Justin Tokimitsu Nozuka is a Canadian singer-songwriter.
Nozuka began writing his own songs at age 12. The earliest of his songs on his debut effort Holly, Supposed to Grow Old and I’m in Peace, were written when he was 15. His musical influences stem from artists such as Lauryn Hill and Marvin Gaye.
In 2007, Nozuka released his debut album Holly. The album is named after his mother who helped and supported his chosen career in music. Hollyhas been released in Europe, Canada, Japan and the United States.
I have a passion for helping people. You can anonymously ask me for advice on anything (your concerns about your past, future, and absolutely everything in between) and I will do my best to answer your questions. If I feel as though it could potentially be detrimental to address your concerns (because though I am studying to one day be a psychologist, I am only a college student and not a professional in the least bit) I will not answer and will instead suggest you consult a professional therapist immediately. That being said, there are two things you should know about me: I am open-minded and I will never judge you. Ask away.
“A woman is a mystery a man just can’t understand
Sometimes all it takes to please her is the touch of your hand
And other times, you gotta take it slow
And hold her all night long
Heaven knows there are so many ways a man can go wrong
Must be doin’ something right
I just heard you sigh
Lean into my kiss and close those deep blue need-you eyes
Don’t know what I did to earn a love like this
But baby I must be doin’ somethin’ right”—"Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right" - Billy Currington
“How I know your face
All the ways you move
You come in, I can read you
You’re my favourite book
All the things you say
The way you shift your eyes
I never knew there was someone to make me come alive”—My Favourite Book - Stars (via rachierv)
“A true friend knows your weaknesses but shows you your strengths; feels your fears but fortifies your faith; sees your anxieties but frees your spirit; recognizes your disabilities but emphasizes your possibilities.”—William Arthur Ward
“Hey girl in the strobing light, what your momma never told ya is love hurts when you do it right, you can cry when you get older.
Young boy by the traffic light, what your daddy never told ya is love hurts when you do it right, you can cry when you get older.”—"Cry When You Get Older" - Robyn