Collection: Artist: Anri

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About The Artist

Anri is a Japanese City Pop singer who rose to fame in the 1980s. She began her music career as a backing vocalist for other Japanese artists before releasing her debut album, "Bi・Ki・Ni," in 1982. The album featured her hit single "Olivia wo Kikinagara," which helped establish her as one of the leading figures in the City Pop genre.

Throughout the 1980s, Anri released numerous albums and singles, which showcased her smooth and soulful vocals, as well as her ability to incorporate elements of funk, R&B, and jazz into her music. She was also known for her collaborations with other Japanese artists, such as Tatsuro Yamashita and Taeko Ohnuki.

In addition to her music career, Anri was also involved in acting and modeling. She appeared in a number of Japanese films and TV dramas, and was known for her striking beauty and fashion sense.

Anri's influence on Japanese pop culture can still be felt today. Her music has been covered by numerous contemporary artists, and her contributions to the City Pop genre have been recognized by music critics and fans alike.

Genre / Style

  • City Pop
  • Funk / Soul
  • Pop


  • Japan

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