Having been discovered at the talent TV show Asayan, Suzuki was one of the most popular female singers as an idol in the late 1990s.
However, in 2000 Suzuki faced legal problems with her management company resulting in a controversial blacklisting from the entertainment industry. While the public were unaware of the reason for her sudden disappearance and the Japanese mainstream media refused to cover the case, two international journalists exposed the details.
Suzuki attempted to resurrect her career under her own steam with two indie singles before signing to Avex Trax in 2005. She released "Delightful", a dance song that reached No. 3 on the Japanese Oricon charts with a style similar to electronic club music, significantly different from her pop idol days. She continued to release singles regularly with Avex until 2009, then concentrated on her acting career which is successful today.