Sandaime J Soul Brothers

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Sandaime J Soul Brothers
The Third J Soul Brothers at the 68th Kohaku Uta Gassen Festival. 2018.jpg
Background information
Also known as3JSB
三代目JSB
J Soul Brothers III[1]
The Third J Soul Brothers
OriginTokyo, Japan
Genres
Years active2010 (2010)–present
LabelsRhythm Zone, LDH
Associated acts
Websitewww.jsoulb.jp
MembersNaoto
Naoki Kobayashi
Elly
Kenjiro Yamashida
Takanori Iwata
Ryuji Imaichi
Hiroomi Tosaka

Sandaime J Soul Brothers (Japanese: 三代目, Sandaime; "Third Generation"), officially known as Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe, are the third generation unit of the J Soul Brothers, a J-pop vocal and dance group formed by Exile leader Hiro. Sandaime J Soul Brothers are managed by Hiro's talent agency LDH, and are a part of the supergroup, Exile Tribe. Formed exclusively by Exile's Vocal Battle Audition in 2010, Sandaime J Soul Brothers released their first single "Best Friend's Girl" in November 2010, which peaked at number three on the Oricon Singles Chart. Their self-titled debut album J Soul Brothers, released in 2011, also peaked at number three.[2] In 2013, they achieved their first number-one record with their third album Miracle.

Sandaime J Soul Brothers were propelled to commercial and critical success following the release of their 2014 single "R.Y.U.S.E.I.", which won the Japan Record Award, the highest honor at the 56th Japan Record Awards.[3] The group's fifth studio album Planet Seven was the second best-selling Japanese album and the third best-selling Asian album of 2015, selling a total of 871,000 physical copies in Japan alone certified million by the RIAJ for having over one million shipments.[4] Additionally, Recochoku revealed the group as the best selling artist of the year with R.Y.U.S.E.I reported as the best selling song for both Recochoku and Billboard year end charts.[5][6]

As of April 2017, Sandaime J Soul Brothers have sold a total of more than 10.15 million records including over 7.25 million singles sales in Japan alone since their debut in late 2010.[7][8] By the end of 2015, Sandaime was reported to have earned an estimated total gross of ¥6,856,000,000[9] and an increased total of ¥8,256,000,000 too during the next year in 2016.[10]

History[edit]

2010: Group formation and debut[edit]

In July 2010, Japanese music dance group Exile announced on their variety show Shuukan EXILE that the J Soul Brothers would be returning with new members. The new generation, called Sandaime J Soul Brothers, would be led by Exile members Naoto and Naoki Kobayashi, both who were also members of the previous J Soul Brothers lineup.[11] Elly, a member of the Exile theater group Gekidan EXILE, was announced to be the first new member.

To select a main vocalist for the group, Exile monitored the contestants in the singing competition, Vocal Battle Audition 2. Created by Exile's Hiro in 2006, the Vocal Battle Audition is held every few years to find new talents for their management agency, LDH. Ryuji Imaichi from Kawasaki participated in the first Vocal Battle Audition in 2006, but failed to pass the second screening. Imaichi tried his luck again four years later with the second series of Vocal Battle Audition, auditioning against 30,000 applicants. He finished first place with Hiroomi Tosaka from Tokyo.

In September 2010, Exile confirmed the final new members of Sandaime J Soul Brothers at their concert in Aichi: Gekidan EXILE member Kenjiro Yamashita, new recruit Takanori Iwata, and Vocal Battle Audition 2 winners, Imaichi and Tosaka. Exile then revealed that the new group were in the midst of preparing two debut singles.[12]

Sandaime J Soul Brothers released their debut single, "Best Friend's Girl", on November 10, debuting at number three on the Oricon Singles Chart.[13] It was used as a theme song for Meiji Meltykiss. The single was mildly successful, selling about 83,000 physical copies by 2011. However, the single was more well-received digitally, and went to receive the platinum digital certification by the RIAJ in 2013.

