"Naked" was released on July 24, 2011 in a triple release with "Fight Together" and "Tempest". It was also included on the studio album, "Uncontrolled".
"Make it Happen" was released on April 20, 2011 and included in the studio album, "Checkmate".
It is South Korean group, After School 's first Japanese release. Amuro stated that she had taken notice of the K-pop scene for some time. For the project, Amuro's staff gave her a list of possible Korean collaborators. Due to her enjoying After School member Uee's performance in the Korean drama "You're Beautiful", she decided on the group. (from Wikipedia.org).
"In the Spotlight (Tokyo)" was released on July 4, 2012 as a full-length cellphone download. It is also included in the studio album "Uncontrolled".
There are two versions of the song:
MV-Bonus Edition (short version - has more footage of Namie Amuro)
"In the Spotlight (Tokyo)"' (full version):
"Hide and Seek" is the leading track of Japanese star Namie Amuro's 2007 album "Play" (released on June 27, 2007). This song won best Asian song at the World Music Awards 2010
World Music Awards 2010 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1SLBD719Vg
"Go Round" was released on a single with "Yeah Oh" on March 21, 2012 and later included on Namie Amuro's 10th studio album, "Uncontrolled" on June 27, 2012. It was also used on the TV commercials for Kose Esprique..
Kose Esprique TV CM video:
"Fast Car" was released as the main promotional track from her 9th album, _ Past<Future_, in November 2009. The video centers around scenes shot in four different Palace of Versailles-inspired rooms: a bedroom, a hallway, a main hall, and a more contemporary striped alcove. In the bedroom, she performs a dance with hand-held fans, with four female dancers on a four poster bed. In the hallway scene, she walks in from the door at the end and performs a contemporary style dance with four male dancers in a bourgeois/cabaret-inspired outfit. The video won the award for Best Female Video at the 2010 MTV World Stage VMAJ, as well as the Best Video of the Year award and Best Art Direction Video award at the 14th Space Shower Music Video Awards. (wikipedia.org)
"Can You Celebrate?" is Namie Amuro's seventh solo single under the Avex Trax label. Released on February 19, 1997, "Can You Celebrate" is the best-selling single by a solo female artist in Japanese music history with sales of 2,296,200 copies. It is also the theme song for Japanese drama Virgin Road (バージンロード). It was re-released (featuring violinist Taro Hakase) on the album "Ballada" in June 4, 2014. (Wikipedia.org).
Here's an interesting video with the two music videos side-by-side:
Here's the full 2014 version video: http://youtu.be/YH4RnkpqAJU
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