Singer Hikaru Utada Intent On Making 'Good Pop'

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Me Muero

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Japanese American singer Hikaru Utada grew up dividing her time between Tokyo and New York. Already a pop-sensation in Japan, Utada explains how she found success and tells how she now plans to conquer the American music charts with her latest album, This is the One.

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Album
This Is the One
Artist
Hikaru Utada
Label
Island
Released
2009

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