Diva (Korean: 디바) was a South Korean hip-hop girl group that debuted in 1997 with members Chae Ri-na, Vicky, and Ji Ni. After the release of the group's first two albums, Funky Diva (1997) and Snappy Diva (1998), Ji Ni left the group and was replaced by new member Lee Min Kyoung. After the release of the group's third album Millennium (1999), Chae Ri-na left the group and Ji Ni re-joined.
Design Diva was formed in 2004 and is run by Lahsen Benlahsen and Natalie Kight.
DIVINE-DIVA is Umetora's first album. It contains 10 tracks featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, GUMI, Megurine Luka and IA. A crossfade of the album can be viewed on Nico Nico Douga. Albums featuring Hatsune Miku. Albums featuring Kagamine Rin. Albums featuring Megurine Luka. Albums featuring GUMI.
Diva released their second album titled Snappy Diva in the summer of 1998 with singles titled Why are you calling and Joy. Their single Why are you calling was also popular peaking at number 1 at music charts. Their single Joy was also popular. Their second album sold over 240,000 copies. Third album, English album and line-up changes. Diva released their third album titled Millenium with singles Yo Yo and Like This To The Right in 1999. Their single Yo Yo peaked at number 3 in music charts and was also popular. Their third album sold over 100,000 copies.
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Daisuki + Daikirai Daisuki! (大スキ＋大キライ＝大好き！) (Umeda Ayaka, Miyazawa Sae). WOW WAR TONIGHT ~Toki ni wa Okoseyo Movement~ (時には起こせよムーヴメント) (H Jungle with t cover). Hitori Omoi (一人想い) (Akimoto Sayaka, Masuda Yuka). Mousou Cinderella (妄想シンデレラ) (Inoue Yuina, Kasuya Satoko, Futami Yuuki, Furukawa Atsuko, Fukuno Ramu, Yamagami Ayaka). Type-A DVD Tracklist. Tsuki no Uragawa (Music Video). Lost the way (Music Video).