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Komine Lisa

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Komine Lisa promoting Suteki na Kajitsu (2009)

Komine Lisa (コミネリサ) is a Japanese pop singer signed to flying DOG label. She made her major debut in 2004 as lisa with the single "Will" but later changed her stage name to Komine Lisa in 2006. Like other flying DOG's artists, Komine is known for singing anime theme songs. She also a member of pop duo Hamazaki Komine, a unit formed by her and Hamazaki Takashi. For composing works, Komine credits herself with her real name, Komine Risa (小峰理紗).

Profile

  • Stage Name: Komine Lisa (コミネリサ - written in Katakana) (2007-), lisa (2004-2006)
  • Real Name: Komine Risa (小峰理紗 - written in Kanji)
  • Birthplace: Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
  • Group: Hamazaki Komine (2007-)

Information

Komine Lisa debuted in 2004 with the single "Will" under stage name lisa. In the year 2007, she changed her stage name Komine Lisa to avoid confusion with ex-m-flo vocalist LISA. In the same year, she also formed pop unit Hamazaki Komine with Hamazaki Takashi, a singer-songwriter who she worked with. They released their debut single "MERRY ~ Nukumori Dake wo Todokete" in October of the same year, one month later, Komine released her third single "Sora ni Saku". The single reached #28 on the Oricon charts and charted for eleven weeks, becoming her best knowing single to date. In January 2008, three year since her debut, she released her debut album Niji'iro no Kotonoha. Despite the success of "Sora ni Saku" and an special interview with Oricon[1], the album only reached #134 on the charts and charted for one week.

By the end of 2008, after finishing Hamazaki Komine's debut album, it was announced that Komine will come back as a solo singer by performing the two insert songs for the anime Kurogane no Linebarrels. In April 2009, Komine released her fourth single "Suteki na Kajitsu", ending theme to the anime Ristorante Paradiso.

Discography

Studio Albums

Mini Albums

Best Albums

Singles

Digital Singles

Split Singles

Compilations / Other

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