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Album Review

The sophomore full-length album from Japanese hip-hop/R&B fusionists Mihimaru GT, Mihimalife was the album that cemented the duo as a major act. The tie-in song "Koisuru Kimochi" (Feeling of Love) was featured simultaneously in commercials and theme music, gaining the band a timely amount of exposure. Built on a foundation of strengthening rap from member Miyake and building abilities in production, the album moved quickly on the charts, peaking in the Oricon Top 20.


Genre: J-Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

J-pop group Mihimaru GT specialize in an urban/pop sound. After unspectacular solo careers, duo members Miyake (born Mitsuyuki Miyake on October 2, 1980, in Okayama, Japan) and Hiroko (born Akutsu Hiroko on July 24, 1984, in Hyogo, Japan) were brought together as Mihimaru GT by their shared management. They released a number of singles to moderate success, starting with 2003's "Yakusoku," but it was 2006's "Kibun Jou Jou" that made Mihimaru GT a household name in Japan. Their three albums, Mihimarhythm...
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