Mai Kuraki

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Mai Kuraki

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Japanese name: 倉木麻衣
Gender: Female
Date of birth: October 28, 1982
Place of birth: Funabashi, Chiba, Japan
Genres: Pop, R&B
Years active: 1999-present
Labels: GIZA Studio (1999–2007)
Northern Music (2007–present)

Mai Kuraki (倉木麻衣 Kuraki Mai?) (born October 28, 1982) is a Japanese pop and R&B singer-songwriter, producer and composer from Funabashi, Chiba. Kuraki debuted in 1999 with the single, "Love, Day After Tomorrow". In 2000, she released her debut album, Delicious Way, which debuted at number-one and sold over 2,210,000 copies in its first week. Kuraki is one of a few female artists in Japan to have their first four studio albums to debut atop of the Oricon album chart.[1]

In 2009, Kuraki saw a revival in her popularity. Her eighth studio album, Touch Me!, debuted atop the Oricon album charts; becoming her first number-one album in five years. Kuraki holds the record for being the only female artist to have all of her singles consecutively debut in the Top 10 since her debut.[2] To date, Kuraki has six number-one albums and two number-one singles.


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Mai Kuraki from episode 238.

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  1. ^ BoA、オリジナル1stから5作連続首位!. Oricon, January 23, 2007
  2. ^ 倉木麻衣、10年目突入でアルバム1位獲得. Livedoor, January 27, 2009.