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Utada Hikaru

A Third Culture Jpop Singer

Utada Hikaru

Utada Hikaru was born in New York to Japanese parents with roots in the Japanese music industry. Her facility with both Japanese and English song lyrics have distinguished her as a "third culture" singer in the JPop sphere. She was responsible for the hit singles "Simple and Clean" and "Sanctuary," which appeared prominently in the Kingdom Hearts series of games.

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2002
Kingdom Hearts - Hikari
TOCT-4361
Toshiba-EMI
Kingdom Hearts - Original Soundtrack
TOCT-24768~9
Toshiba EMI
Kingdom Hearts
PlayStation 2
Square
2003
Kingdom Hearts - Colors
TOCT-4455
Toshiba-EMI
2005
Kingdom Hearts II - Passion
TOCT-5003
Toshiba-EMI
2006
Kingdom Hearts II - Original Soundtrack
TOCT-25871~2
Toshiba-EMI

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English version of Kingdom Hearts theme song renamed

The English version of "Hikari," the vocal theme song of Kingdom Hearts, will now be titled "Simple and Clean." Japanese pop star Utada Hikaru, who performs the vocals to "Hikari," also sings the English lyrics. For many of you who have already seen the English lyrics to the "Hikari" remix, this "news" proves that we live in a vacuum.

Created 6 years, 10 months ago by Matt | Edited 6 years, 8 months ago | 1220 views
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