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Japanese Michael Jackson
Daichi Miura (born in 1987) is a Japanese singer, songwriter, dancer, and choreographer.
Miura debuted as a singer in 1997. Since then, his talent was outstanding. He left the group in 2000 due to his voice changing as a result of puberty. But in 2005, he came back as a solo artist and he has released 22 singles and 6 albums so far. He often writes the lyrics and music on his own, and most of these songs are choreographed by himself.
Since his debut at 9, he has been known as the “Japanese Michael Jackson”
Born on August 24th 1987, from Okinawa prefecture.
Debuts as the main vocalist for Folder in 1997.Releases the single “Keep It Goin’ On’ in March 2005, his solo debut.
Has a natural singing voice and a sense of rhythm, a super entertainer able to manage choreography, song writing and playing instruments. Thanks to his perfect singing skill and world-class dancing, his performances are unmatched. In 2012, his first appearance in Nippon Budoukan was sold out in minutes.It made a very successful first show without supporting acts at Yokohama Arena in 2013.He won the award of Best R&B award (he got it in 2015, consecutive 2 years), at 「MTV VMAJ 2014」, which is the festival of music video, and was selected of Best Japan Act at「2014 MTV EMA」. He is highly regarded in and outside of the country. The latest album of FEVER, which was released in September 2015, was recorded number 2 in weekly album charts of Oricon as being his best record.
He sang the songs of the album at 21 performances in 17 places of the country, which was the nation wide holding tour mobilized 45000 people. The tour aroused much comment.