It was recently revealed that Crystal Kay will be making an appearance on Far East Movement‘s upcoming fourth studio album ‘Dirty Bass.’ The Japanese r&b and urban pop star is reportedly working on an english album for international release and hoping this collaboration will be a breakthrough. Crystal is talented, that I’ll give her, but let’s be real we all know that the only way an artist can make it in the U.S market is if their promo team eats, sleeps and breathes their music. Continue reading “Will Crystal Kay’s Crossover Be Successful?”
I can’t believe that I’ve missed the release of “Superman” but it looks like the single isn’t out yet. So, I thought I’d post the video here and share a really cool and catchy track with our readers. See how good of a dancer Crystal Kay really is, even I was surprised because I’d never noticed that about her before. Check it out and tell us … Continue reading Crystal Kay’s “Superman”
Meet Crystal Kay Williams, a Japanese pop/r&b singer and songwriter, who gained notable success after the release of her debut single “Eternal Memories” in 1999 at the age of 13. She has released a total of 30 singles, 9 studio albums, 2 EPs and 2 compilations.
Crystal Kay was born in Yokohama, Japan to an African-American father and South Korean mother. Continue reading “Spotlight – Crystal Kay”
When it comes to Jpop, Utada wins for me, but who’s your favorite? Vote below to let us know: Continue reading Who’s Your Favorite Jpop Artist?
Jpop singer Crystal Kay has released her 9th studio album “Spin the Music” and I’m loving it. The album is her first since her 2008 release “Color Change“, and features the sad love song “Journey (kimi to futari de)“, which happens to be my favorite.
“Journey” is Crystal’s 26th single and was released on November 24, 2010. The music video depicts a sad (depressing) Crystal looking back on her past love. Crystal co-wrote the single along with other tracks on her album. If you haven’t seen the music video for “Journey”, check it out below:
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