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Daichi Miura (三浦 大知 Miura Daichi) is a Japanese singer contracted with Avex Entertainment. He is affiliated with the talent agency Vision Factory and has a record contract with Rising Production, an affiliate with Avex Entertainment.

Biography

When Miura was 10, he formed a group called Folder when he was attending Okinawa Actors School. He left three years later due to his voice changing as a result of puberty. Four years later, he announced his return and would begin releasing music. That following March, he released his debut single Keep It Going' On. Since 2005, he has released five albums and 18 singles.

On January 1, 2015, he announced his marriage to a non-celebrity. On December 9, 2016, he announced that his son was born.[1]

On August 30, 2016 at the press conference for Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, it was announced that Miura would perform the opening theme song for the show, called EXCITE. The single itself was released in four different editions on January 18, 2017, as announced on Miura's official Avex website. On January 24, 2017, his song EXCITE topped at #1 on the Japanese Oricon Charts. [2].

Miura also performed his new single Life is Beautiful as the theme song for Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending.

In 2018, Miura released a new singled titled Blizzard, which is used as the theme song to the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film.

Discography

Studio Albums

  • D-Rock With You
  • Who's the Man
  • D.M.
  • The Entertainer
  • FEVER
  • HIT

Cover Albums

  • Covers EP

Mix Albums

  • DJ DAISHIZEN Presents Miura Daichi NON STOP DJ MIX

Singles

  • Big Heart (Pre-debut)
  • Keep It Going' On
  • Free Style
  • Southern Cross
  • No Limit ft. Utamaru (from Rymester)
  • Flag
  • Everlasting Love 2007
  • Inside Your Head
  • Your Love ft. Kreva
  • Delete My Memories
  • The Answer
  • Lullaby
  • Turn Off the Light
  • Two Hearts
  • Right Now/Voice
  • Go for It
  • Anchor
  • Furueau Dake de ~Always with you~ / IT'S THE RIGHT TIME
  • Unlock
  • music
  • Cry & Fight
  • (RE)PLAY
  • EXCITE
  • U
  • Blizzard

Live Albums

  • Daichi Miura Live Tour 2011 -Synesthesia-
  • Daichi Miura Live 2012 "D.M." In Budokan
  • Daichi Miura "exTime Tour 2012"
  • Daichi Miura Live Tour 2013 - Door to the unknown
  • DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2014 - THE ENTERTAINER
  • Daichi Miura Live Tour 2013 - Door to the unknown CD
  • DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2014 - THE ENTERTAINER CD
  • DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2015 "FEVER"
  • DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2016 (RE)PLAY FINAL at Yoyogi National Gymnasium

Digital Singles

  • Everlasting Love 2007
  • Inside Your Head
  • Touch Me
  • Elevator
  • Half of You
  • I'm On Fire
  • Bring It Down
  • Furueau Dake de ~Always with you~
  • Unlock
  • music
  • Cry & Fight
  • EXCITE (TV Opening Size)
  • Futsuu no Konya no Koto wo -let tonight be forever remembered- (普通の今夜のことを -let tonight be forever remembered-)

Notes

  • to be added

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