Kōji Kikkawa (吉川晃司, Kikkawa Kōji), born August 18, 1965 in Hiroshima, is a Japanese musician.
Koji was suppposed to represent Japan-in water-polo-in the coming Olympics but chose to be a singer. Kikkawa's music career began on February 1, 1984 with "Monica" (later remade in Cantonese sung by Leslie Cheung) and he won 8 music awards in the same year. After taking a short break in 1988, he came back as a lead singer in the band Complex with Tomoyasu Hotei… read more
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