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Born: February 23, 1952 Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.

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Miyuki Nakajima is a Japanese singer, composer, lyricist and radio personality.

As a musical artist, she is well-known for her extremely intense and changeable vocal expression and decadent lyrics. In contrast, as a radio host, she was surprisingly loud and talkative. This extreme gap received favorable public reaction mainly in the 1980s, and she has continued to have a deep-rooted reputation as a musician. As two principal Japanese female veteran singer-songwriters, she is often compared with Yumi Matsutoya.

On Oricon, a Japanese official hit chart, Nakajima accomplished several achievements. From 1979 through 1985, she constantly made #1 hit albums, and succeeded on both albums and singles chart in the 1980s. She is the only solo artist who produced several #1 hits on Japanese singles chart for four decades; "Wakareuta (The Parting Song)" in 1970s, "Akujo" in '80s, "Sora to Kimi no Aida ni (Between the Sky and You)" in '90s and "Earthly Stars (Unsung Heroes)" in 2000s. Particularly, "Earthly Stars (Unsung Heroes)" remained on the charts for over 200 weeks. In addition, as a lyricist or composer, she wrote over 90 songs for numerous singers, and made several number one hits"Abayo" performed by Naoko Ken, "Kosa ni Fukarete" performed by Shizuka Kudo, and "Sorafune (Ship in the Air)" performed by Tokio.

She is also well-known as a Japanese songwriter who has the most cover version which was performed by non-Japanese East Asian singers (especially Taiwan and Hong Kong). For example, "Rouge", the song which she presented for Naomi Chiaki in mid 1970s was covered by Faye Wong in 1992 as "Fragile Woman". Success of this cover version made her a superstar among Asian entertainers.

Since her debut in 1975, Nakajima has also worked as a songwriter for other singers. In early years, she has written many songs for famous comedian and singer, Naoko Ken. Their combination began in 1976 single "La-La-La"/"Ame ga Sora o Suteru Hi wa".

In 1970s and 1980s, Nakajima wrote songs for Junko Sakurada, Yoshie Kashiwabara, Kiyoshi Maekawa, and Tokiko Kato. Keiko Masuda, former Pink Lady vocalist single "Suzume (Sparrow)" was released in 1981, and sold about 300,000 copies.

From mid 1980s to early 90s, Nakajima succeeded as a lyricist for others. She wrote lyrics for Hiromi Gō, Yoko Nagayama, Ryoko Moriyama, Ken Takakura and Nae Yuki. These tunes were composed by famous and influential songwriters, such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, Masashi Sada and Kyohei Tsutsumi. Particularly, the songwriter team with Tsugutoshi Goto was quite successful. They wrote about twenty songs for Shizuka Kudo, and five singles reached number one on the oricon chart. Her 1993 single "Dokoku (I Cried All Night)" sold over 900,000 copies, and it became her biggest hit single. After the end of their combination, Nakajima often wrote song for Kudo.

In recent years, Nakajima has written songs for the rockband, Tokio. The song titled "Sorafune" became the third biggest hit for them.
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