Daichi Miura

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Daichi Miura (三浦 大知, Miura Daichi, born 24 August 1987) is a Japanese singer, songwriter, dancer, and choreographer. He also directs his own concerts. He belongs to Rising Production and has a record contract with Avex. He is from Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. He has an official fan club called "Daichishiki"(大知識).

Daichi Miura
Miura at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Japan
Background information
Birth nameDaichi Miura
Born (1987-08-24) 24 August 1987 (age 33)
Okinawa, Japan
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer-songwriter
  • dancer
  • choreographer
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • guitar
Years active1997–present
Labels
Associated acts

MusicEdit

InfluencesEdit

When Miura was eight years old,[1] he bought a CD for the first time(HIStory by Michael Jackson). Daichi Miura, like Michael Jackson, debuted as a child and later became a solo artist. When Miura saw Jackson dance in various countries on the video of "Black or White", he noticed Jackson kept his uniqueness in everything. Although still a child, Miura admired Jackson's originality. He later said he aspired to climb a different mountain but reach the same height as Jackson.

During the hiatus after leaving the group Folder, Miura was given an Usher album by a staff member. The style of Usher's dancing and singing became the foundation for his solo career. Miura has also mentioned Justin Timberlake as one of his influences. In addition, the lyrics of "Chicken Rice" written by Hitoshi Matsumoto taught him the artistic possibilities of Japanese language.

Live PerformanceEdit

During the solo concerts, besides dance and vocals, while singing, he has played piano, acoustic guitar, drum, and cajón. He also performed using Ableton Push.

CareerEdit

Before debutEdit

When Miura was six, his mother saw him dance to the theme songs of TV shows such as Animes, The Super Sentai Series, and Kamen Rider.[2][3] This gave her the idea of bringing him to the Okinawa Actors' School. At the school, they taught him to sing and dance. In 1996, a television program (NHK Education's Yumediago Kodomojuku) featured Miura commuting to the dance school 90 minutes by bus from home. Due to Miura's father’s job as a member of Self-Defense Force, the family moved often. First they moved to another part of Okinawa, then to Etajima in Hiroshima.[4] Before Miura left the group Folder, they moved to Ayase city in Kanagawa.

Debut as a member of FolderEdit

In 1997, Miura started his career as a member of Folder. At age nine, he debuted as the main vocalist "DAICHI" and the group released the single "Parachuter". He also became a regular in the TV show Ponkikkies. Afterwards, as "Daichi Miura", he released solo singles such as "Big Heart ~Theme of Microman~" .

In 2000, he took a hiatus from Folder due to his voice change. The group's name was changed to Folder5. (Miura did not participate in Folder5.) During the hiatus, Miura refrained from voice training and concentrated on dance practice.[5] During the same period, he went to a junior high school where he became a member of the volleyball team (it involved harsh physical training).

2004:  Comeback concert as Daichi MiuraEdit

2004Edit

On 1 August, at Harajuku Astro Hall (VISION FESTA vol.2), he changed his stage name back to Daichi Miura and held a comeback concert.[6]

In the summer, J.Que (Patrick J.Que Smith, the composer of Usher's "Yeah!") came to Japan to write songs for Miura. During the week in the studio, they produced a few songs together. Miura was amazed by Smith's world class songwriting. J.Que nicknamed Miura "D-ROCK".[7]

On 9 December, Miura traveled to Los Angeles to shoot the music video of the debut song "Keep It Goin' On".[8]

On 16 December, Miura danced with the top dancers including the back dancers for Beyonce, Usher etc. as well as the Hip-Hop legend Crazy Legs of ROCK STEADY CREW in his music video.[9]

2005 - 2006: Solo debut ~ D-ROCK with UEdit

2005Edit

On 19 January, at Shibuya O-WEST, the first solo concert Chapter-O was held.[10]

On 30 March, the first solo debut single "Keep It Goin' On" was released.[11] Miura said "I want to popularize a solo style of R&B singing and dancing that is still rare in Japan".

