Pushim

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PUSHIM is a Japanese reggae singer. Her real name is Paku Pushin. She was born in Osaka on November 16, 1975, and started to sing in 1995. She released her first single in 1999. She has strong and deep voice. Her younger sister, YOUNGSHIM, is also a reggae singer.

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She began performing in the Kansai reggae scene in 1995. In 1998, she did back-up vocals for the Refugee Camp's "It's Too Late", a Carroll King cover. After signing with Sony Music Japan, she recorded and released her first single called "Brand New Day" on June 19, 1999. It receive a lot of critical acclaim. In September of 1999, she released a second single called "Strong Woman". It was also a success and she sold many copies. The following spring, her debut album "Say Greetings" was released. Her latest album is "Sing A Song... Lighter!". It was released in 2006, with Luciano appearing on one track.

Extended plays[change | change source]

Date of Release Title Label Chart positions JP sales Certification
June 19 1999 Brand New Day Sony Music Japan 4 16,000
April 10 2002 Pak's Groove Sony Music Japan 29 15,000

Studio Albums[change | change source]

Date of Release Title Label Chart positions JP sales Certification
March 8 2000 Say Greetings! Sony Music Japan 4 36,000
July 4 2001 COLORS Sony Music Japan 13 73,000
May 3 2003 Pieces Sony Music Japan 10 127,000
August 4 2004 QUEENDOM Sony Music Japan 6 88,000
July 26 2006 Sing A Song... Lighter! Sony Music Japan 9 57,000

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