The Koda Kumi Rate PART II: WE'RE DONE, for now

So what's with all those introductions?

  • Introduction to the second session

    Votes: 4 21.1%
  • INTRODUCTION

    Votes: 1 5.3%
  • Introduction for Kingdom

    Votes: 4 21.1%
  • INTRODUCTION FOR TRICK

    Votes: 10 52.6%

  • Total voters
    19
I’m really only familiar with her singles so I am not sure if I have time to listen to everything here, but TABOO had better come out on top.
 
I discovered Kumi during the Secret era and I'm sorry to say I hate the Black Cherry album.

S A M E
I discovered Kumi during the Grow Into Era singles. Probably Real Emotion and Love Across the Ocean, and it was exhilarating seeing her career grow each era.

The FMM era felt strange. The leadup singles weren't too successful and there was this huge gap between Come With Me and Gentle Words. So I legit worried she was gonna be dropped. But the moment Crazy 4 U came out I knew she would be okay.

From there her star just grew brighter and brighter. So by the time Black Cherry came out it felt a little bittersweet. Like she was CRUSHING it with the sales and popularity....but the actual quality of the album felt off. (Like she had better versions of most songs but previously released)
 
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Fucking hell, setting the precedent there!
Things are already getting wild over here.
S A M E
I discovered Kumi during the Grow Into Era singles. Probably Real Emotion and Love Across the Ocean, and it was exhilarating seeing her career grow each era.

The FMM era felt strange. The leadup singles weren't too successful and there was this huge gap between Come With Me and Gentle Words. So I legit worried she was gonna be dropped. But the moment Crazy 4 U came out I knew she would be okay.

From there her star just grew brighter and brighter. So by the time Black Cherry came out it felt a little bittersweet. Like she was CRUSHING it with the sales and popularity....but the actual quality of the album felt off. (Like she had better versions of most songs but previously released)
Welp, once again I was right about the polarizing opinions on Black Cherry.
 
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