On 1 April, he was chosen as the first "Advance Artist" by MTV's Advanced Warning.[12]

On 22 April, Chapter-1 national tour started.[13]

On 1 June, the 2nd single "Free Style" was released.[14]

On 17 July, the solo concert Summer Seminar 2005 ~Eve of Marine Day Festival~ was held.[15]

On 12 October, the 3rd single "Southern Cross" was released.[16]

2006Edit

On 11 January, the 4th single "No Limit featuring Utamaru (from RHYMESTER)" was released.[17]

On 25 January, the first album D-ROCK with U was released.[18]

On 5 February, the live tour Chapter-2 D-ROCK with U started.[19]

On 29 March, the live DVD LIVE D-ROCK with U ~DAICHI MIURA LIVE Chapter-2~ was released.[20]

The monthly concert D-ROCK JAM started.[21]

2007- 2009:Who's The ManEdit

2007Edit

On 29 April, the national tour covering eight cities started.[22]

ON 18 July, the 5th single "Flag" was released.[23]

On 29 July, Miura performed at the anniversary event of the legendary breaking and hip hop group Rock Steady Crew 30th Anniversary in New York.[24][25]

On 24 August, SUMMER SEMINAR '07 ~Jump into the 20th~ was held.[26]

On 22 November, Miura performed on the popular TV dance program Super Chample. The show featured Chris Brown as a guest and Daichi danced his own choreography to "Gimme That"  in front of Chris Brown himself.[27]

2008Edit

On 9 July, the 12-inch analog record including the remix of "Inside Your Head" by FORCE OF NATURE's DJ KENT was released.[28]

On 23 July, the 6th single "Inside Your Head" was released.[29] Starting with this song, Miura continued to choreograph most of his own songs. He also started writing music and lyrics frequently for himself around this time.

On 26 November, the remix CD WHAT'S R&B? that included the remix of "Inside Your Head" by DJ KOMIRI was released.[30]

2009Edit

On 11 Feb., the 7th single "Your Love feat. KREVA" was released.[31][32]

On 20 May, the 8th single "Delete My Memories" was released.[33]

On 18 July, the solo concert SUMMER SEMINAR ~Encore of Our Love was held. KREVA was invited as a guest.[34]

On 16 September, the second album Who's The Man and the concert DVD "DAICHI MIURA LIVE 2009 -Encore of Our Love-" was released simultaneously. The live event at LAZONA Kawasaki was held.[35]

On 18 October, the national tour Who's The Man started.[36]

On 9 December, Mellow Disney -R&B Revisited- in which Miura participated was released.[37]

On 29 December, J-WAVE YEAH END SPECIAL LIVE DAICHI MIURA "Who's The Man; Returns" was held.[38]

2010 - 2011: "D.M."Edit

2010Edit

On 1 February, Miura was nominated for "SPACE SHOWER MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS 10" in "THE BEST CHOREOGRAPHY" category.[39]

On 10 February, BoA's album "IDENTITY" featuring Miura was released.[40]

In May, the solo concert "DAICHI MIURA LIVE 2010 ~Emotion~" was held.[41]

On 18 August, the 9th single "The Answer" was released.[42]

In August, the live concert "DAICHI MIURA SUMMER SEMINAR’10 ~The Answer?~" was held.[43]

On 31 October, the concert tour in 10 cities "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2010~GRAVITY~" started.[44]

On 15 December, the 10th single "Lullaby" was released.[45]

On 29 December, "YEAR END SPECIAL LIVE DAICHI MIURA "Zero GRAVITY"" was held.[46]

2011Edit

On 9 March, the lecca’s mini album “Hakofune-ballads in me-” including the collaboration song “First Sight feat. Daichi Miura” was released.[47]

On 3 August, The SUGAR SHACK FAMILY's album "SUGAR SHACK FACTORY" featuring Miura was released.[48]

On 6 August, the national tour "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2011 "Synesthesia" started.[49]

