Pop icon Namie Amuro is celebrating her 25 years in show business with a new documentary series. ‘Documentary of Namie Amuro’ is a 12-part series that will be distributed exclusively by streaming service Hulu.
The streaming site will add an episode once a month for fans to watch. Those of us who enjoy binge-watching their shows have to wait until September 2018 to have all the episodes readily at hand.
On September 18th Hulu launched ‘Namie Amuro Channel’. A trailer for the documentary is already available for viewing on the channel. First full episode is released on October 1st, and the second episode will follow within the first ten days of November.
The documentary description makes a promise to show the artist from different angles, providing a truthful account of Amuro’s life.
ALL TIME BEST
Release Date: 8 Nov 2017
Previously announced on Baidu, ORICON confirmed that a best album is coming.
2018 will sign the last year of Namie in the industry, during which we'll get a final album.
Since every post-_genic single is most likely going to be included in this best album, the final album will probably feature brand new tracks only.
Please guys, let's support Namie, let's support an artist who truly made this world a better place with her art.
Namie Amuro is someone who kept growing as an Artist since the day she made her debut.
Namie Amuro is someone who is not afraid to try new things, her discography contains several experimental tracks that western girls would be scared of.
Namie Amuro is a 360° artist, someone who truly knows how to sing, how to dance, how to entertain, yet she's very peaceful and respectful.
Namie Amuro made the Japanese music industry something better with each release and I'll always support her, no matter what.
Namie Amuro is THE Artist, THE Popstar.
We will ALL miss you, Queen.
Dear all fans:
Thank you very much for your continuous support.
September 16 marked the 25th year since my debut.
I could not have gone 25 years without your support, for which I am
Today, I would like to write about something that I have carried on my
mind and have decided on the 25th anniversary of my debut.
I, Namie Amuro, would like to take this opportunity to inform all of my
fans of my decision to retire as of September 16, 2018.
I plan to make the last year of my music career meaningful by focusing
my full attention on creating a final album and performing at concerts.
Then, I will welcome the date of September 16, 2018 in the best way I can.
I hope this year will be filled with wonderful memories for me and the
Together, let’s make this coming year the best one possible!
Yes. She will release one more album and go on tour next year.matt9210 wrote:Damn this was a surprise For someone to be in this industry as long as she has and consistently remain one of the top female artists is incredible. I first got into her around 2009, Past < Future is still a fantastic album.
I got to see her live on the genic tour. I'm in Japan now and will definitely be attending whatever tour plans she has. I wonder how she'll do her farewell tour? She's been touring so much and in so many cities, so I wonder if she'll do the same or do some huge production dome shows?
Namie Amuro brings the greatest hits album with 52 tracks total, including 45 ones selected from singles released from 1992 to 2017 as well as seven new songs. This edition includes a bonus Blu-ray with music videos (subject to change).
Holy shit I expected the album to do well, but not this...Nackar wrote:So the album sold 459,094 (physical) copies on its first day.