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lecca is a reggae/R&B/dancehall Japanese singer that made her debut in 2005 with the indies album called ''rekka''. Her indie era finished when she re-started her career with Avex Trax and the mini album ''Dreamer'', that was released on the 26th April 2006. At first, she decided to release only albums and mini albums and not singles, and so four months later the ''Urban Pirates'' album was released.

After a year of silence, lecca was back with her… read more

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  • Oh god... just when you think her songs couldn't be produced worse, she releases Negai. It literally clips EVERYWHERE.
  • I wish she released more reggae songs, or even dancehall. While I really love what she's doing now for the most part, I feel like she's including less and less of those genres.
  • ↓ it always makes me happy when someone new discovers her! when I first discovered Metis I thought she sounded like Shakira, and then I discovered lecca and thought she did too lol. even though they both sound quite different.
  • I just discovered her and I'm listening to tough Village now. She's really good and her voice is probably the most different voice I've ever heard in the j-pop realm, it even reminds me a bit of Shakira.
  • Her entire discography is like that and it baffles me how people can't hear it. Damage done to her songs is soul corrupting, really. Textbook example of how not to master albums.
  • \/ Some songs are clipping... and it's hard to believe that RULE is a professional production (but it's a good song anyway)
  • v how did mastering ruin it?
  • And again she releases an amazing album that was ruined in its mastering... -.-
  • and lecca continues to fail to disappoint.
  • No idea. But I kinda doubt it and it doesn't say anything anywhere. In any case it's a good thing; I hate seeing all these typically popular songs always on top (although yeah that's how it works).

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