As of October 2007, Matsuda has released an impressive 45 full length albums and 64 singles.
In 1990, Matsuda tried to break into the North American music market and produced an english self-titled album. Although her album received little attention, she finally got noticed after recording "The Right Combination", a duet with Donnie Wahlberg, former New Kids on the Block singer.
Matsuda is a lawful permanent resident of the United States of America and is fluent in both Japanese and English.
Matsuda's daughter, Sayaka, is involved with Kitano Masato, the guitarust from the band Day After Tomorrow.
Matsuda has been in her profession of music for over 20 years.
Matsuda works under the Sony music label.
Matsuda has played parts in 4 American movies.
Matsuda's dinner show tickets cost more than that of any female artist.
In July 2006, Sony released a deluxe box set containing 55 cds, 860 songs, and 80 hours of time play as a tribute to Matsuda's career.
Matsuda is widely recognized as one of the most influential artists in the history of the J-Pop industry.
Matsuda holds the titles of Most Top 10 singles and Most Top 10 albums.
Matsuda's record for the most #1 singles by a female singer was broken on March of 2006 by Ayumi Hamasaki's 26th chart-topping single, Startin'.
The ticket prices for Matsuda's shows are known to be quite expensive.
Matsuda played the part of an Asian tourist in the 1997 film Armageddon.
Matsuda has received more news coverage and publicity than any other person in the history of Japan.
Two books on Matsuda Seiko have been published.
Matsuda has a daughter who is a singer herself and goes by the name of SAYAKA.
Matsuda was married to actor Masaki Kanda from 1985 to 1997.