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General Information

Origin

Japan

Genre(s)

J-pop

Years active

2008–present

Agency

UP-FRONT KANSAI (2011-2016)

Associated acts

Lovelys

Members

Sayaka
Kokoro

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Yes Happy!, 2014

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Yes Happy!, 2013

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Yes Happy! is a Japanese pop duo formerly managed by UP-FRONT KANSAI. It was formed in 2008, but became active in 2011 when the unit was added to UP-FRONT KANSAI. The group consists of Sayaka, the leader, and Kokoro, the sub-leader. Together they perform most commonly in shopping centers and live halls in the Kansai area.

Yes Happy! mostly covers idol songs, especially from Hello! Project.

MembersEdit

HistoryEdit

2008Edit

The group was formed in 2008 with Sayaka and Kokoro. During this time, they'd only participate in activities once in a while.

2011Edit

In 2011, Yes Happy! joined UP-FRONT KANSAI. There, they began operations in full swing as a two-member unit from Shimane Prefecture.

2012Edit

In August, their first original song "Yes Happy Day!!!" was performed in public.

In September, their second original song "Ne!" was performed in public.

2013Edit

In 2013, Yes Happy! formed a three-member group with soloist Miyazaki Rio named Lovelys!!!! as a result of their joint lives together.[2] While in the group, Kokoro and Sayaka continued their Yes Happy! activities and were still often credited as Yes Happy! at lives and events.

2016Edit

On August 9, Kokoro and Sayaka announced their graduation from Lovelys!!!! on September 25 to focus more on their activities as Yes Happy!.[2] Following their graduation from Lovelys!!!!, the duo left UP-FRONT KANSAI.

DiscographyEdit

SinglesEdit

Mini AlbumsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Both members are from Shimane, Japan.
  • Their name is often shorted as IeHapi (イエハピ or いえはぴ).

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Lovelys!!!!メンバー紹介" (in Japanese). UP-FRONT KANSAI Channel (via YouTube). 2015-09-05.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Lovelys!!!!に関する大事なお知らせ" (in Japanese). Yes Happy! Official Blog. 2016-08-09.

External LinksEdit

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