On 24 August, the 11th single "Turn Off The Light" was released. The song was written by lecca.[50]

On 8 September, the KREVA's album "GO" including "Shinkirō featuring Daichi Miura" was released.[51]

On 30 November, the third album "D.M." was released.[52]

On 14 December, the charity song "H♡PE" featuring Miura was released.[53]

2012 - 2013: The first Nippon Budokan concert "The Entertainer"Edit

2012Edit

On 2 May, the 12th single "Two Hearts" was released. "Two Hearts" was used as the theme song of the drama "Answer~Keishicho Kensho Sousakan".[54] This was the first time Miura's song was used for a drama.

On 3 May, the first Nippon Budokan concert was held.[55]

On 12 December, the 13th single "Right Now/Voice" was released.[56]

2013Edit

On 10 July, the 14th single "GO FOR IT" was released.[57]

On 31 July and 1 August, Miura participated in "Quincy Jones The 80th Celebration Live in JAPAN" at The Tokyo International Forum.[58]

On 8 September, the first Yokohama Arena concert was held. 12,000 people attended.[59]

On 20 November, the 4th album "The Entertainer" was released.[60]

2014 - 2015: "Fever"Edit

2014Edit

On 5 March, the 15th single "Anchor" was released. "Anchor" was used as the theme song of the drama "Yoru no Sensei".[61]

On 14 March, the Western music cover album "Covers EP" was released.[62]

On 1 April, the national tour "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2014 - THE ENTERTAINER" started.[61]

On 18 June, KREVA's ‘Best Of’ album "KX" including "Zensokuryoku (feat. Daichi Miura)" was released.[63]

On 23 October, Miura won the MTV EMA 2014 Best Japan Act.

On 3 December, the 16th single "Fureau dakede ~Always with you~/IT'S THE RIGHT TIME" was released.[64]

2015Edit

On 25 February, the 17th single "Unlock" was released.[65]

On 1 April, the DREAM COMES TRUE's cover album "WATASHI TO DORIKAMU 2 -DORIKAMU WONDERLAND 2015 KAISAI KINEN BEST COVERS-" including Miura’s "Mirai Yosouzu II" was released.[66]

On 17 June, the 18th single "music" was released.[67]

On 2 September, the 5th album "FEVER" was released.[68]

On 10 September, the national tour "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2015 "FEVER"" started.[69]

22 - 23 November, Miura participated in the nation's largest scale street dance event "Shibuya Street Dance Week 2015". This event was produced by SHOTA, one of Miura's exclusive dancers. Miura's song "music" was used as the theme song of the event.[70]

2016 - 2017: The first appearance on Music Station and Kohaku Uta Gassen ~ "HIT"Edit

2016Edit

On 30 March, the 19th single "Cry & Fight" was released.[71]

On 6 May, Miura appeared on Music Station (Asahi TV) for the first time.[72][73]

On 15 September, the national tour "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2016 (RE)PLAY" started.[74]

On 4 November, the music video of the 20th single "(RE)PLAY" was released.[75]

On 23 November, the 20th single "(RE)PLAY" was released.[76]

2017Edit

On 18 January, the 21st single "EXCITE" was released. "EXCITE" was used as the theme song of the drama "Kamen Rider Ex-Aid".[77]

On 22, 12 January 000 people attended the special encore concert from the (RE)PLAY tour at Yoyogi National Gymnasium. On the same date, Miura appeared on the "KanJam Kanzen Nen SHOW".[78]

On 22 March, the 6th album "HIT" and the concert DVD "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2016 (RE)PLAY" was released simultaneously.[79][80][81]

On 15 April, Miura participated in the concert event "AbemaTV 1st ANNIVERSARY LIVE".[82]

On 13 May, the invitational concert "Daichi Miura X TSUTAYA Premium Acoustic Live" was held.[83]

On 2 August, the 22th single "U" was released. "U" was used as the theme song of the drama "Nou ni Sumaho ga Umerareta!"[84].