Their second single "On Your Mark ~Hikari no Kiseki~", released on December 1, also debuted at number three.[14] It was used as the opening theme song for the Japanese television drama Kenji Kijima Heihachiro and sold about 59,000 physical copies.

2011–13: J Soul Brothers, Tribal Soul and Miracle[edit]

In May 2011, Sandaime J Soul Brothers released their third single Love Song. Debuting at number seven and selling only about 44,000 copies, it was the group's lowest-selling single. Despite the slow decline in sales, the group released their debut studio album, self-titled J Soul Brothers, to mild commercial success in June 2011. The album debuted at number three on the Oricon Albums Chart, selling 93,548 copies in the first week of release.[15] It charted for 30 weeks, selling 137,366 physical copies by the end of the year.

The following month, LDH announced that Sandaime J Soul Brothers would perform the theme song for the Japanese television drama Rokudenashi Blues, a live adaptation of the manga series of the same name.[16] In July, a series of PVs for the drama, titled "Fighters", was revealed online.[17] The single was released on September 7, and became the group's first single to debut at number one on the Oricon Singles Chart, selling 83,000 copies on the first week. Their fifth single "Refrain", released in November 2011, debuted at number two.

Sandaime J Soul Brothers' second studio album, Tribal Soul, was released in December 2011. It debuted at number two and charted for 45 weeks, selling 156,894 physical copies.

The group released three singles in 2012, all debuting at number three on the Oricon Singles Chart. Their seventh single "0 ~Zero~", released in August 2012, became their first single to sell over 100,000 copies. Their third studio album, Miracle, debuted at number one on the Oricon Album Chart and received a platinum certification by the RIAJ, selling 264,345 copies in 2013.

2014–15: R.Y.U.S.E.I and PLANET SEVEN[edit]

In February 2014 LDH announced that Sandaime J Soul Brothers would release a four "seasonal" single series from the beginning of the year till the very end of it with each single representing the spring, summer, fall and winter seasons thorough the year. The first single "S.A.K.U.R.A" was released in March 2014 and debuted at number two on the Oricon Singles Chart.[18]

During the following months it was revealed that the group went to Los Angeles for the shooting of the MV of the new single. Producer STY was accredited with the production of the song and member ELLY made the choreography. Their new single "R.Y.U.S.E.I" was set to be released on June 25. The song topped the Oricon Single Charts at number one selling 162,174 copies on its first week. "R.Y.U.S.E.I" gained media attention for its different approach, visuals and refreshing EDM style which earned recognition to Sandaime J Soul Brothers for the following months until their nomination to the Japan Record Award, later winning the highest honor and skyrocketing the group to mainstream success for its following year too.

After their return to Japan, Sandaime J Soul Brothers released their next single C.O.S.M.O.S. ~Akizakura~ (秋桜) on October 15. The single sold a total of 147,059 on its first month and went gold on digital sales. Finally O.R.I.O.N the last single for the winter season was released. O.R.I.O.N topped both Recochoku and iTunes weekly single charts in its first week of release, and ranked #2 in Oricon weekly single chart, selling 190,261 physical copies.

On late December the details of their new album were released. The album would be titled PLANET SEVEN and it would be released on January 28, 2015 JST.[19][20]

In 2015 Sandaime J Soul Brothers's fifth studio album PLANET SEVEN was released in five editions and sold 508,337 on its first week once again gaining the number one spot at the Oricon Album Charts. PLANET SEVEN stayed in the top five position for over a moth and amassed at total of 855,215 physical copies sold and 1 million digital sales. A promotional music video was released in early January for the track "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe!". Even though the video wasn't an actual single it gathered 8 million views on YouTube on its first month and currently has over 20 million views.

