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Kaela Kimura (木村カエラ, born Kaera Rie Kimura on October 24, 1984 in Adachi, Tokyo, Japan), is a Japanese singer, model and former TV presenter. Born to a British father and Japanese mother, Kaela started work as a model in 2002 for the Japanese idol magazine Seventeen. Her fresh look and personality took her on to present the popular morning television show Saku Saku.

From there she gained more public exposure; she…

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  • EGG ❤
  • Try J-Pop/J-Rock artist [artist]西野名菜[/artist](Nishino Nana).
  • Damn, tough crowd. I love MIETA, I think it's one of her finest albums and I appreciate the fact that it's quite lean in its running time and devoid of filler. She has a tendency to release overly long albums, and even my favourite album by her 8EIGHT8 has a couple of tracks on it that I just have to skip every time, but every track on MIETA is a winner. Also got to mention that Today is a New Day, OLE!OH! and one more are among the finest songs she's ever put her name to. Good work Kimura, never stop making music.
  • I actually kinda dig MIETA, I was expecting it to be crap after ROCK was kinda meh, and especially after 10years and OLE!OH! sucked so hard. It's nowhere near the heights of +1 or 8EIGHT8 - but it's a solid 3rd place above her other albums. 2014 has been a pretty decent year for Japanese music.
  • New album is okay, but most of the songs are pretty forgettable is the problem.
  • There are some okay songs on MIETA, but overall it's pretty average. Pretty much all of her albums are like this, however, so I shouldn't be to surprised. 8EIGHT8 remains one of my favorite J-Pop albums ever, though.
  • Yeah, I don't know about this album... It seems kinda rushed to be honest.
  • Loved Sync and 8EIGHT8 but MIETA isn't a good album at all... The only song I enjoy is eyes, the rest is either average or bad
  • TIAND is honestly one of the best singles of this year.
  • New album "MIETA" out December 17th.

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