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  • ...= [[Alternative rock]], [[noise rock]], [[indie rock]], [[dream pop]], [[psychedelic rock]], [[nu-gaze]], [[experimental rock]] ...se language|Japanese]]: カズ牧野; July 2, 1973) is a [[Japanese people|Japanese]] [[singing|vocalist]], songwriter, and [[multi-instrumentalist]] known for
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  • ...[Contemporary R&B|R&B]] and [[soul music|soul]]-based formats as well as [[pop music]]. |[[Pop music|Pop]], [[pop rock]], [[R&B]], [[teen pop]], [[adult contemporary]]
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  • ...ard-piano-pop-for-you-to-fall-in-love-with/ Indie Band Guru: Awkward Piano Pop For You To Fall In Love With ]</ref> However, he soon moved beyond the vide ...16 of 2012 in [[Las Vegas, Nevada]]. Nominations included both his song ''Japanese Garden'' for Best Alternative Song and his album ''A Troubled Piece of Frui
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  • In 1989, Fredrik moved to Los Angeles to study Guitar and Vocals at [[Musicians Institute]]. ...Warner/Chappell Music]], New York in 1999.<br /> At the height of the teen pop/boyband era (1999-2003), Epicentre worked a lot in the US and wrote and pro
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  • ...ve]], [[Dance music|Dance]], [[Contemporary Christian|Christian]], [[Latin pop]], [[Children]] ...Just Begun”, “Tell It Like It Is” and “So Excited” and Japanese pop queen [http://www.generasia.com/wiki/Leave_It_Up_to_Fate Seiko Matsuda] for
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  • | genre = [[K-pop]] * [http://www.karaweb.jp Kara's Japanese Official website] {{ja icon}}
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  • | genre = [[Pop music|Pop]] [[R&B]] ...en Up! The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Album|Listen Up!]]'', where he and Japanese DJ [[Muro (DJ)|Muro]] are credited under their collective name "M2J".<ref n
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  • {{Infobox musical artist <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians --> | genre = [[Folk music|Folk]], pop, [[pop folk]], [[acoustic music]]
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  • ...phy|website=Official Japanese website|accessdate=October 31, 2014|language=Japanese}} | genre = [[K-pop]], [[dance-pop]]
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  • |genre = Pop rock, garage rock, alternative rock, hard rock, [[Music of Japan#Theme musi |associated_acts = [[Scandal (Japanese band)|Scandal]], [[Keiko Terada]], [[Stereopony]], [[Nakagawa Shoko]], [[Mo
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  • ...nds]] in 1993 started his own trio and continued to collaborate with other musicians. At the same time he co-founded the creative artistic consultancy group Art ...on the Moon. His work includes solo albums, collaborative work with other musicians and work with orchestras such as Amsterdam's Concertgebouw Orchestra's offs
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  • ...l and various labels. He has recently released Ovekeyashiki (a play on the Japanese word Obakeyashiki, which translates as haunted house.) which is different f | SHORT DESCRIPTION = Japanese musician
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  • | genre = [[J-pop]], [[Dance music|dance]] | associated_acts = [[Exile (Japanese band)|Exile]], [[Generations from Exile Tribe]]
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  • | align="left"| '''"I Would'''" (Japanese) ...his musical journey he absorbed a wide spectrum of genres including jazz, pop, classical, rock, gospel, blues, R&B, Afro-Cuban, and Afro-Brazilian styles
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  • | genre = {{hlist|[[K-pop]]|[[J-pop]]}} ...m/5671342/twice-k-pop-everything-to-know/|title=Everything to Know About K-Pop Group Twice|last=Moon|first=Kat|date=2019-09-20|website=Time|url-status=liv
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  • {{Infobox musical artist <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians --> | genre = [[Hip hop music|Hip hop]], [[Pop music|pop]], [[Dance music|dance]]
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  • | genre = [[J-pop]] | occupation = [[Japanese idol]], singer, [[voice actress]]
    9 KB (1,137 words) - 04:02, 5 April 2016
  • | genre = rock, pop ...Simon has produced everything from rock to [[country music|country]], and pop to dance. His work was evident on many a turntable via various remixes incl
    8 KB (1,057 words) - 04:00, 28 March 2016
  • {{Infobox musical artist <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians --> | genre = [[Japanese rock]]/[[J-pop|pop]]
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  • ...e most sought-after educational institutes to train the next generation of musicians, artistes, producers, sound engineers, composers and DJs to feed the increa ...h True School’s tie-ups in the industry, has been a big draw for budding musicians.
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