On 16 September, the national tour "DAICHI MIURA BEST HIT TOUR 2017" started.[85]

On 14 October, Miura was featured on the TV show "Okamura Offer Series" of "Mechax2 Iketeru!" (Fuji TV).[86]

On 31 December, Miura performed on the "68th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen" (NHK) for the first time.[87]

2018 - : "BEST", "Kyutai (Sphere)"Edit

2018Edit

On 20 February, Miura appeared on the cover of Music Magazine, March issue.[88]

On 7 March, the first ‘Best Of’ album "BEST" was released.[89]

From April, Miura was featured in the promotional contents as a campaign character for "NHK World Japan" on NHK World.[90]

On 9 May, the SOIL&"PIMP" SESSION's album "DRAPPER" including "comrade feat. Daichi Miura" was released.[91]

On 11 July, the album "Kyutai (Sphere)" was released.[92]

On 22 August, the 23rd single "Be Myself" was released.[93]

On 22 September, the national tour "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2018 ONE END" started.

On 26 September, the Lekishi's 6th album "Mukishi" including "GOEMON feat. Bigmonzaemon (Daichi Miura)" was released.[94]

On 10 October, Miura participated as a guest on the Apple Music's original show "Tokyo, Music & Us 2017-2018" hosted by Kenji Ozawa.[95]

On 19 December, the 24th single "Blizzard" was released. "Blizzard" was used as the theme song of the animation film "Dragon Ball Super: Broly".[96]

On 31 December, Miura participated in the "69th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen" for the second time.[97]

2019Edit

On 7 February, the encore arena concert tour "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2018-2019 ONE END" started.[98][99]

In February, Miura became the ambassador for the sports brand "New Balance".[100][101]

On 24 February, Miura participated in The Commemoration Ceremony of the Thirtieth Anniversary of His Majesty the Emperor's Accession to the Throne, held by the Japanese government. Miura sang "Utagoe no Hibiki" (Lyrics written by the Emperor Akihito, Music composed by the Empress Michiko) to commemorate.[102]

On 12 June, the 25th single "Katasumi/Corner" and the concert DVD "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR ONE END in Osaka-jo Hall" were released.[103]

On 29 July, Miura participated in the "ASEAN-Japan Music Festival 2019 in VIETNAM―prayer for peace―". The event was produced by the actor Ryotaro Sugi who is also the Japan-Vietnam and the Japan-ASEAN Special Ambassador.[104][105]

On 1 August, the new project "Runs in the Family" by New Balance featuring the brand ambassador Daichi Miura and the supporting dancers started.[106][107][108]

On 16 - 18 August, Miura performed at the "Reading Orchestra Concert ~Hikari wo Kike~: Riku Onda’s Honeybees and Distant Thunder, winner of the Naoki Award and Bookstore”.[109]

On September 12, at Tokyo Game Show 2019, it was announced that Miura would appear as one of the preppers in the video game “DEATH STRANDING” by director Kojima Hideo, (November 8th release).[110]

From September 21, starting from the Makuhari Event Hall in Chiba, to November 5th at Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo (a the total of four venues), six arena concerts of "DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2019-2020 COLORLESS" were held.[111]

On 31 December, Miura performed on the "70th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen" for the third time.[112]

ImageEdit

He often writes the lyrics and music to his songs, himself. Most of his songs were choreographed by himself since "Inside Your Head" was released.

Personal lifeEdit

Miura announced his marriage to a non-celebrity woman on 1 January 2015.[113] His first son was born on 9 December 2016.[114]

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
JPN
Oricon

[115]
JPN
Billboard

[116]
D-Rock with U 18
  • JPN: 12,815
Who's the Man 27
  • JPN: 5,604
D.M.
  • Released: 30 November 2011
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, digital download
7
  • JPN: 25,776
The Entertainer
  • Released: 20 November 2013
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, digital download
5
  • JPN: 34,868
Fever
  • Released: 2 September 2015
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 4
  • JPN: 24,713
Hit
  • Released: 22 March 2017
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, digital download
4 3
  • JPN: 59,503
Kyuutai
(球体;, Sphere)
  • Released: 11 July 2018
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, digital download
5 4
  • JPN: 21,533
"—" denotes items which did not chart.