In March 2015 it was revealed that the group would release two new singles in the month of April. The first single "starting over" sold 439,067 copies on its first week. The latter major maxi single STORM RIDERS featured Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash.[21] The song sold 107,685 copies on its first week too. Additionally the group released a promotional music video for the B-side track "J.S.B Dream" to promote the launch of their website and clothing apparel brand JSB.[22]

Sandaime J Soul Brothers receiving their second Japan Record Awards Grand Prize in December, 2015

In July 8 Sandaime J Soul brothers was set to release their new single "Summer Madness" which was a collaboration with DJ and producer Afrojack. Previous collaborator STY also took part on the production of the song. "Summer Madness" sold 194,883 copies on its first week and remained on the Oricon charts for the next four weeks.[23]

The song was also featured on the set of Afrojack at Ultra Music Festival Japan. Ultimately the single sold a total of 233,768 physical copies and went Double Platinum on the RIAJ digital sales.

Almost two weeks after releasing 'Summer Madness' Sandaime announced their next single titled "Unfair World" which was tied up with the movie UNFAIR.[24] The song would be a ballad, meaning it would be around a year since their last ballad C.O.S.M.O.S. ~Akizakura~ (秋桜). On the 2nd of September "Unfair World" was released selling 179,822 copies on its first week and selling a reported total of 204,588 copies. The song was later nominated at the Japan Record Awards for the grand prize which the group won with an excellence award in addition. This was the second year in a row Sandaime J Soul Brothers won the top award over other veteran artists such as AKB48, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and AAA.[25][26]

2016–17:THE JSB LEGACY, THE JSB WORLD and solo activities[edit]

In early 2016, it was announced that a documentary film featuring the members of Sandaime J Soul Brothers would be screened in major theaters in Japan in the 12th of February. The documentary titled "Born in the EXILE" would include footage from their previous 'BLUE PLANET' tour as well as extra footage describing the group's history and the members outlook on their activities and grow so far as a group. A song under the same title "Born in the EXILE" was used as the official theme song and was written and composed by both vocalists Hiroomi Tosaka and Ryuji Imaichi. In late February, Avex released a teaser through JSB's official website and YouTube announcing their new album titled THE JSB LEGACY. The album track list includes previous singles; "starting over", "Storm Riders", "Summer Madness" and "Unfair World". The album peaked at number one selling 476,120 copies on its first week and by the end of the year it sold 643,115 physical copies and was certified triple platinum for selling over 750,000 copies in total.[27] The JSB Legacy is the fourth consecutive studio album by the group to chart at the top position on the charts.

On November 9, Sandaime's 20th single "Welcome to TOKYO" was released. This single would be their first and only to be released in 2016, a year and two months after their previous release "Unfair World" in September 2015. The single charted at number two on the weekly single charts selling 158,936 physical copies on its first week[28] and also served as the theme song for the group's dome tour METROPOLIZ which was scheduled to take place between the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017.

Following the beginning of 2017, the group's next single 'HAPPY' was released on March 8. The announcement was sidelined with the release of Sandaime J Soul Brothers' second compilation album 'The JSB World'. The album track list features all major singles from their debut, including B-side tracks and their latest single 'HAPPY'. Sandaime concluded their tour METROPOLIZ, adding further performances and an additional tour UNKNOWN METROPOLIZ wrapping up on a 10 day long continued performance at Tokyo Dome.[29]

In March 2017 performer ELLY, released his first EP album NEOTOKYO digitally under the stage name "CRAZYBOY". The album topped iTunes weekly ranking on its first week. The album would be the first of a three part release followed by NEOTOKYO II and NEOTOKYO III.[30] Vocalist Hiroomi Tosaka made his solo debut later on July 27 with his first digital single "Wasted Love" and a second digital single "Diamond Sunset".[31] Both singles were produced by Afrojack and Fais. The singles topped iTunes' singles ranking.

Sandaime J Soul Brothers released their 22nd single "J.S.B. HAPPINESS" in December 13 along with their DVD live concerts from the group's tours in 2016 and 2017. "J.S.B. HAPPINESS" topped the Oricon Weekly Charts making this their 6th number one release since their debut.

2018–present: FUTURE and continued solo activities[edit]

Sandaime J Soul Brothers at the SSFF red carpet on 2018. Their title track "FUTURE" was used as the official song for the festival.

