Super Fly (film), a 1972 blaxploitation film
Super Fly (soundtrack), a 1972 Curtis Mayfield soundtrack to the film
"Superfly" (song), the album's title track
"Super Fly" (Giant Panda song), a 2005 single by Giant Panda
"Superfly", a song by 4 Non Blondes on their only album Bigger, Better, Faster, More!
"Superfly", a song on The O.C. Supertones' sixth album Hi-Fi Revival
Superfly (band) (born 1984), Japanese rock unit, formerly a duo
Superfly (Superfly album), the rock unit's debut self-titled album
Frank "Superfly" Lucas (born 1930), Harlem crime figure and inspiration for the film American Gangster
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Super Fly (wrestler) (born 1987), Mexican professional wrestler
Superfly (company), a marketing company in the United States
Super flyweight, a weight division in professional boxing
MX Superfly, a motorcross racing game released in 2002
Superfly, a recurring character in the Joe Cartoon franchise
Superfly Johnson, a character from the failed video game Daikatana
Shiho Ochi ( , Ochi Shiho) met Kichi Tabo ( , Tabo Kichi) in 2003 while they were students at Matsuyama University. They were both members of a music circle that covered songs by Finger 5 and the Rolling Stones. In 2004, the group formed the blues band "Superfly", naming themselves after Curtis Mayfield's song "Superfly". The group disbanded in 2005, with only Ochi and Tabo remaining when they went to Tokyo to seek out a label.
After a battle between recording labels, the duo debuted on Warner Music Group with their 2007 single "Hello Hello". This was followed by their Shibuya, Tokyo, Apple Store performance and the subsequent EP Live from Tokyo. On November 8, 2007, a few months after their second single "Manifesto" was released, Kichi Tabo announced on their website that he stopped appearing on the stage to concentrate on composing the songs. Besides being active behind the scenes as Superflys composer & arranger, Tabo has also written music for artists such as Charice Pempengco, Mai Fukui, Yuna Ito, Maaya Sakamoto, BECCA, Saki Fukuda, and Asia Engineer. Later that month on November 28, 2007, Superfly released a single in collaboration with the Australian band Jet, titled "I Spy I Spy".
Superfly's debut album Superfly was released on May 14, 2008, topping the Japanese Oricon weekly album charts for two weeks. The release of the album was also celebrated with a free concert at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo. Following its release, Ochi, who has a great admiration for Janis Joplin, was given the chance to travel to San Francisco in 2008 where she travelled through Haight-Ashbury and met up with Sam Andrew of Big Brother and the Holding Company as part of a documentary titled Following the Steps of Janis on Music On! TV. Ochi also counts Carole King, Maria Muldaur, and the Rolling Stones as some of her other favorite artists. In June and July, Superfly did a national tour titled the Rock'N'Roll Show 2008 Tour