May May
May May
May is a Korean singer, well known in South Korea for singing the song "Miracle". She speaks Korean, Japanese, and English. May was born on May 6, 1982 in Seoul, South Korea. She started her music career in South Korea in late 2005 singing "Miracle", a well known song in South Korea. Within a month she was chosen by Avex's Show Case Live because she was able to speak Japanese.
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    TWENTIES
  • 2007
    Age 24
    By 2007, May had released her first Japanese Album "a Little Happiness" which charted at #77 on Oricon.
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    MAY is about to set off a tour in 2007 after releasing her sixth single "Onna Gokoro" on 4 April 2007.
    More Details Hide Details MAY uses a M symbols to represent her own name. Usually, the M symbols appear on her website and covers of her singles, albums, and EPs.
    By 10 January 2007, Sarai no Kaze was released as her fifth single, also her first single to chart at #132 sold 518 copies on the first week.
    More Details Hide Details By end of the month May released her first album "a Little Happiness" chart at #77.
  • 2006
    Age 23
    May released her fourth single in autumn on 8 November 2006.
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    On 26 July 2006, May released "Surrender (c/w Lydia)", her third single, which gained her little success.
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    Before Mat's "Smile" EP, she released her second single "Kienai Niji" on May, 2006 also fail to chart.
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    On 21 February 2006, May released her first single "Wonderland", which failed to chart on Oricon.
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    Three months later, on 2 June 2006, May released her second EP or mini album "Smile" with a different publisher, Doremi Media. "Smile" reached #27 in the chart.
    More Details Hide Details She also covered another song from F.I.R., "Fly Away". May released two versions of "Smile": a first press limited version with her "M" symbol, and a regular version without the "M" symbol. Early in 2005, Avex launched a project called Show Case Live. It featured samples of eight upcoming artists, including May. She signed under the Avex label later that year.
    On 7 March 2006 May had a contract with CJ Music releasing her first EP or mini album entitled "Wonderland" that featured seven songs.
    More Details Hide Details May did not gain much success with her first released charted at #23 on Korean top 200.
    May is a Korean artist who made her debut in 2006 but wasn't able to gain any success on any releases.
    More Details Hide Details May started her music career singing "Miracle" as a theme song along with a F.I.R. cover song "Lydia" as an insert song for a popular Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) weekend drama "Friends" in late 2005.
    By early 2006 she was signed to Avex Trax in Japan, and had a contract to publish her first EP "Wonderland" with CJ Music in South Korea, which charted at #23 in the Korean top 200 and sold 743 copies within the first week.
    More Details Hide Details Within 3 months, May released her second EP "Smile" with a different publisher, Doremi Media in South Korea, and it charted at #27 and sold 695 copies in the first week.
  • 2005
    Age 22
    She started her music career in South Korea in late 2005 singing "Miracle", a well known song in South Korea.
    More Details Hide Details Within a month she was chosen by Avex's Show Case Live because she was able to speak Japanese.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Born
    Born on May 6, 1982.
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