Compilation albumsEdit

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
JPN
Oricon

[115]
JPN
Billboard

[117]
DJ Daishizen Presents Daichi Miura Non Stop DJ Mix
(DJ 大自然 Presents 三浦大知 Non Stop DJ Mix)
N/A
Best
  • Released: 7 March 2018
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1
  • JPN: 104,480
DJ Daishizen Presents Daichi Miura Non Stop DJ Mix Vol.2
(DJ Daishizen Presents 三浦大知 Non Stop DJ Mix Vol.2)
  • Released: 18 March 2020
  • Label: Sonic Groove
  • Formats: CD, digital download
18 14
"—" denotes items which did not chart.

Extended playsEdit

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title EP details Peak chart positions
JPN
Oricon

[115]
JPN
Billboard

[120]
Covers EP
"—" denotes items which did not chart.

SinglesEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Notes Album
JPN
Oricon

[121]
JPN
Hot
100

[122]
"Big Heart" 1999 N/A OP for the anime Microman: The Small Giant. Non-album single
"Keep It Going' On" 2005 14
  • JPN: 24,542
D-Rock with U
"Free Style" 19
  • JPN: 15,102
"Southern Cross" 34
  • JPN: 3,061
"No Limit"
(featuring Utamaru of Rhymester)
2006 29
  • JPN: 2,714
Image song for the video game Project Gotham Racing 3.
"Flag" 2007 62 N/A Who's The Man
"Everlasting Love 2007" N/A Digital distribution only. Non-album single
"Inside Your Head" 2008 48
  • JPN: 2,291
Who's The Man
"Your Love"
(featuring Kreva)
2009 20 20
  • JPN: 3,800
"Delete My Memories" 36 86
  • JPN: 3,414
"The Answer" 2010 24 25
  • JPN: 6,601
D.M.
"Lullaby" 16 12
  • JPN: 6,767
"Turn Off the Light" 2011 16 34
  • JPN: 8,114
"Two Hearts" 2012 9 6
  • JPN: 20,167
The Entertainer
"Right Now / Voice" 7 15
  • JPN: 23,702
"Go for It" 2013 8 14
  • JPN: 24,095
"Anchor" 2014 7 22
  • JPN: 18,329
Fever
"Fureau Dake De –Always with You– / It's the Right Time"
(ふれあうだけで 〜Always with You〜 / It's the Right Time)
6 23
  • JPN: 17,736 (CD)
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
"It's the Right Time" as ED for the anime Parasyte –The Maxim–.[124]
"Unlock" 2015 8 17
  • JPN: 13,271
OP for the Japanese drama Ghost Writer.
"Music" 11 17
  • JPN: 14,272
"Cry & Fight" 2016 9 8
  • JPN: 15,990
Hit
"(Re)Play" 10 12
  • JPN: 16,030 (CD)
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
"Excite" 2017 1 2
  • JPN: 45,639 (CD)
  • JPN: 250,000 (DL)
OP for the Japanese tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.
"U" 8 8
  • JPN: 15,143
Best
"Be Myself" 2018 12 11
  • JPN: 12,742
Non-album singles
"Blizzard" 4 2
  • JPN: 22,826 (CD)
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
Theme song for the anime film Dragon Ball Super: Broly.
"Katasumi / Corner"
(片隅 / Corner)
2019 12 22 N/A
"I'm Here" 2020 6 23 N/A
  • JPN: 16,228
"Yours" N/A Digital distribution only.
"—" denotes items which did not chart.

