Japan’s Famous Singer Duo “CHEMISTRY” to perform at Miss International 2017

23 Oct 2017 | Angelopedia

Chemistry (also CHEMISTRY), Japan’s popular singer duo composed of Yoshikuni Dochin and Kaname Kawabata will rock the finale night of 57th Miss International pageant in Tokyo, Japan on 14th November 2017.

Chemistry is a pop/ R & B duo that is very well accepted among the locals in Japan. With most of their singles being No.1 chartbusters and all their five albums reaching No. 1 position, the duo’s songs became popular via the highly famed TV show Ayasan, and then they went on to become one of the top-selling J-pop artists of the 2000s. Their songs have appeared in many movies as well.

The duo is also popular in Korea, where their collaboration songs "Let's Get Together Now” and “Kimi ga Iru” are smashing hits.

The singers went their separate ways in 2012 to pursue solo careers but the pair came together again recently only in 2017 and released their new song ‘Windy’, which is already a hit and will be used as the ending theme song for the animated adaptation of Altair: A Record of Battles.


Japan’s Famous Singer Duo “CHEMISTRY” to perform at Miss International 2017


The contestants from 70 countries are expected to start arriving in Japan in the last week of October and they will participate in various preliminary activities and events before the coronation night on 14th November 2017 where reigning Miss International, Kylie Verzosa will pass on her crown to the winner. The musical duo is expected to take the audience along with all the beauties on a lovely musical trail with its talent and melodious voice at the final event.