On January 2018 it was announced the group will release a new album called FUTURE scheduled to be released in early summer. This would be their first studio album in two years since THE JSB LEGACY. Together with new songs FUTURE will include Hiroomi Tosaka's solo singles as well as Ryuji Imachi's coming debut.[32]

On June 6, their seventh studio album FUTURE was released. The album was their first studio album release in two years and peaked at number one on the weekly Oricon charts, making it their fifth consecutive album to do so. The album sold 181,550 copies on its first week and was certified platinum later on that month.

The group continued their solo activities later on the year with vocalists Hiroomi Tosaka and Ryuji Imaichi both releasing their first full studio albums, Tosaka'sFULL MOON and Imaichi's Light > Darkness. The albums peaked at number one and two respectively in the Oricon charts with a week time difference. Following the album releases, both vocalists embarked in their first solo tours starting on August and ending on December of the same year.

Artistry[edit]

Music[edit]

Throughout their discography Sandaime J Soul Brothers have explored different genres on each of their albums ranging from soul and RnB to EDM, hip-hop and dubstep. Sandaime J Soul Brothers' debut single "Best Friend's Girl" and their subsequent releases from their first two albums "J Soul Brothers" and "Tribal Soul" were predominantly influenced by R&B and soul. Their first number one single "Fighters" from their second album was one their first A-side tracks featuring an uptempo rock style distinctly similar to their senior label-mate group Exile whose leader Hiro oversaw the production of the first two albums with already well established producers such T.Kura and Michico. Their third studio album "Miracle" noticeably rebounds from earlier genres as it integrates faster uptempo songs "Look @ Us Now" and "Let's Party", both tracks being produced again by producer duo T.Kura and Michico. In addition to being their first number one album, "Miracle" featured the critically acclaimed track "Hanabi" which would eventually earn Sandaime J Soul Brothers public notoriety and their first appearance at the prestigious NHK's year-end show Kohaku Uta Gassen. Hanabi was written from a relationship's female perspective and it explores themes of break up, loss and coming-of-age represented on the summer season ending. These themes would later be prominent on future ballads performed by the group.[33]

Following the release of their first best of album and fourth studio album "The Best/Blue Impact" the groups consequent album "Planet Seven" was a turning point musically and commercially. Selective Hearing's website said "[the album] follows the trend of going into EDM for the music. There are few traces of the R&B, Hip-Pop and Soul found on their previous outings. That could be disappointing for fans that expect the “soul” part of the group’s name to be fulfilled. But that doesn’t mean that this full of similar sounding, generic dance tracks. The familiar stamp of the J Soul Brothers is still there."[34] The Japan Times' Ronald Taylor described the groups sound and image as "slick, western pop-influenced" in-pair with the groups' labelmates E-girls and Exile. The group further continued mixing other genres such as hip-hop and trap. In addition, lead performer Elly participated in the composition and recording of releases like "Feel So Alive" and "J.S.B Love", both tracks featuring hip-hop and EDM influences that bent the dynamic of the group more towards an urban sound. Just like other critics claimed previously The Japan Times again highlighted the group's "foray into more urban-influenced electronic music is a nice nod to the group’s past, back when they were less pop and more R&B, but still keeps them firmly in the present."[35][36]

Members[edit]

Name
Position
Date of birth
Birthplace
Notes
NAOTO Leader, performer (1983-08-30) August 30, 1983 (age 35) Saitama Prefecture Also a member of EXILE
Naoki Kobayashi (小林直己, Kobayashi Naoki) (1984-11-10) November 10, 1984 (age 34) Chiba Prefecture Also a member of EXILE
ELLY Performer (1987-09-21) September 21, 1987 (age 31) Aomori Prefecture Also acting as a rapper
Kenjiro Yamashita (山下健二郎, Yamashita Kenjirō) (1985-05-24) May 24, 1985 (age 33) Kyoto Prefecture
Takanori Iwata (岩田剛典, Iwata Takanori) (1989-03-06) March 6, 1989 (age 29) Aichi Prefecture Also a member of EXILE
Ryuji Imaichi (今市隆二, Imaichi Ryūji) Vocalist (1986-09-02) September 2, 1986 (age 32) Kyoto Prefecture
Hiroomi Tosaka (登坂広臣, Tosaka Hirōmi) (1987-03-12) March 12, 1987 (age 31) Tokyo Prefecture