VideographyEdit

Title Released Details
LIVE D-ROCK with U ~DAICHI MIURA LIVE Chapter-2~ @Shibuya AX 5th February 29 March 2006 Formats: DVD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE 2009 -Encore of Our Love- 16 September 2009 Formats: DVD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2010 ~GRAVITY~ 25 May 2011 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2011 ~Synesthesia~ 22 February 2012 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE 2012 ~D.M.~ in BUDOKAN 22 August 2012 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA "exTime Tour 2012" 16 January 2013 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA "Choreo Chronicle 2008-2011 Plus" 20 March 2013 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2013 -Door to the unknown- in YOKOHAMA ARENA 29 January 2014 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2014 - THE ENTERTAINER 1 October 2014 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA "Choreo Chronicle 2012-2015 Plus" 16 December 2015 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2015“FEVER" 10 February 2016 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2016“(RE)PLAY" 22 March 2017 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA Live Chronicle 2005-2017 27 December 2018 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA BEST HIT TOUR in Japan Budokan 27 June 2018 Formats: DVD, BD
DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR ONE END in Osaka-Jo Hall 12 June 2019 Formats: DVD, BD

Collaborative worksEdit

  • ajapai "声をかさねて… feat.DAICHI MIURA" (Single, Album "unaffected", 2006)
  • "Wishing on a groove" (Album, V.A. "CHRISTMAS HARMONY ~VISION FACTORY presents", 2007)
  • "Special Story" (Album, V.A. "FLOWER FESTIVAL~VISION FACTORY presents", 2008)
  • 千晴 "STOP!! feat. Daichi Miura" (Album, "バカ正直", 2009)
  • "SUGAR SHACK feat. Full of Harmony, LL BROTHERS, 三浦大知, HI-D, LEO" (Album "SUGAR SHACK Official soundz mixed by DJ HAL ", 2009)
  • "When She Loved Me [Toy Story 2]" (Album, V.A. "Mellow Disney ~R&B Revisited~", 2009)
  • BoA "Possibility duet with Daichi Miura" (Album "IDENTITY", 2010)
  • Sowelu "年下の君に duet with Daichi Miura" (Album "Love & I .~恋愛遍歴~", 2010)
  • "Can't Help Falling in Love [Lilo & Stitch]" (Album, V.A. "Urban pop Disney", 2010)
  • SUGAR SHACK "君がいるなら ~White Love Song~" (Single, 2010) *Digital Single
  • lecca "First Sight feat.三浦大知" (Album "箱舟~ballads in me~", 2011)
  • SUGAR SHACK ALL STARS "明日の太陽" (Single, 2011) *Digital Single
  • "熱帯夜" (Album "SUGAR SHACK FACTORY ", 2011)
  • Kreva "蜃気楼 feat. 三浦大知" (Album "GO", 2011)
  • MAJOR MUSIC "HOPE" (Single, 2011 *a charity song, for "Aftermath of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami")
  • 福原美穂(Miho Fukuhara) "Dream on feat. 三浦大知" (Single, Album "The Best of Soul Extreme", 2012)
  • DJ Deckstream "HOLIDAY feat.三浦大知" (Album "DECKSTREAM.JP", 2013)
  • Kreva "全速力 feat. 三浦大知" (Best Album "KX", 2014)
  • 黒沢薫Gospellers "Supernova duet with 三浦大知" (Single, 2015)
  • May J. "輝く未来 with 三浦大知" (Album "May J. sings Disney", 2015)
  • "愛を感じて Can you feel the love tonight ", (Album, V.A. "ドリーム~ディズニー・グレイテスト・ソングス~ 邦楽盤 DREAM -DISNEY GREATEST SONGS- HOUGAKUHEN ", 2015)
  • "決戦は金曜日", (Album, V.A. "The best covers of DREAMS COME TRUE ドリウタ Vol.1", 2017)
  • "星に願いを", (Album, V.A. "Thank You Disney", 2017)
  • MIYAVI vs 三浦大知 "Dancing with My Fingers", (Album, MIYAVI "SAMURAI SESSIONS vol.2", 2017)
  • 千晴 "NAMIDA feat. 三浦大知", (Album "始まり", 2018)
  • 千晴 "始まり feat. 三浦大知", (Album "始まり", 2018)
  • 絢香(Ayaka)&三浦大知 "ハートアップ", (Single, 2018)
  • "すべりだい" (Album, V.A. 椎名林檎(Ringo Sheena) tribute "アダムとイヴの林檎", 2018)
  • Soil & "Pimp" Sessions "comrade feat. 三浦大知" (Album, Soil & "Pimp" Sessions "DAPPER", 2018)
  • レキシ(Rekishi) "GOEMON feat. ビッグ門左衛門" (Album, レキシ "ムキシ", 2018)
  • MIYAVI vs KREVA vs 三浦大知 "Rain Dance" (Album, MIYAVI "Samurai Sessions, Vol. 3: Worlds Collid", 2018)
  • 絢香(Ayaka)&三浦大知 "ねがいぼし"(Digital distribution only, 2020)

