Album Preview: Utada’s ‘This Is The One’

Listen below to three full tracks off Utada‘s upcoming new album, ‘This Is The One‘ – available digitally on Amazon and iTunes on March 24th – CD in stores May 12th! Utada – “This One (Crying Like a Child)” Produced by Stargate/Written by Utada Utada – “Automatic Part II” Produced by Christopher “Tricky” Stewart/Written by … Continue reading

FYI – Gonna Be Up All Night

Listen to the recently leaked album track, “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence – FYI”, from Utada‘s upcoming album, ‘This Is The One‘ – available digitally on March 24th, and in stores in May. The song was produced by Stargate, written by Utada, and samples Japanese piano player Ryuichi Sakamoto‘s “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence”. Utada – “Merry … Continue reading

Come Back to Me [VIDEO]

Check out Utada‘s gorgeous new music video for her single, “Come Back to Me”. Pick up the album, ‘This Is The One‘ – In stores Tuesday, May 12th.    

Come Back To Me – Remixes

Utada‘s new single, “Come Back to Me”, will be on sale at the iTunes store this Tuesday, Feb. 10th – along with four new remixes. You can listen to the new remixes RIGHT NOW exclusively at S.I.N.’s Sinternet site HERE. I’m really feeling the Rizzo Remix!

This Is The One

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: UTADA Press Video Island-DefJam has just released this short two minute video press kit for Utada‘s upcoming album, ‘This Is The One‘. Check out Ne-Yo and production duo Stargate, who all worked on her new album, giving Utada big cosigns! “When I start making a song, for one second I see … Continue reading

Come Back to Me

Utada – “Come Back to Me” Japanese pop/R&B superstar singer-songwriter Utada is trying her hand once again in the American scene. Here is her lead single, “Come Back to Me”, from her upcoming sophomore English album on Island-DefJam. The song is produced by Stargate (Chris Brown, Beyonce, Jordin Sparks) and lyrics written by Utada. I’m … Continue reading

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Utada Hikaru

People often call her ‘the Britney Spears of Japan’ because of her age and record sales, but that’s where the similarities end. Utada Hikaru could easily be called the most successful Japanese female artist of her generation. Her debut album, ‘First Love‘, released in 1999 when she was just 16-years-old, went on to quickly become … Continue reading