In 1997, F.O.H. founding members, Hiro, Arata, and Yutaka formed a pioneering Japanese male R&B group, which lead to their major label release as “F.O.H” in 1999. Despite being in a world where male R&B groups are not very common, F.O.H. has established a reputation with their groundbreaking performances bringing together and introducing R&B music to the Japanese audience. F.O.H.’s work has also extended into Japanese motion picture soundtracks such as “Casino Drive” in MUSCLE HEAT, “I Believe” in RYOUKI TEKINA KANOJO (Sassy Girl), and “Namidano Kazudake” in SENGOKU JIEITAI 1549.