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Rina Sawayama Age:biography and wiki

On August 16, 1990, in Niigata, Niigata, Japan, Rina Sawayama was born. Find more about Rina Sawayama’s job, family, dating/affairs, height, age, and physical characteristics. Find Out Her Income and How Much She Spends This Year. Discover how, at the age of 33, she made the majority of her net worth as well.

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OccupationSinger · actress · model
Age33 years old
Net Worth$1 Million – $5 Million
Zodiac SignLeo
Born16 August, 1990
Birthday16 August
BirthplaceNiigata, Japan

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Following her agreement with Dirty Hit Records in 2020, she revealed Sawayama, her debut album. The songs “STFU!”—a blend of pop, avant-pop, heavy metal, and nu metal—and “Comme Des Garçons (Like the Boys)”—a “tribute to early 2000s dance tracks”—came out before the album. On March 2, 2020, the third single, “XS,” which was influenced by rock and 2000s R&B, was released. Sawayama released “Chosen Family,” another single off the album, the following month. On April 17, 2020, Sawayama, her debut album, was widely praised by critics.

In an August 2018 interview with Broadly, Sawayama said, “I’ve always written songs about girls.” Since I don’t believe I’ve ever referenced a male in any of my songs, I wanted to write about

it. She declared herself to be pansexual as well as bisexual. Her primary musical influences were performers from the 1990s and 2000s, including Limp Bizkit, Avril Lavigne, Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue, JoJo, Gwen Stefani, and Hikaru Utada.

Her song “Cyber Stockholm Syndrome” had its debut on The Fader in March 2017. The track’s themes originated, according to Sawayama, “because the internet world may provide essential support networks, voices of solidarity, sanctuary, and escape. That’s what pessimism, optimism, anxiety, and freedom are all about when it comes to “Cyber Stockholm Syndrome.” In 2017, she launched her first mini-album Rina after releasing the singles “Alterlife” and “Tunnel Vision,” a duet with Shamir. At that time, Sawayama was an unsigned artist, and Rina was independently released. Sawayama acknowledged on Twitter that she had worked.

to save money for the EP’s release, for a duration of two to three years. On Valentine’s Day of 2018, she dropped the track “Valentine”. In June 2018, the music video for the album track “Ordinary Superstar” was made available. Sawayama explored her sexual orientation in the song “Cherry,” which she released in August 2018. Sawayama left in late 2018 to go on her Ordinary Superstar tour, which took her to the US and the UK. She provided support for Charli XCX on her UK tour in 2019.

Sawayama is represented by Elite Model Management and Anti Agency. She was selected for the fall/winter 2017 Versus x Versace campaign. She has also written and sung an original song for Nicola Formichetti’s MAC and acted in advertisements for Jourdan Dunn’s Missguided.

x Nicopanda.

Sawayama has been on a number of best-of lists, including as Pitchfork’s Best Pop and R&B Albums of 2017; The Guardian’s 18 for ’18; and the 2017 Dazed 100.

Sawayama and artist John Yuyi worked together in 2016 to create a visual series that questioned Japanese and Asian notions of beauty. She was then featured in a Vogue Magazine profile. “For many women in Japan, these are the expectations people put on them, from anime culture, kawaii culture… that can really put women at a disadvantage, objectifying and infantilizing them,” Sawayama said in the interview when discussing the origins of the concept and partnership. For MAC x Nicopanda, Sawayama collaborated with Nicola Formichetti. Sawayama’s “Ordinary Superstar” music video was also directed by Formichetti. The origin of

In i-D, the relationship was described.

2013 saw Sawayama release her debut solo song, “Sleeping in Waking.” She released the music video for her song “Tunnel Vision,” which was directed by Arvida Byström, in June 2015. The music video for her track “Where U Are,” which was co-directed by Alessandra Kurr, was released in 2016. In the song, Sawayama explained how people engage with digital media: “You can present your best edited self [and] your overheating phone substitutes human warmth online.” Most bizarre of all, you’re both incredibly alone and together.”

Born on August 16, 1990, Rina Sawayama is a British-Japanese singer, songwriter, and model. She was reared in London from an early age after being born in Niigata, where she presently resides. Rina, her first extended play, was made available.

in 2017, and Sawayama, her first studio album, was made available on April 17, 2020.

Japan’s Rina Sawayama was born in Niigata on August 16, 1990. Her family chose to go to London, England, when she was five years old, and she remained there till now. She chose to pursue modeling and singing while attending Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, where she was studying politics, psychology, and sociology. She was a member of the hip-hop trio Lazy Lion during university, which included Theo Ellis from the indie rock group Wolf Alice. She received a political science degree from the institution.
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