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TiA (ティア) is a Japanese pop singer famous for her songs "Ryuusei" (part of the Naruto ending themes repertoire) and "Every Time". Her August 2005 single "Promise", is used as Yakitate!! Japan 's second opening song. She released her first American debut song "I'm On My Way" in 2015.
TiA was born in Yokohama, Japan. Her father is Japanese and her mother is half German-American and half Japanese.
After sending her demo tapes to several companies, she signed a contract with Epic Records when she was just 16.
TiA debuted at the age of 16 and soon became famous for her song "Ryuusei" which starred as one of the "Naruto" ending themes. Her first album received a Gold Disc Award.
In 2004 she released her first music album, entitled Humming.
In 2014 she moved to New York City, where she currently resides. She has performed at the world-famous Apollo theater, Carnegie Hall, SOB's, Cafe wha?, Shrine, Silvana, Milk River, Prudential Center, Newark Symphony Hall, Juneteenth Festival 2016 and McDonald's GospelFest 2016.
She will be releasing her most recent single on iTunes in 2017.
Rurutia (ルルティア) is a Japanese singer-songwriter. She began her career in 2001 with the release of the single "Itoshigo yo" when she was signed with Toshiba-EMI. She has released twelve albums and eleven singles. Rurutia is intensely private; most aspects of her life – including her real name, date of birth, and hometown, are kept private, and she has never appeared on a TV program or held a live concert since her debut. Her mass media appearances have been limited to broadcasts of the Internet radio program "RURUTIA Planet," which began streaming on her official website after she became independent, interviews with photos posted on her official website, and interviews in music magazines. As for avoiding media exposure, she cites the glamorous world of the public spotlight and her own musical world as being at odds with each other. This, added to her whispered vocals, creates a unique and mysterious artistic persona.
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