Maki Ohguro

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Maki Ohguro
Native name
大黒 摩季
Born (1969-12-31) December 31, 1969 (age 48)
Sapporo, Japan
Genres
Occupation(s)
Years active1989–2010, 2015-present
Labels
Associated actsBeing Inc.
Websitewww.maki-ohguro.com

Maki Ohguro (大黒 摩季, Ōguro Maki) is a Japanese pop singer and songwriter from Sapporo, Hokkaido under B-Gram Records label.

Biography[edit]

In 1989, she passed Being Inc.'s singers audition, the "3rd BAD".[1]

In 1992, she debuted with the single "Stop Motion" released under B-Gram Records. 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.[2] Her famous songs are "DA・KA・RA", "Chotto", as well as others. "Anata Dake Mitsumeteru", the ending theme for Slam Dunk, was the number 2 song for the month of January 1994,[3] and is certified as a Million record, selling 1,087,160 copies.[4] She joined in production of albums and singles in position of backing chorus for various artist including Field of View, Wands, Deen, Zard and many others.

In 1999. she released a compilation album "Maki Ohguro Best of Best -All Singles Collection-", then Maki left Being Inc. company and moved to EMI Music Japan where she was active from 2003 until 2010. On 25 August 2010, on same day when her studio album "Suppin" was released, she announced a hiatus from music activities due to illness.[5][6][7]

After six-years of hiatus, in June 2016 she announced resume of her music activities under her debut company, Being Inc..[8] Two months later on 10 August, she released new digital single "Higher Higher".[9][10] On 18 November 2016 Maki has made her television appearance after 18 years in Music Station program.[11]

Since February 2017 she is performing her live tour Maki Ohguro 2017 Live-STEP!! ~Higher↗↗Higher↗↗Chuunen yo Atsuku Nare!! Greatest Hits +~ in 47 prefectures.[12] In September 2017, she released her first single after hiatus titled "Lie,Lie,Lie", which was used in media as an opening theme for Anime television series Case Closed.[13][14][15]

So far she has released 36 singles, 13 studio albums and 6 best-of albums.[16]

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

List of provided works[edit]

Lyricist[edit]

  • Manish
    • Roman Sakusen Go and Go!
    • Sunao no Mama Kiss Shiyou!
    • Kimi he no Melody
    • Kimi ga Hoshii Zenbu ga Hoshii
    • Nemuranai Machi ni Nagasarete
  • Nanase Aikawa
    • Shock of Love
  • Tube
    • Natsuiro no Time Capsule
  • La PomPon
    • Koi wa Su-gu Dance
    • Yada! Iyada! Yada! - Sweet Teens ver.-
  • An Cafe
    • Sennen Dive!!!
  • Hiromi Go
    • Irregular

Composer[edit]

  • Silk
    • John Lenon ga Kikoeru Yoru
  • Litz.Co
    • What do you wanna
  • Keiko Utoku
    • Anata ni Aitai

Magazine appearances[edit]

From Music Freak Magazine

  • 1994 November Vol.1[17]
  • 1994 December–January Vol.2[18]
  • 1995 April Vol.5[19]
  • 1995 July Vol.5[20]
  • 1995 October Vol.10[21]
  • 1995 December Vol.12[22]
  • 1996 January Vol.13[23]
  • 1996 March Vol.15[24]
  • 1996 May Vol.18[25]
  • 1996 June Vol.19[26]
  • 1996 August Vol.21[27]
  • 1996 September Vol.22[28]
  • 1996 October Vol.23[29]
  • 1996 November Vol.24[30]
  • 1997 January Vol.25[31]
  • 1997 April Vol.29[32]
  • 1997 May Vol.30[33]
  • 1997 June Vol.31[34]
  • 1997 July Vol.32[35]
  • 1997 August Vol.33[36]
  • 1997 September Vol.34[37]
  • 1997 December Vol.37[38]
  • 1998 January Vol.38[39]
  • 1998 February Vol.39[40]
  • 1998 August Vol.45[41]
  • 1998 September Vol.46[42]
  • 1998 October Vol.47[43]
  • 1999 February Vol.51[44]
  • 1999 April Vol.53[45]
  • 1999 May Vol.54[46]
  • 1999 June Vol.55[47]
  • 1999 July Vol.56[48]
  • 1999 August Vol.57[49]
  • 1999 September Vol.58[50]
  • 1999 December Vol.61[51]
  • 2000 January Vol.62[52]
  • 2000 March Vol.64[53]
  • 2000 August Vol.69[54]
  • 2001 July Vol.80[55]

From J-Rock Magazine

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ 1994年1月オリコンシングルランキング (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2012-04-01. Retrieved 2012-03-16.
  4. ^ "ビーイング@売上データ補完スレ". 2007-11-21. Retrieved 2012-03-16.
  5. ^ "大黒摩季、重度の子宮疾患を公表 無期限活動休止へ". Oricon News.
  6. ^ "大黒摩季、子宮腺筋症治療のためアーティスト活動休止". Natalie.mu.
  7. ^ "大黒摩季が無期限活動休止「重度の子宮疾患メドレー」". Natalie.mu.
  8. ^ "大黒摩季、病気治療乗り越え活動再開へ 約6年ぶりステージ復帰". Oricon News.
  9. ^ "大黒摩季、8月に復帰後初の6年ぶり新曲 ヒット曲タイトルちりばめる". Oricon News.
  10. ^ "大黒摩季、復帰後"初"となる新曲「Higher↗↗ Higher↗↗」配信リリース決定". Musicman-net.
  11. ^ "大黒摩季、18年ぶり『Mステ』出演へ 復帰後初のTV歌唱". Oricon News.
  12. ^ "Maki Ohguro 2017 Live-STEP!!〜 Higher↗↗Higher↗↗中年よ熱くなれ!! Greatest Hits+ 〜 Schedule". Official Website Maki Ohguro.
  13. ^ "大黒摩季、復帰後初シングル曲「Lie, Lie, Lie,」が『名探偵コナン』OPテーマに決定". Realsound.jp.
  14. ^ "「名探偵コナン」新OPは"大黒摩季風ムフフ"なラテンチューン". Natalie.mu.
  15. ^ "大黒摩季、『名探偵コナン』テーマソング初担当「家族みんなで唄えるサビに」". Barks.jp.
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