Namie Amuro has a Starscore of 4,028,935 and is No.5631 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 582,171 Facebook fans and 38,485,087 YouTube views. Today Namie Amuro gained 631 Facebook fans and gained 42,111 YouTube views. Her social media ranking has moved up 13 places in the daily J-Pop (Japan Pop) Chart to no.21 and remains at no.28 in the all time J-Pop (Japan Pop) Chart.
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Namie Amuro is a Japanese pop singer and fashion icon (and former actress) who at the height of her popularity was referred to as the Teen Queen and the title Queen of Japanese Pop Music. Born in Naha, Okinawa, Amuro debuted at the age of 14 as an idol in the girl group Super Monkey's. Though mostly unsuccessful, the group gained popularity during their final year together with the single Try Me (Watashi o Shinjite) (1995). Amuro left Toshiba-EMI after releasing two more solo singles; she continued her music career as a solo singer with the then-small independent label Avex Trax. Under the guidance of producer Tetsuya Komuro, Amuro quickly became a commercial success, producing several million-selling records and starting several fashion trends. Her single Can You Celebrate? (1997) became Japan's best selling single by a solo female artist. However, in late 1997, Amuro put her career on hold due to her pregnancy and marriage. She returned to music in 1998 with the number-one single, I Have Never Seen, but faced gradual declining sales. After unofficially severing ties with Tetsuya Komuro in 2001, Amuro joined Suite Chic group, and then as a solo singer made forays into Ramp;B and hip-hop. Since reinventing herself as a hip-pop singer with her sixth studio album 'Queen of Hip-Pop'(2005), Amuro has achieved newfound fame and popularity. Her seventh album 'Play'(2007) debuted at the top of the charts and was followed by 60s 70s 80s (2008). Over a decade after her debut, Amuro has remained one of the longest surviving popular female acts in Japan. She also continues to successfully combat social stigma as a divorced, working, single mother. On July 30, 2008, Amuro released her first greatest hits album, Best Fiction, since transitioning to Ramp;B music. It spent six consecutive weeks at the number-one position on Japan's Oricon weekly charts, and was elected as the best album of the year at the 50th Japan Record Awards. From 2008 to 2009, she toured Japan to promote the album. It was estimated that she played to an audience as large as 400,000 people, potentially the largest audience of her career. According to an update list made by Music Station in 2010, she has sold over 30 million copies in Japan alone, making her one of the best selling Japanese artists of all time.