The latest from Ohara Sakurako finds the singer in a pink room working more choreography into her act. Flanked by a quartet of dancers, Sakurako works through a dance worthy arrangement with atmospheric elements that might make one break out the legwarmers. It seems like Sakurako really worked at this choreography, and she pulls it off while looking naturally. But, “Shine On Me” is a bit of a departure for Ohara Sakurako; clearly she can do whatever she wants at this point! “Shine On Me”, the 11th single from Ohara Sakurako, is on sale now at the links below.
Sakurako Ohara (大原櫻子 Ōhara Sakurako, born January 10, 1996) is a Japanese actress and pop singer under Victor Entertainment. Her father is narrator Hayashida Naochika. Formerly, she performed under the band MUSH&Co. as its vocalist. At 17, she auditioned for the role of Koeda Riko, the heroine in the manga-based movie Kanojo wa Uso wo Aishisugiteru against 5,000 other girls and was selected. For her performance, she won the Best New Actress award at the 23rd Japan Film Critics Award. To promote the movie, Ohara formed the band MUSH&Co. and made her music debut with the song “Ashita mo”. Since then, all her music has been produced by Kameda Seiji (亀田誠治) who has worked with such artists as Hirai Ken, Angela Aki, Do As Infinity, and Shiina Ringo among many others.
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