"Wild" was released as a single on March 18, 2009. This was the first of Namie Amuro's songs that I had ever heard and the first time I had seen any of her music videos. After watching the music video, I was hooked! :)
It was used in the "Wild Health" television commercials for Coca Cola.
Here's the "making of" video:
"Unusual" is a duet featuring Yamashita Tomohisa and was released on April 27, 2011. It is included on the album "Checkmate!" (which features collaborations with other musicians from 2003 to 2011)
"Tsuki" was released on January 29th, 2014. It is the theme song for the film "Dakishimetai -Shinjitsu no Monogatari-". It is also available on the compilation album, "Ballada".
"Only You" was released on June 27, 2012 and was used as the theme song for the WOWOW TV broadcast of the UEFA Euro 2012 soccer tournament. It is also included on the studio album, "Uncontrolled". So pretty!!!
"Brighter Day" was released on November 12, 2014 as a single along with "Sweet Kisses".
"Neonlight Lipstick" was released in 2013 as a digital single.
It was also used in the television commercial for Kose Esprique.
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"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...Read more
"Let Me Let You Go" was released on July 10, 2013 on the studio album, "Feel".
"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):