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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Her father is African-American, and her mother is Korean. %%Check the TRS thread


* CoveredUp: Her latest album from 2021, "I Sing", is comprised of covers of popular songs voted for by fans.


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AmbiguouslyBrown: Her father is African-American, and her mother is Korean. %%Check the TRS threadthread
* ChildhoodFriends: With artist [[Music/BoAKorea BoA.]]


Crystal Kay is often considered to be a pioneer in interracial acts in Japan, debuting in 1999 when R&B began to take off in Japan, and paved the way for other mixed-race artists in Japan.

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Crystal Kay is often considered to be a pioneer in interracial acts in Japan, debuting in 1999 when R&B began to take off in Japan, off, and paved the way for other mixed-race artists in Japan.

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Her father is African-American, and her mother is Korean.

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: She is fluent in both Japanese and English.

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: She is fluent in both Japanese and English.English.
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Crystal Kay Williams, known professionally as Crystal Kay, is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actress, and radio host. She first came onto the scene at the young age of 13.

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Crystal Kay Williams, Williams (born February 26, 1986), known professionally as Crystal Kay, is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actress, and radio host. She first came onto the scene at the young age of 13.

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Crystal Kay is often considered to be a pioneer in interracial acts in Japan, debuting in 1999 when R&B began to take off in Japan, and paved the way for other mixed-race artists in Japan.


Crystal Kay Williams, known professionally as Crystal Kay, is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actress, and radio host. She first came onto the scene at the young age of 13.

She is well-known for singing the third ending theme to the 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist series, "Motherland".



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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglishMilitaryBrat: Her father is a sailor in the United States Navy.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: She is fluent in both Japanese and English.


* Hypocrite: "What We Do". She admits that she's been creeping around behind her man's back, but in the rap section, claims she wants a man who doesn't cheat, and that she'll "shut him down" if she "catch his ass creepin' round".

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* Hypocrite: {{Hypocrite}}: "What We Do". She admits that she's been creeping around behind her man's back, but in the rap section, claims she wants a man who doesn't cheat, and that she'll "shut him down" if she "catch his ass creepin' round".

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* Hypocrite: "What We Do". She admits that she's been creeping around behind her man's back, but in the rap section, claims she wants a man who doesn't cheat, and that she'll "shut him down" if she "catch his ass creepin' round".



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