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Another unforgettable moment in J-Pop in the 2000’s was the infiltration of Korean artists in the Japanese market selling a lot of records, and the R&B and Hiphop genres gained more attention in the industry.As the new decade begins, let us briefly look back on what happened in the Japanese pop music scene from the year 2000 up to 2010.
It was also in this year when B’z occupied nine spots in the Oricon Top 10 Singles Chart for the week of April 7.In the year 2000 J-Pop had groups/bands disbanding, such as SPEED and Luna Sea, while Aya Shiguro left Every Little Thing.As opposed to disbanding, 2000 also saw the debuts of some big artists like, Love Psychedelico, AI, Chihiro Onitsuka, Nana Mizuki, and dream.BUMP of CHICKEN had their debut under a major label.The following year (2001) saw the close fight between the sales of Utada Hikaru’s sophomore album “Distance,” and Ayumi Hamasaki’s first BEST album “A Best.” “Distance” ended the year by topping the Oricon Album Yearly Chart, and “A BEST” came in second.For the Album’s Yearly Chart, Orange Range got the number one spot with “musi Q.” In 2006, Johnny’s Entertainment’s KAT-TUN debuted with the single “Real Face” and that single became the best-selling single of that year, as well as the only million-selling single of 2006.
It was followed by Remioromen’s “Konayuki”, the theme to the drama “One Liter of Tears.” Shuuji to Akira’s “Seishun Amigo” stayed strong even after a year of release by placing third in the Yearly Ranking.J-Pop in this past decade had rivalries between its artists, particularly female solo artists for the crown of being the “Queen of J-Pop.” The emergence of more idols produced by huge entertainment agencies, such as Hello!Project and Johnny’s Entertainment also left significant marks in the industry.Some of the biggest names in the J-Pop scene, on the other hand, had wedding bells ringing!2002 saw the marriage of Utada Hikaru with director Kazuaki Kiriya, producer Tetsuya Komuro with KEIKO, and GLAY’s TERU with PUFFY’s Ami Onuki.However, it was Utada who topped the Oricon Album Yearly Chart with her album “Deep River,” with Ayumi Hamasaki coming in second with her album “I am…”.