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Namie Amuro Quotes


A Japanese R&B and Pop singer, entertainer, and former actress.
(1977 - )

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Actually, recording the Suite Chic album was so much fun and while working on this new album, people that I've worked with from Suite Chic has lend their voice.
 

After I can be happy with knowing that I did what I wanted to do.
 

Aside from my work, in my everyday private life, I'm not a very adventureous person. I don't look for change.
 

During my grief, I realised there was nothing I could do for my mother, but I did have a child.
 

Even my closest friend said I was finished, but I think I may be a little different from the others.
 

Even where friendship is concerned, it takes me a long time to trust people.
 

For the most part, I don't care about what everyone else is doing, or what is popular.
 

From my debut until now, I've always wanted to sing and dance.
 

I came back to do a live concert. Nobody had done that before and I know my managers were worried.
 

I enjoyed the opportunities, but there was no time to think.
 

I get even more nervous singing when everyone's fallen silent, but I really try to communicate the meaning of the lyrics, and there's people there listening to that, and if they're moved by it, then I'm moved as well.
 

I guess you could say I'm cautious, or a coward.
 

I had no choice in the decision to make myself available. I was not always doing things I wanted to do.
 

I never had the chance to consider what or how I wanted to be.
 

I stopped caring what people thought.
 

I think afterall, a promotion video is a piece of work in it's own right.
 

I think that ballads are always something where I can really become one with the audiance.
 

I'm not completely at ease at rapping, I can't do it well yet.
 

If I can't get a mental image from the song, I won't sing it.
 

If I don't think about anything, and start with a clean slate, in terms of what I have to do, a lot of different ideas come up, and I can think about things more openly.
 


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