*While Tosaka and Imaichi are the official vocalists for the group, performer Elly has been regularly performing as the rapper of the group too. Leading member Naoto has also rapped in separate projects such as the rap unit 'Honest Boyz' but has never taken part on any song throughout Sandaime's discography remaining as a performer.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales Certifications
JPN
[37]
TWN East Asian
[38]
J Soul Brothers[2] 3
  • JPN: 137,366
Tribal Soul
  • Released: December 7, 2011 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/3DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 156,894
Miracle
  • Released: January 1, 2013 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/2DVD, digital download
1 9
  • JPN: 264,345
Blue Impact[A]
  • Released: January 1, 2014 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: 2CD, 2CD/2DVD, 2CD/2Blu-ray, digital download
1
  • JPN: 391,217
Planet Seven
  • Released: January 28, 2015 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray, digital download
1
THE JSB LEGACY
  • Release: March 30, 2016 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray, digital download
1
  • JPN: 648,415
  • RIAJ: Triple Platinum [45]
Future
  • Released: June 6, 2018 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray, digital download
1
Figure numbers displayed here are compiled from data by Oricon drawn from approximately 39,700 retail outlets and do only represent physical sales. Certifications by the Recording Industry Association of Japan however, include digital sales as well and in certain cases provide more accurate gross numbers.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Certifications
JPN
[37]
The Best[A]
  • Released: January 1, 2014 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: 2CD, 2CD/2DVD, 2CD/2Blu-ray, digital download
1
The JSB World
  • Released: March 29, 2017 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: 3CD, 3CD/2DVD, digital download
1
  • RIAJ: 2x Platinum[48]

Singles[edit]

As lead artists[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[37]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[49][B]
"Best Friend's Girl" 2010 3 3
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[73]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[74]
J Soul Brothers
"On Your Mark (Hikari no Kiseki)" (ヒカリのキセキ, "Miracle of Light") 3 5
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[75]
"Love Song" 2011 7 8
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[76]
"Fighters" 1 7
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[73]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[77]
Tribal Soul
"Refrain" (リフレイン, Rifurein) 2 7
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[73]
"Go My Way" 2012 3 3
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[73]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[78]
Miracle
0: Zero 3 [C]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[80]
"Powder Snow (Eien ni Owaranai Fuyu)" (永遠に終わらない冬, "Endless Winter") 3 3
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[81]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[82]
"Spark" 2013 2 3
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[83]
Blue Impact
"Fuyu Monogatari" (冬物語, "Winter Story") 2 10
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[84]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[85]
"So Right" 2 3
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[86]
"S.A.K.U.R.A." ("Cherry Blossoms") 2014 2 2
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[87]
Planet Seven
"R.Y.U.S.E.I." ("Meteor") 1 1
  • RIAJ (digital): Million[88]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[89]
"C.O.S.M.O.S." (秋桜, Kosumosu) 3 2
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[81]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[90]
"O.R.I.O.N." 2 1
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[91]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[92]
"Starting Over" 2015 1 1
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[93]
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[94]
The JSB Legacy
"Storm Riders"
(featuring Slash)
3 2
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[84]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[94]
"Summer Madness"
(featuring Afrojack)
1 1
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[95]
  • RIAJ: (physical): Platinum[96]
"Unfair World" 2 2
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[84]
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[76]
"Welcome to TOKYO" 2016 2 2
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[97]
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[98]
The JSB World
"HAPPY" 2017 1 1
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[99]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[48]
"J.S.B. HAPPINESS" 1 1
  • RIAJ (digital): -
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[100]
Future
"—" denotes items that did not chart.

