Makidai

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Makidai
Born
Daisuke Maki (眞木 大輔, Maki Daisuke)

(1975-10-27) 27 October 1975 (age 43)
NationalityJapanese
Other namesDJ Makidai
Occupation
  • Dancer
  • DJ
  • actor
  • television presenter
Years active1994–
Notable work
Height180 cm (5 ft 11 in)
Television
WebsiteOfficial website

Makidai (stylized as MAKIDAI; born 27 October 1975, in Sakae-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture)[1] is a Japanese dancer, DJ, actor and television presenter. He is a former performer of Exile[2][3][4] and member of PKCZ. He is a former member of the first generation J Soul Brothers and Rather Unique.

Makidai is represented with LDH.

Participating groups[edit]

Name Period of time Ref.
Baby Nail 1994 – 1998
Hip Hop Junkeez 1998 [5]
J Soul Brothers 1999 – 24 August 2001
Exile 24 August 2001 –
Rather Unique 2004 – September 2006
PKCZ 2014 –

Filmography[edit]

Bold roles are shown as his starring roles

TV dramas[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2004 Hotman 2 Osamu Ikegami TBS
2007 On The Way Comedy Michikusa Vol. 2 Saki kake no penpengusa-hen: Taxi Q DVD drama
2008 Hitomi Ken NHK
Koi no kara Sawagi –Love Stories V–: Kinboshi kara Kita Onna Sensui Arima NTV
2009 Tantei M M
2013 Town Doctor Jumbo!! Masayoshi Tsuruta YTV
2014 Tokkō Jimuin Minowa Sobaya Episode 3

Films[edit]

Year Title Role
2007 Shibuya-ku Maruyama-chō Yamaken
2008 Kimi ni Todoku Koe Yuichiro Kitaoka
2009 Byakuya Tatsuo Kijima
Killer Virgin Road Kenichi Egashira
2010 Koisuru Neapolitan: Sekai de Ichiban oishī Aisa Re-kata Yuki Makihara
2014 Oretachi no Ashita Ryu Fudo

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role
2007 Taiyō ni Yaka rete Date
2010 Closer Rally
2011 Love Letters Andy
Red Cliff: Sen Cao Cao
2012 Kagemusha Dokuganryū Masamune Date

TV programmes[edit]

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2009 EXH: Exile House TBS MC
Sanma & Exile no Sekai ni Hitotsudake no Uta TV Asahi [6]
2010 Shūkan Exile TBS
2011 Zip! NTV Main Tuesday personality

Advertisements[edit]

Year Title
2009 Toyota Wish
Meiji Fran
Kosé Cosme Port "Cosmagic"
2010 Rohto Z!
Kirin "Otona no Kirin Lemon"
2011 Fujitsu Arrows
Recruit Hot Pepper
2012 GREE "Seisen Cerberus"
Fujitsu Arrows Tab Wi-Fi
2013 The Coca-Cola Company Coca-Cola Zero
2014 Beats Electronics
2015 Bandai Namco Entertainment Taiko no Tatsujin

Radio[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2005 Oh! My Radio J-Wave
2014 Music Unlimited Tokyo Vagabond Monday navigator

Voice acting[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Examurai Makidai
Hancock Ray Embry (Jason Bateman) Japanese dub

Music videos[edit]

Year Title
1998 Misia "Tsutsumikomu Yō ni..."
2008 Color "ain't so easy"

Advertising[edit]

Year Title Ref.
2010 Emporio Armani [7]

Bibliography[edit]

Books[edit]

Year Title ISBN
2016 Kizuna ISBN 978-4344028760

DJ Makidai[edit]

DJ Makidai
Birth nameDaisuke Maki
Also known asMakidai
Born (1975-10-27) 27 October 1975 (age 43)
Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Genres
Occupation(s)DJ
Years active2002–
Labels
Associated acts
WebsiteOfficial website

DJ Makidai (stylized as DJ MAKIDAI) is the DJ name of the former Exile performer Makidai. He is a member of PKCZ. His record label is Rhythm Zone.

Discography[edit]

Year Title Oricon weekly rank
2008 DJ Makidai from Exile Treasure Mix 3
2009 DJ Makidai from Exile Treasure Mix 2 4
2011 DJ Makidai from Exile Treasure Mix 3 9
2014 Exile Tribe Perfect Mix 7

Participating works[edit]

Year Artist Album/DVD Song
2002 Exile our style "D.T.B"
"Feel the Conflict"
2003 "Styles of Beyond"
"Let Me Luv U Down feat. Zeebra & Maccho (Ozrosaurus)"
2004 Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi Hey Aniki! "Jeep (Remix)"
"Shiawase ni narou yo '04"
2005 Glay×Exile "Scream"
2009 Exile The Hurricane -Fireworks- "Won't Be Long -Live Version-"
Exile Live Tour 2009 "The Monster" "Won't Be Long"
2011 Negai no Tō
2012 Exile Tribe Exile Tribe Live Tour 2012 -Tower Of Wish- "DJ Makidai"
2013 Exile The Second "Survivors feat DJ Makidai from Exile"

Live[edit]

Year Title
2012 Exile Tribe Live Tour 2012 -Tower Of Wish-
2014 Exile Tribe Perfect Year 2014 Special Stage DJ Makidai presents "Club Exile"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "EXILE". LDH (in Japanese). Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.
  2. ^ "EXILE・松本利夫、USA、MAKIDAIが年内パフォーマー卒業". Oricon News (in Japanese). Oricon. 22 Jun 2015. Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.
  3. ^ "EXILEのUSA、MAKIDAI、松本利夫がパフォーマー引退「開拓の旅へ」". Sports Hochi (in Japanese). 22 Jun 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-06-22. Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.
  4. ^ "EXILE松本利夫、USA、MAKIDAI"卒業式"でATSUSHI涙 ラスト曲は「Choo Choo TRAIN」". Model Press (in Japanese). Net Native. 1 Jan 2016. Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.
  5. ^ "デジタルジャンキーズって知って". Chu's Blog: Ikiru (in Japanese). 18 Sep 2012. Archived from the original on 2016-04-26. Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.
  6. ^ "さんま&EXILEの世界に1つだけの歌3" (in Japanese). TV Life. 26 Dec 2012. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.
  7. ^ "EXILE眞木大輔、アルマーニ国内初の男性イメージモデルに起用". eltha (in Japanese). Oricon. 28 Jan 2010. Retrieved 26 Jan 2017.

External links[edit]

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