Crystal Kay Williams was born on 26 February 1986 in Yokohama. Her father was a bass guitar player from New Jersey. Her mom was a singer. Crystal’s parents introduced her to music very early and explained the importance of it. When she was just six years old, the artist debuted on TV in a commercial.
When the future celebrity was 12, she signed a contract with Epic Records. A year later, she released a debut single “Eternal Memories”. It sold 20,000 copies in Japan. When Crystal got a little older, she attended a private university where she met the singer Emily.
In high school, the girl paid special attention to studying English and French. It helped Crystal record songs in English. However, the majority of the lyrics she writes are in Japanese.
When Kay was 14 years old, she recorded a debut LP, C.L.L Crystal Lover Light. It reached the 60th spot on the Japanese Chart, Oricon, and sold 19,000 copies. It was a huge success for a teenager.