As featured artists[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[37]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[49][B]
"Burning Up"
(among Exile Tribe)[D]
2013 1 3
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[101]
Exile Tribe Revolution

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[49][B]
"Japanese Soul Brothers"
(Nidaime J Soul Brothers + Sandaime J Soul Brothers)
2011 29 J Soul Brothers
"Hanabi" (花火, "Fireworks")[102] 2012 2
  • RIAJ (digital): 3× Platinum[84]
0: Zero / Miracle
"(You Shine) The World"[102]
"Kiss You Tonight"[102]
"Let's Party"[102]
"Summer Dreams Come True" 2014 70 "R.Y.U.S.E.I." (single) / Planet Seven
"Wedding Bell (Subarashiki Kana Jinsei)" (素晴らしきかな人生, "Maybe Wonderful Life") 42
"Glory" 57 "C.O.S.M.O.S." (single) / Planet Seven
"Eeny, Neeny, Miny, Moe!" 2015 8
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[103]
Planet Seven
"Link" 92
"All Love" 93
"J.S.B. Dream" 59 "Storm Riders" (single)
"Feel So Alive" 2016 5
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[104]
The JSB Legacy

Video albums[edit]

List of media, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Certifications
JPN DVD
[37]
JPN Blu-ray
[37]
Live Tour 2012 0: Zero
  • Released: March 13, 2013 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: DVD, Blu-ray
2 3
Live Tour 2014: Blue Impact
  • Released: June 25, 2014 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: DVD, Blu-ray
1 1
Live Tour 2015: Blue Planet
  • Released: December 16, 2015 (JPN)
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: DVD, Blu-ray
1 2

Tours[edit]

Other ventures[edit]

Sandaime J Soul Brothers have appeared in several advertisements and television commercials throughout their career. Nike, All Nippon Airways, Samantha Thavasa and Glico are among many important brands and companies involved with public merchandising supported by the group.

Subunit[edit]

In late 2015, members Hiroomi Tosaka, Naoki Kobayashi and Takanori Iwata were endorsed in a promotional campaign with Glico's Pocky product line. The members formed the sub unit called THE Sharehappi from Sandaime J Soul Brothers and released the digital single 'Share The Love' as a commercial song for the endorsement. 'Share The Love' topped the Japanese iTunes store for four weeks and was certified platinum by the RIAJ.[106]

Title Album details Peak positions Certifications
JPN
"Share The Love"
  • Released: October 15, 2015 iTunes
  • Label: Rhythm Zone
  • Formats: Digital download
1
  • RIAJ: Platinum

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Ceremony Award Nominated work Result
2011 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best New Artist "On Your Mark (Hikari no Kiseki)" Nominated
2012 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Pop Video "Fighters" Won
54th Japan Record Awards Best Song Award "Hanabi" (花火) Won
Japan Record Award Nominated
2013 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Group Video Won
Best Karaokee! Song Nominated
2014 47th Japan Cable Awards Excellence Award "R.Y.U.S.E.I." Won
56th Japan Record Awards[5] Best Song Award Won
Japan Record Award Won
2015 Japan Gold Disc Award Best Music Video Award "J Soul Brothers LIVE TOUR 2014「BLUE IMPACT」" Won
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Japanese Act "PLANET SEVEN" Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Group Video "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe!" Won
Video Of The Year Won
Apple Music Best of 2015 [107] Best Album "PLANET SEVEN" Won
48th Japan Cable Awards Excellence Award "Summer Madness" Won
Grand Prize Won
57th Japan Record Awards Best Song Award "Unfair World" Won
Japan Record Award Won
2016 Japan Gold Disc Award Best Music Video Award "Sandaime J Soul Brothers LIVE TOUR 2015「BLUE PLANET」" Won
Best 5 Albums PLANET SEVEN Won
2017 Best 5 Albums THE JSB LEGACY Won

