Yui’s rise to Japan stardom is really as simple in retelling since it was difficult in execution, deserving a manga version or a film of its. At 16, the music-loving Yoshioka Yui, who was raised without a dad, followed the suggestion of a pal and turned from a standard senior high school to an exclusive music college in Fukuoka. There she honed her executing and composing abilities, dragging her electric guitar around with her just about everywhere she proceeded to go and doing road shows, which also helped her in her struggle with shyness. The fight was clearly earned by 2003, when she participated within an audition structured by Sony Music, needing to keep her floor against a minimum of 20,000 competitors and controlling to score an archive contract. This resulted in her just “indie” solitary, “From the Happy Collection,” released in 2004. The A-side track was heard from the director of the prime-time TV episode, Fukigen Na Gene (Grumpy Gene), and impressed him plenty of to obtain Yui’s music used in the display. The success instantly earned Yui a location around the Sony Music roster. Becoming her personal songwriter didn’t prevent Yui from achieving chart success generally reserved for even more conventional pop celebrities lending their encounters to music developed by another person. Her 1st major-label solitary, “Experience My Spirit” (also presented on Fukigen Na Gene), offered 100,000 copies, and her debut LP, From Me for you, which adopted in 2006, offered doubly many copies and reached number 4 around the Oricon graphs. Within the same 12 months Yui also released her acting profession, starring in the primary part in Taiyou No Uta (Midnight Sunlight) — a unfortunate and, needless to say, romantic story in regards to a youthful musician having a terminal disease that helps prevent her from showing up in the sunshine. The film even managed to get towards the world-famous Cannes Film Festival. Two of Yui’s tunes were also selected for the starting and shutting credits of 1 of the very most well-known Japanese anime series, Bleach, and now it was just organic that her second LP, Can’t Purchase My Like, topped the Oricon graphs in 2007, offering half of a million copies. Since that time, Yui provided tunes for another Television episode and two films, and performed a sold-out display at Budokan, Japan’s number 1 music location. Her third recording, I Loved Last night, premiered in Apr 2008, accompanied by My Brief Stories — the very first B-side collection to debut at number 1 in the Oricon graphs — in November of this season.