a Fuse of Live and Tour Documentary of "Chance for You", 2007 week 34 for Brilliant Cut: Mai Kuraki Live & Document, 2009 week 18 for Mai Kuraki Live Tour 2008 "Touch Me!", 2009 week 52 for 10th Anniversary Mai Kuraki Live Tour "Best", 2011 week 44 for Happy Happy Halloween Live 2010, 2011 week 49 for Strong Heart: From Mai Kuraki Premium Live One for All, All for One, 2012 week 33 for Mai Kuraki Live Tour 2012: Over the Rainbow, 2013 week 51 for Mai Kuraki Symphonic Collection in Moscow, 2013 week 27 for Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live: Opus 1, and 2014 week 13 for Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live: Opus 2.

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