Yuki Koyanagi Net Worth is
Yuki Koyanagi Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Yuki Koyanagi (?? ??, Koyanagi Yuki, born January 26, 1982 in Saitama, Saitama Prefecture, Japan), is a Japanese pop singer. She released her first single, 'Anata no kisu o kazoemashô - You Were Mine' on September 15, 1999. This song was a huge hit in Japan and made the 17-year-old a sensation overnight. Her second album 'EXPANSION', sold over 1.3 million copies. She has done several albums (in English) of cover songs, including disco and movie standards. After a break of several years, her latest album 'Sunrise' was released in March 2007.She is known for singing the English version of Cross Colors, the ending theme of Dynasty Warriors 4. Before that, she worked with Nathan Morris and Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men who wrote most of the songs on and produced her album Intimacy. She performed the songs in English, without understanding what she was singing.Yuki had the opportunity to sing the American National Anthem during the 2006 World Baseball Classic in Tokyo. She also sang the Japanese National Anthem for an international soccer match between Japan and Trinidad & Tobago in 2006.
|Date Of Birth||1982-01-26|
|Dynasty Warriors 4||2003||Video Game lyrics: "Cross Colors"|
|2012 FNS Kayôsai||2012||TV Special||Herself|
|The 51st Annual NHK kôhaku uta gassen||2000||TV Special||Herself|