Hirai Momo Biography
(Japanese Singer, Rapper and Member of South Korean Girl Group ‘Twice’)
Birthday: November 9, 1996 (Scorpio)
Born In: Kyotanabe, Kyoto, Japan
Hirai Momo, also popular as just Momo, is a Japanese singer and dancer. She is best known as a member of the K-pop group, ‘Twice,’ where she performs as the main dancer, supporting vocalist, and sub-rapper. Extremely talented, Momo began dancing at the age of three, following in the footsteps of her elder sister. She also started singing at this age and got into K-pop music after watching Lee Hyori and Rain. She then went on to participate in the reality TV show ‘Sixteen’ and later joined ‘Twice’. Since then, Momo has released a number of songs. She has also appeared in numerous music videos, the popular ones being GOT7’s "Stop Stop It” and Park Jin Young’s "Fire," featuring Conan O'Brien, Jimin Park, and Steven Yeun. Behind the scenes, Momo is a down-to-earth woman. She is humble and hardworking. Even though her parents did not like her career choice initially, they eventually decided to support her ambitions.