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Cheeky Parade
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February, 2018
General Information

Origin

Japan

Genre

J-Pop

Years active

2012-2018

Agency

Avex Vanguard (2013-2018)
Avex Management (2012-2013)

Label

iDOL Street

Associated acts

E Traps

Website

Cheeky Parade official website

Members

Watanabe Asami
Sekine Yuna
Shimazaki Rino
Suzuki Yuriya
Yamamoto Marin
Nagai Hina
Suzuki Mariya

Former

Mirozogi Seran
Kodakari Momoka

Cheeky Parade is a Japanese pop idol group and a main group of iDOL Street. The group was officially announced on February 19, 2012, and they made their major debut on January 9, 2013.

The group's best selling release is the single "Mugendai Shoujo A".

HistoryEdit

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Cheeky Parade, November, 2017

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Cheeky Parade, June 2017

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Cheeky Parade, September 2016

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Cheeky Parade, June, 2016

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Cheeky Parade, February, 2016

2012: FormationEdit

Cheeky Parade was officially announced on February 19, 2012, at the iDOL Street Street-sei LIVE2012 ~Next Street~ concert. They released an indies single titled "Cheeky dreamer" on April 1, 2012. On September 22, 2012, it was announced that Cheeky Parade would make their major debut in January 2013 with the single "BUNBUN NINE9'".

2013: Cheeky Parade IEdit

After releasing three major singles and a digital single, the group released their first studio album Cheeky Parade I on November 27, 2013.

2014: TogetherEdit

On February 19, 2014, it was announced that Cheeky Parade would embark on a tour called Cheeky Parade Nine Lives Tour ~Road to NY~, which would start in April in Japan and end on October 11, 2014, with a concert in New York, USA, their very first overseas concert.

On June 18, 2014, they released a mini-album titled Together.

2016–2017: Cheeky Parade II, line-up changes Edit

On June 6, 2016, Cheeky Parade released their second full album, Cheeky Parade II. On June 25 Yamamoto and Mariya went on a two year hiatus as they are studying aboard with GEM's Takeda Maya in LA. Sekine passed down the leadership to Suzuki Yuriya. On April 26, 2017 Cheeky Parade released their eighth single Shout along!

On May 19, 2017, Mirozogi Seran and Kodakari Momoka announced their withdrawal from the group through a statement on the group's official website[1]. The two girls' last activity was the "Cheeky Parade LIVE LIVE LIVE VOL5" at Shibuya WOMB on June 9, 2017. The group continues as a 5 member group with two members (Marin and Mariya) still on hiatus.

On September 2 and 3, 2017, Cheeky Parade performed at JAPAN EXPO IN THAILAND.

2018 Edit

On April 12, 2018 Cheeky Parade announced they will disband July 31, 2018. [2].

MembersEdit

Hiatus

Former Members Edit

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Studio album
Mini album

SinglesEdit

Indies single
Major singles
  1. [2013.01.09] BUNBUN NINE9'
  2. [2013.04.10] C.P.U!?
  3. [2013.09.04] Mugendai Shoujo A
  4. [2014.12.03] CANDY POP GALAXY BOMB !! / Kizuna PUNKY ROCK !!
  5. [2015.07.15] M.O.N.ST@R / Colorful Starlight
  6. [2016.02.24] SKY GATE
  7. [2016.09.07] Hands up!
  8. [2017.04.26] Shout along!

TriviaEdit

  • Their name is often abbreviated to Chikipa (チキパ).

References Edit

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