7 April 1953 (age 64)
Ōmiya-ku, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Yoshida Minako (born April 7, 1953, Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese singer, composer and songwriter. While not as well-known for her own material, she's worked with several popular artists composing and songwriting. Her own style consists of soul, pop, dance, funk, and sometimes eccentric experimentalism.
In 1973, made her debut with the album “Tobira no Fuyu”. After that, began making TV commercial songs (won silver prize at The 33rd International Advertising Festival in 1985), offering songs to other artists (a total of 130 tracks so far), producing and arranging in addition to recording overdubbed solo chorus works.
As of now, Yoshida has released 20 original albums, three collaboration works, and four live DVD works.
Her borderless style of music has caught the attention of people from various feilds, earning her the praise of being a unique, high quality artist.
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