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Nakayama Yuma w/B.I.Shadow
(中山優馬 w/B.I.Shadow)
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Nakayama Yuma w/B.I.Shadow, 2010


Tokyo, Japan


J Pop

Years active



Johnny's Entertainment

Associated acts



Nakayama Yuma
Kochi Yugo
Nakajima Kento
Kikuchi Fuma
Matsumura Hokuto

Nakayama Yuma w/B.I.Shadow (中山優馬 w/ B.I.Shadow, Nakayama Yūma wizu Bī Ai Shadō) is a J-pop group under Johnny's Entertainment, made up of five members. Their name is the second to be put directly into the group name after Tackey & Tsubasa and are also the second to have both Johnny's Jr. and Kansai Jr. together in the one group after NEWS.



Yuma Nakayama[]

Nakayama was a Kansai Johnny's Jr. member. He was in many Junior group such as Top Kids and Hey! Say! 7 WEST. His first acting in a drama was in 2008. He played the lead role in the drama Battery. In 2009 he acted in Samurai Tenkosei, also as the main character. When he acted as the main character for the third time, it was announced that he would make a debut as a member of Nakayama Yuma w/ B.I.Shadow. He also was in the show Koishite Akuma, as Ruka-kun, aka Ayumu, as the main role as a vampire who falls in love with a mortal, Rosa Kato.


In 2008 B.I.Shadow was formed as a Johnny's Jr. group. At that time the members were: Nakajima Kento, Kikuchi Fuma, and Takahata Misaki. During that year, they acted in the drama Scrap Teacher. In March 2009, Matsumura Hokuto joined the group during a Hey! Say! 7 concert. On May 27, 2009, Takahata suddenly quit Johnny's , because of his studies. Later in the same year Yugo Kochi joined Johnny's and was put in the group shortly after his audition. On June 4, 2009, it was announced B.I.Shadow would debut with Yuma Nakayama as Yuma Nakayama w/B.I.Shadow.

Nakayama Yuma w/ B.I.Shadow[]

They were created on June 3, 2009 and their debut single "Akuma na Koi / NYC" was released on July 15, 2009 June 7, 2009 Yuma Nakayama w/ B.I.Shadow, Yamada Ryosuke and Chinen Yuuri of Hey! Say! JUMP united to form NYC Boys to be this year's supporters for the Women's Volleyball World Grand Prix