AISHA is a Japanese R&B singer who made her debut in 2010. She was born into a musical family. Her father was a trombone player who has toured with the likes of Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, while her mother was a singer. She grew up listening to icons like Chaka Khan and Diana King and was heavily influenced by them.
The singer made waves with her EP “AISHA.EP,” which had songs like “Free Your Mind” — a song originally sung by R&B girl group En Vogue — and “Fallin’ 4 U,” featuring Darryl “DMC” McDaniels from legendary hip-hop duo Run-DMC.
By 2011, she released her second EP, “AISHA.EP II,” and produced her full album, “I, Shout” the following year. “I, Shout” included not only new tracks but songs from her previous EPs as well. Her most popular song from the album was “Kono Koe Karashite” featuring rapper CHEHON. It was later used as the twenty-third ending to the popular anime series Naruto: Shippuden. AISHA has also collaborated with many artists such as SKY-HI and ANARCHY. She has lent her voice to both artists on their singles “Change” and “Shake Dat Ass,” respectively.
In 2015, the songstress came out with her second album, “Pink Diamond.” The tracklist consisted of her various popular hits like “Candy Love” and “Make Love,” which features Beto Perez.
A year later, “Make Love” was chosen as the official theme song for the fitness and dance program Zumba.
Currently, the “Candy Love” singer is touring throughout Japan. What are your thoughts on this amazing vocalist? Let us know in the comments below!
For more information on this talented artist you can visit her Official Website.