| 中村 舞子|
| R&B Singer|
| 15 June 1991 (age 24)
Manila, Philippines (1991-06-15) |
Contemporary R&B, Pop music
King Records, Pony Canyon, Hudson Soft
SoulJa, jyA‑Me, Jane Siberry, Sota Fujimori
Maiko Nakamura Wikipedia
Maiko Nakamura (中村 舞子, Nakamura Maiko, born June 15, 1991in Manila, Philippines) is a Japanese R&B singer. She debuted as a musician in 2008 with the song "Because...," a collaboration with LGYankees. Since then, she has collaborated on a number of singles with R&B musicians. In 2011, she broke into the top 10 on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart with her two collaborations with the group Cliff Edge: "The Answer" from her second album Answer, as well as "Endless Tears" from the group's greatest hits album Best of Love.
Nakamura's father is Japanese, while her mother is of Spanish and Filipino origin. She was surrounded by Western music when she grew up.
In October 2011, Nakamura switched labels from King Records to Pony Canyon's KnifeEdge, releasing her song "Never Let Me Go" as her first release.