TOKYO — Dreams Come True, an act that has sold more than 22 million CDs through Sony Music Japan since it debuted in March 1989, is leaving the label.

Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) failed to re-pact the three-member group when its contract expired last September and will no longer produce its new CDs or tapes.

Dreams Come True, fronted by vocalist Miwa Yoshida, is among the top pop music acts in Japan and Yoshida is considered to be one of the most distinctive talents in the domestic pop industry. Yoshida earlier this year graced the cover of the Japanese edition of Time when the magazine dubbed her one of “the divas of pop.”

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