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Album
2010 "Best Friend's Girl" Sandaime J Soul Brothers J Soul Brothers
2010 "On Your Mark ~ヒカリのキセキ~" Sandaime J Soul Brothers J Soul Brothers
2011 "24karats STAY GOLD" Exile (feat. Sandaime J Soul Brothers) J Soul Brothers
2011 "Love Song" Sandaime J Soul Brothers J Soul Brothers
2011 "Japanese Soul Brothers" Nidaime J Soul Brothers + Sandaime J Soul Brothers J Soul Brothers
2011 "Fighters" Sandaime J Soul Brothers Tribal Soul
2011 "Refrain" Sandaime J Soul Brothers Tribal Soul
2012 "Go My Way" Sandaime J Soul Brothers Miracle
2012 "Hanabi" (花火) Sandaime J Soul Brothers Miracle
2012 "24karats TRIBE OF GOLD" Exile Tribe The Best
2012 "Powder Snow ~永遠に終わらない冬~" Sandaime J Soul Brothers Miracle
2013 "Looks @ Us Now!" Sandaime J Soul Brothers Miracle
2013 "Spark" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Blue Impact
2013 "Burning Up" Sandaime J Soul Brothers vs. Generations Blue Impact
2013 "Fuyu Monogatari" (冬物語) Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Blue Impact
2013 "So Right" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Blue Impact
2014 "S.A.K.U.R.A." Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Planet Seven
2014 "R.Y.U.S.E.I." Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Planet Seven
2014 "The Revolution" Exile Tribe Exile Tribe Revolution
2014 "24WORLD" Exile Tribe Exile Tribe Revolution
2014 "C.O.S.M.O.S. ~秋桜~" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Planet Seven
2014 "O.R.I.O.N." Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Planet Seven
2015 "Storm Riders" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe (feat. Slash) Storm Riders Single Album
2015 "J.S.B. Dream" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Storm Riders Single Album
2015 "Summer Madness" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe (feat. Afrojack) Summer Madness Single Album
2015 "Unfair World" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Unfair World Single Album
2016 "Feel So Alive" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Single Album
2016 "Welcome to Tokyo" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Welcome to Tokyo Single Album
2017 "HAPPY" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe HAPPY Single Album
2017 "J.S.B Happiness" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe J.S.B Happiness Single Album
2018 "Koi to Ai" (恋と愛) Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe Future
2018 "RAINBOW" Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe (feat. Yellow Claw) Future

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Sandaime J Soul Brothers' fourth studio album Blue Impact was packaged together with their first compilation album The Best as a 2CD set.
  2. ^ a b c Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Best Friend's Girl",[50] "On Your Mark (Hikari no Kiseki)",[51] "Love Song",[52] "Japanese Soul Brothers",[53] "Fighters",[54] "Refrain",[55] "Go My Way",[56] "Hanabi",[57] "Powder Snow (Eien ni Owaranai Fuyu)",[58] "Spark",[59] "Burning Up",[60] "So Right",[61] "Fuyu Monogatari",[62] "S.A.K.U.R.A.",[63] "R.Y.U.S.E.I.",[64] "Wedding Bell",[64] "Summer Dreams Come True",[64] "C.O.S.M.O.S.",[65] "Glory",[65] "Orion",[66] "Eeny, Neeny, Miny, Moe!",[67] "Link",[67] "All Love".[67] "Starting Over",[68] "Storm Riders",[69] "J.S.B. Dream"[70] "Summer Madness",[71] "Unfair World".[72]
  3. ^ As a non-eponymous single featuring four promoted A-sides ("Hanabi", "(You Shine) The World", "Kiss You Tonight" and "Let's Party"), 0: Zero did not chart on the Billboard Japan Hot 100, however peaked at number three on the Hot Single Sales sub-chart.[79]
  4. ^ Instead of featuring all members of Exile Tribe, "Burning Up" was a collaboration between Sandaime J Soul Brothers and Generations from Exile Tribe.

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