Japanese-American singer-songwriter Mitski Miyawaki is a rising star on the American music scene. The self-released artist first gained recognition with her self-titled debut album. She later attended Purchase College’s Conservatory of Music. Her debut album, “I Want to Be Happy,” was released in 2016. This is her third studio release. While she’s still a young artist, her songs and lyrics have gained international recognition.
Mitski Miyawaki Biography
|Real Name||Mitsuki Laycock|
|Profession||Singer, Songwriter, and Musician|
|Date of Birth||27 September 1990|
|Age||31 (As of 2021)|
|Family||Father: Yet to be updated (American)
Mother: Yet to be updated (Japanese)
|Affairs/Boyfriends||Yet to be updated|
|Husband||Yet to be updated|
|Children||Yet to be updated|
|School||Yet to be updated|
|College||SUNY Purchase College’s Conservatory of Music|
|Hobbies||Listening to Music, and Traveling|
|Birth Place||Mie Prefecture, Kansai, Japan|
|Hometown||Mie Prefecture, Kansai, Japan|
|Current City||New York, United States|
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- Mitski has more than 849k followers (as of March 2022) on Instagram.
- More than 337.4k people are following her on Twitter account.
- Her album Nobody has won the Best Music Video of the Year on Libera Awards.
Here is a list of music albums released by Mitski Miyawaki.
- Lush (2012)
- Retired from Sad, New Career in Business (2013)
- Bury Me at Makeout Creek (2014)
- Puberty 2 (2016)
- Be the Cowboy (2018)
- Laurel Hell (2022)
Though she was born in Japan, Mitski was raised in Turkey and the United States. After graduating from high school in Turkey, she began writing songs. The song she wrote at age fourteen is included on her first album. The aspiring artist studied film at Hunter College before deciding to pursue music full time. Her first two albums were her senior and junior year projects. Her newest release, Cop Car, draws on her extensive discography.
Her first album, Lush, was released in 2012, and it was released online. The album featured sparse instrumentals, synths, programmed drum machines, and impulsive guitars. The lyrics of the album reflected her morbid sensibility. The title track, “Castles,” showcases her sensitivity to death and decay. Her debut EP, “Lush,” was a surprise hit.