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Utada Hikaru (宇多田 ヒカル, 19 Ocak 1983), ya da bilinen sahne adı ile Utada, Japonya’da daha aktif olan Japon-Amerikalı pop şarkıcısı, söz yazarı ve produktördür.

İlk albümünü «First Love» 1999 yılında yayınlamıştır. O zamandan beri çıkardığı bir çok albüm ile «Japonya’da en çok satan 10 albüm» listesinde 1., 4. ve 8. sırayı elinde bulundurmaktadır. Tüm dünya üzerinde ise 50 milyon albüm satışına ulaşmayı başarmıştır.

2000 yılında kariyerine ara verdiği bir sırada, Columbia Üniversitesi’nde yaptığı konuşma sonrasında Time dergisi tarafından, «Kampüs’teki Diva» olarak adlandırılmıştır. Aynı zamanda, Japonya’nın Times dergisi tarafından ise «Son 10 yılın en ilham verici artisti» seçilmiştir. Yine Japonya’da «Tüm zamanların en iyi 100 pop şarkıcısı» sıralamasında ise 24. olarak yer almaktadır.

J-Pop Albümleri :
1999: First Love
2001: Distance
2002: Deep River
2006: Ultra Blue
2008: Heart Station

İngilizce Albümleri :
1998: Precious
2004: Exodus
2009: This Is the One

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  • chocobooo

    What I do have a problem with is how I can't find any JPOP worth listening to these days. Back in the day it was everywhere and now everything is "☆●△■48". It's a shame because there are so many talented people that I'm sure are not even noticed. JPop used to be go all the way up until like the middle of 2009. 5 years later, I'm still waiting for someone to impress me... (other than Hikki) [2] this!! :/ it all went downhill...

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  • lightningmonkey

    I am Hikki's ENT surgeon and can confirm that she has many holes in her vocal chords, almost as many as Ayame Murasaki. [3] Apparently Hikki has 3 ENT surgeons.

    29 Ağu 01:17 Yanıtla
  • MarkPrinceGohan

    @Simo Its not looking for flaws, it ways she can better herself. She's a great singer but she needs work on her live vocals. A lot of artists do really, Mariah Carey needs work on her live vocals.

    27 Ağu 09:13 Yanıtla
  • MarkPrinceGohan

    I am Hikki's ENT surgeon and can confirm that she has many holes in her vocal chords, almost as many as Ayame Murasaki. [2] I back this with my medical knowledge about Coke Zero.

    27 Ağu 09:13 Yanıtla
  • pistolCAFE

    I miss people blowing stuff up on here like tyrique12. Anyways, I love Hikki too much to let that bother me. What I do have a problem with is how I can't find any JPOP worth listening to these days. Back in the day it was everywhere and now everything is "☆●△■48". It's a shame because there are so many talented people that I'm sure are not even noticed. JPop used to be go all the way up until like the middle of 2009. 5 years later, I'm still waiting for someone to impress me... (other than Hikki)

    26 Ağu 23:44 Yanıtla
  • mtnblur

    It's kinda funny to me how in music some people are still really attached to classical rules. In arts for example most people can enjoy classical works and still understand that you can create interesting stuff using different methods, different views etc. That's just my view, though.

    19 Ağu 19:50 Yanıtla
  • Simo_Busa88

    oh my god .. I see here just a lot of unnecessary criticism .. are you searching only flaws ... but i instead Utada for the songs that like to do .. I love her songs and I did not start looking for the its flaws useless ... if you care so much to criticize because they do not listen to other artists?

    17 Ağu 08:37 Yanıtla
  • tyrique12

    I am Hikki's ENT surgeon and can confirm that she has many holes in her vocal chords, almost as many as Ayame Murasaki.

    16 Ağu 06:08 Yanıtla
  • tyrique12

    Vocal pedagogy [2] science [2]

    16 Ağu 06:06 Yanıtla
  • eplizo

    Yea, I knew that would hit a nerve LMAO. I acknowledge that it might've come off as pretentious, but my points still stand. I never claimed classical music to be superior btw, only that the field studies the scientific side of vocalization while singing. Vocal pedagogy regards science unlike the (visual) fine arts which are completely aesthetic-based and subjective, so I don't know why that was even brought into this... lol. I was actually just trying to refute what MusiQ3985 was trying to pass off as facts. "Not being prepared for live singing" and 'failing to warm-up properly' obviously aren't the only things hindering from hikki from getting better vocally lol.

    16 Ağu 01:21 Yanıtla
  • tyrique12

    I want Utada to collobrate with ayima by conducting an A CLASSICAL concert

    15 Ağu 04:18 Yanıtla
  • Yelyah-Williams

    Any time somebody mentions classical music when trying to make a point they should automatically be dismissed as pretentious and lacking intelligence.

    15 Ağu 03:41 Yanıtla
  • tyrique12

    i have a fine arts degree and Utada Hikari is a better painter than Picasso ! Her COLORS album cover is masterpiese

    14 Ağu 02:38 Yanıtla
  • MarkPrinceGohan

    But yeah the issues she's had with Disney may not make her do another song for KHIII, but knowing Noruma associates her with the series I think he will harass her until she does it.

    11 Ağu 10:55 Yanıtla
  • MarkPrinceGohan

    She was allergic to some of the metal that made up her stage during the Utada United Tour and it damaged her vocals I believe, or she damaged them herself during the tour. You can hear the difference between ULTRA BLUE and HEART STATION.

    11 Ağu 10:53 Yanıtla
  • Kuu-chan

    Hikki used to be a great live singer, but that was a long time ago... for example I'll never forget that one live perfomance of Deep River, which sounded just as good (or even better) than the studio version. or the MTV Unplugged concert during the DISTANCE era, I still listen to it today. I think it was during Utada United when her live vocals started to decrease for some reason, and they've never been like before since then.

    11 Ağu 04:32 Yanıtla
  • eplizo

    vv You're right. I was trying to infer that I studied classical music as well, but i just left that out since I felt the part about vocal production would imply that anyway lol. If you're asking why I'd mention classical music at all though, it's because most other fields of study outside of classical music don't teach vocal production, while actually singing, as in depth. Knowing about the technical aspects of music, and knowing about vocal production, makes it easier for you to accurately discern just how much dynamic prowess a vocalist possesses.

    6 Ağu 05:29 Yanıtla
  • lightningmonkey

    I find it kind of laughable that someone thinks a professional musician wouldn't "simply just practice & warm up" before a performance. That's a given for all performing artists who don't tear the shit out of their voices. People make up weird excuses when trying to account for their favs.

    4 Ağu 04:54 Yanıtla
  • donuthoes

    not that i disagree, but being a fan of classical music literally means nothing when giving your opinion on someone's vocals skills tho?

    2 Ağu 23:21 Yanıtla
  • eplizo

    Now I love Utada to death, but as someone who's a fan of classical music and has studied human vocal production, I must admit that Utada, as much as I love her, isn't much of a vocalist lol. Some might find her tone and vocal style favorable (as I do), but she is not even close to a good technical vocalist, especially live. It's not a matter of failing to warm-up or anything either, because her live vocals have been a persistent issue for years lol. The culprit is just her vocal technique; plain and simple. She's obviously not complete shit, but her vocal technique really isn't marvelous either. A truly skilled vocalist can still deliver a solid vocal performance even when plagued with something like a stuffy nose. Utada doesn't have much of an excuse for her sub-par performances lmao. That said, I won't put my girl down too much, because she definitely has had her fair share of solid performances, and she is still better than lots of other top Japanese female artists, so there's that.

    2 Ağu 05:00 Yanıtla
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