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Jay'ed

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Birth name  Jade Goto
Years active  2005–present
Record label  Toy's Factory
Occupation(s)  Singer
Genre  R&B/soul
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Born  16 September 1981 (age 35), Invercargill, New Zealand (1981-09-16)
Genres  Pop, R&B, hip-hop, soul
Labels  Pure Sand West Toy's Factory
Albums  MUSICATION, JAY’EDISCO, Hotel Heart Collector, Your Voice, Gift
Associated acts  Juju, JAMOSA, DJ Kaori, Emi Maria, Dabo, URALi, I-DeA, Sphere of Influence, DJ Yutaka
Similar  JAMOSA, Juju, MsOOJA, AKLO, Wakadanna
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Jade Goto (born 16 September 1981), better known by his stage name Jay'ed (stylised as JAY'ED) is a Japanese R&B singer-songwriter. He debuted under Toy's Factory in 2007, and is most known for his single with Juju, "Ashita ga Kuru Nara" which sold over 140,000 copies.

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Biography

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Jay'ed was born in 1981 in New Zealand to a Japanese father and Polynesian mother of Samoan and Māori descent. He lived in New Zealand until he was 10, then moved to Minoh, Osaka. After deciding to become a singer, Jay'ed performed in the local Osaka club circuit. His first break into music was in 2002, when he appeared as a featured artist on a Sphere of Influence album track.

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He debuted as an indie artist in 2005, with his first single "Why?". This was followed by a mini-album, Gift: Just Let Me Know, which sold over 20,000 copies. In 2008, he debuted as a major label artist on Toy's Factory with the single "Superwoman".

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Jay'ed found his most success in 2009, after a duet singer Juju on the song "Ashita ga Kuru Nara," which was used as the theme song for the movie April Bride. It was a hit, reaching No. 2 on Oricon charts.

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Jay'ed collaborated with Infinity 16 and Waka-danna from Shōnan no Kaze on the song "Tsutaetai Koto ga Konna Aru Noni" (伝えたい事がこんなあるのに, I Have Stuff to Tell You, But). It was not successful in physical sales or airplay, but reached No. 1 on the RIAJ digital tracks chart for three weeks. This made Jay'ed the artist with the most weeks at No. 1 (6, including Ashita ga Kuru Nara's weeks); however in mid-2010 this record was beaten by Kana Nishino. Jay'ed's 6th single, "Everybody," was picked as the KDDI au CM song, a promotion giving Jay'ed his first top 20 solo single.

As lead artist

* established April 2009.

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Songs

Mata Kimito2014
Everybody2009
CRY FOR YOU

References

Jay'ed Wikipedia


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