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Seiko Matsuda

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Seiko Matsuda, born Noriko Kamachi on March 10, 1962, in Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, is a renowned figure in Japanese pop music. With a career spanning several decades, she has become an iconic artist often dubbed the "Queen of J-pop" or the "Eternal Idol" due to her lasting influence on the genre. Matsuda began her entertainment industry career at a young age. Her debut single, "Hadashi no Kisetsu," was released in 1980 and immediately achieved great success, reaching the 12th position on the Japanese charts. This single, along with its successor "Aoi Sangoshō," was featured on her first album, Squall, providing the then 18-year-old singer with a strong start to her career. Her next album, North Wind, was released just a few months later and also entered the Top 100 in Japan at number 74. More importantly, it included the single "Kaze wa Akiiro," marking the beginning of an impressive series of 24 consecutive Number 1 singles for Matsuda. Her prolific output allowed her to maintain her success, and the numerous albums she released continued to captivate an ever-growing audience. Some of her notable achievements include albums like top-charting Citron (1988), Seiko (1990), Eternal (1991), Diamond Expression (1993), and Vanity Fair (1996), however her popularity persisted into the new century, with most of her albums performing well on the charts, including top five records My Prelude (2010), Shining Star (2016) and Daisy (2017). In 2023, a new comprehensive collection titled Bible: Milky blue/Bible: Pink & blue - Special edition was released, landing at number 16 on the Japanese charts.