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This is the first Driving Hit’s installment to have remixes of most recent songs by Koda.
It’s also the first Driving Hit’s album to be released in CD DVD format (second remix album with 2012’s Beach Mix), which the documentary of her Taiwan Live concerts is included.
Jonathan Ross has called her the Christina Aguilera of Japan, while many also compare her career to that of Britney Spears.Inspired by her mother, who performed in karaoke bars, Koda, from a young age, had aspirations of becoming a singer.Her school years were unhappy; she described her junior and high school years as "obscure times", as she was ridiculed due to her "fatness", "shortness", "ugliness", and other factors related to her appearance.* Both artists RAP on this song [Fergie ] Somebody saw you in the parking lot With a girl heading to the spot So now you're tryin' to play me like a fool That ain't cool That ain't cool, so Chorus: Fergie & Koda Kumi Somebody saw you in the parking lot With a girl heading to this spot So now you're tryin' to play me like a fool That ain't cool That ain't cool, so [Verse 1: Fergie] Did you really think I wouldn't find you out I guess somebody decided to sell you out They told me about her And what you plan to do You tried to have your cake And eat it, too Well, my dear, it isn't gonna work that way It really doesn't sit well with me to be played Karma's comin' round With something to tell When you hurt me, you really hurt yourself Repeat Chorus Twice Hook: Fergie & Koda Kumi What you gonna do What you gonna do about it What you gonna do What you gonna do about it Repeat Hook [Verse 2: Koda Kumi] Did you really think that I was really that easy Don't make me laugh Anata ni wo tired I'm gonna throw you out That's what I'm gonna do A girl can have her cake And eat it too I was just pretending, to play that game Anata tachi to Not the same Don't come back to me like a child I'm not your mommy So say, "Sayonara!, is a Japanese singer from Kyoto, known for her urban and R&B songs.
Having debuted in 2000 with the single "Take Back", Koda gained fame for her seventh single, "Real Emotion/1000 no Kotoba", the songs of which were used as themes for the video game Final Fantasy X-2.