Howie D. Collaborates With Up & Coming Japanese Artists

Contributed by elgato:

Crazy4_BSB_Bone from the forum at has an article from a Japanese newspaper that says Howie will be coming to Japan in August for a Dorough Lupus Foundation charity event. The article also says that Howie’s working with a Japanese/Korean singer. The translation says, “,who is 16-year-old Korean famous singer (but she works in Japan) will collaborate with Howie D, one of the Backstreet Boy for BRATZ’s debut single ‘Show Me What You Got,’ which will be released on Aug. 27th. This song will be included in BoA’s new album that will be released the same day. More than half of the songs included in her new album are in English. It is being considered for release in the U.S., so her advance to the world might speed up.”

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12 thoughts on “Howie D. Collaborates With Up & Coming Japanese Artists

  1. babet says:

    Japanese artists are so stylish and pretty. but I’m not a big fan of their music because most famous Japanese artists sing j-pop…..which is like pure techno/bubblegum pop music. I hope BoA’s song is good……..even if it is with Howie. actually, she deserves someone more qualified.

  2. Smile says:

    Howie is qualified. He’s written and produced for several singers and groups.

  3. Stallion says:

    Another flop is on the way.

  4. elgato says:

    no need to bring up the ‘on the line’ soundtrack

  5. Stallion says:

    She should work with someone with real talent.

  6. elgato says:

    I love watchin’ these haters get jealous. their jealousy than turns into stupidity, which turns into ignorance, which turns into an embarrassment. but it’s fun to watch it all

  7. Stallion says:

    Elgato I wasn’t talking about On the Line I was talking about Nick Carer bubble gum pop album now or never. That was a horrible album and it was a flop.

  8. elgato says:

    stallion, Nick’s album was neither a flop nor bubblegum. you calling it bubblegum just further confirms that you haven’t even listened to the album. that’s like somebody calling the Marshall Mathers LP country music. it’s obvious they don’t know what they’re talking about. and that’s the situation you’re in.

  9. AiRMERiCAxAO says:

    Nick’s album was anything but bubble gum pop. Not trying to be rude, but if you listened to it you’d realize that. Rock legends wouldn’t like the album if it was bubblegum. Justin’s CD was pure pop/”R&B”

  10. popnicklover says:

    Hey, that’s cool for Howie. I’ve never heard BoA’s music before but I heard she was in consideration to play Cho Chang in the Harry Potter movies. I can’t wait to hear the collaboration!

  11. jcsfan88 says:

    “no need to bring up the ‘on the line’ soundtrack” NSYNC wasn’t the only one on that. there were multiple artists on the soundtrack: bbmak, Britney spears, vitamin c, trickside, al green, blaque, meredith edwards, and a few unknown artist.

  12. elgato says:

    lance put that soundtrack together, calling in his ‘friends’ so it was HIS bomb. and HIS movie bomb

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