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LURVE IT

She is on my fave singers list at the moment! I love the sone I Believe and Real Voice. She isnt really known in Canada or the USA since she is japanese... but I'm glad she is in iTunes store and that there are people who do know her...

Love all around

I've been a J-Pop fan for a along time and I'm disapointed at the lack of it on iTunes. It's not my favorite j-pop, but it's loved. :P

Awesome!

My favourites are Real Voice, I Believe and Stay With Me. I'm a fan of j-pop music and I'm disappointed from the lack of it on Itunes. Ayaka is one of my favourites and I hope that more Japanese music and artists will be added on soon. Thanks a lot!

Biography

Born: December 18, 1987 in Moriguchi, Japan

Genre: J-Pop

Years Active: '00s

Ayaka is a J-pop artist specializing in acoustic music with bluesy elements — both Sheryl Crow and Japanese pop stars Hirai Ken and Dream Come True are often named as influences. Born Ayaka Iida in Moriguchi, Osaka Prefecture, in 1987, she began her career by playing cover songs at school concerts, but soon decided to go professional, began to write her own material, and enrolled in the music school in Fukuoka, another graduate of which was the popular J-pop singer/songwriter Yui. Ayaka debuted...
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First Message, Ayaka
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: J-Pop, Music, World
  • Released: Nov 01, 2006

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