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Work/Nominee Result Ref.
2014 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best R&B Video "I'm on Fire" Won [125]
2014 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Japanese Act Daichi Miura Won [126]
2015 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best R&B Artist Daichi Miura Won [127]
2016 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best R&B Video "Cry & Fight" Won [128]
2017 2017 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best R&B Video "(Re)play" Won [129]
2017 59th Japan Record Awards Excellent Works "Excite" Won [130]
2017 50th Japan Cable Awards Excellent Award Daichi Miura Won [131]
2018 2018 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Artist of the Year Daichi Miura Won [132]
2018 60th Japan Record Awards Excellent Works "Be Myself" Won [133]
2019 2019 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Male Artist Video "Katasumi" Won [134]
2019 61st Japan Record Awards Excellent Works "Katasumi" Won [135]

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  30. ^ Natalie. "DJ KOMORIが邦楽R&Bの本質を問うミックスCD". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  32. ^ Natalie. "三浦大知ニューシングルでKREVAの強烈ラップ炸裂". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  37. ^ Natalie. "ディズニーの名曲をJ-POPアーティスト12組がR&Bカバー". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  38. ^ "三浦大知が魅せた。ツアーファイナルにはCOMA-CHIもサプライズで登場". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  41. ^ Natalie. "三浦大知、5カ月ぶり単独ライブをAX&BIG CATで実施". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  45. ^ Natalie. "三浦大知、10thシングルは大人も聴ける子守唄バラード". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  49. ^ "三浦大知のニューアルバムに予約殺到、関係各所は対応に追われる事態に". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  50. ^ Natalie. "三浦大知、新曲はlecca作詞作曲&自身振り付けの会心作". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  52. ^ Natalie. "三浦大知ツアーファイナルで3rdアルバム「D.M.」発売告知". 音楽ナタリー (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  56. ^ "三浦大知、初の両A面シングル「Right Now / Voice」12月12日リリース決定". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  57. ^ "三浦大知、2013年第1弾シングル「GO FOR IT」リリース決定。さらに横浜アリーナ公演開催も". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  58. ^ "クインシー・ジョーンズ、来日公演に参加する日本アーティスト決定". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  59. ^ "【ライブレポート】1万2000人が興奮、熱狂、そして感動。三浦大知が初の横浜アリーナ単独公演を開催。アルバム11月決定もサプライズ報告". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  60. ^ "三浦大知、約2年ぶり4枚目のアルバムは『The Entertainer』。11月20日リリース". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  65. ^ "三浦大知、新曲「Unlock」がドラマ『ゴーストライター』オープニングテーマに". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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  67. ^ "三浦大知、新曲「music」6月17日リリース。"音楽"への普遍的な思いを歌う". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  68. ^ "三浦大知、アルバム『FEVER』は9月2日リリース". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
  69. ^ "【ライブレポート】三浦大知の10周年FEVERツアー終了。「みなさんとの思い出が、三浦大知を歌わせるパワーの源」". BARKS (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 October 2020.
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