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A sample of a cover song by Enn
"Aku no Meshitsukai", composed by Mothy

Enn is a YouTube singer and translyricist. She maintains the rhyming property of the original lyrics without altering the song's flow. She sings with a British accent that closely matches the theme of the songs, although many people who are new to her channel can mistake her for actually being British.

She has a very wide voice range, from her masculine voice in 'Aku No Meshitsukai' to the high notes in 'Aku No Musume'.

Besides singing, she also enjoys writing fanfiction, and is currently involved in ericandy’s 30 Day OTP Challenge.

Her english covers of songs from the Aku no Monogatari series are very popular, with more than 50K views each. Her most popular of all is her English "Aku no Meshitsukai" with over 168K views on YouTube as of March 2014.

Enn asks that if you wish to contact her, please do so by her Tumblr or Twitter, as she finds it hard to rely to all her Youtube comments.

Affiliations and Collaboration ProjectsEdit

Member of Cafe Kuma [Chorus projects] with several other Cantonese singers.

List of Covered SongsEdit

  1. "magnet" -English ver.- (2010.12.23)
  2. "Aku no Musume" (Daughter of Evil) -English ver.- (2010.12.23)
  3. "Aku no Meshitsukai" (Servant of Evil) -English ver.- (2010.12.23)
  4. "Regret Message" -English ver.- (2010.12.23)
  5. "Renraku Mada" (Are You Calling Me Yet?) -English ver.- (2010.12.25)
  6. "Namae no Nai Uta" (A Song with No Name) -English ver.- (2011.06.19)
  7. "Cendrillon" -English ver.- (2011.07.17)
  8. "Karakuri Pierrot" (Mechanical Pierrot) (2011.07.24)
  9. (privates video)
  10. "magnet" -Cantonese ver.- feat Enn and Syaoran (2012.03.02)
  11. "Sayoko" -English ver.- (2012.06.06)
  12. "Akahitoha" -Cantonese ver.- (2012.07.13)
  13. "Himitsu ~ Kuro no Chikai ~" (Alluring Secret ~ Black Vow ~) -English ver.- (2012.07.14)
  14. "Melancholic" -English ver.- (2012.09.19)
  15. "Pierrot" -English ver.- (2012.10.09)
  16. "RIP=RELEASE" -English ver.- (2013.01.30)
  17. "irony" -English ver.- (2013.03.22)
  18. "Wrong Person" (2013.03.30)
  19. "Kasou Kyoku" (Cremation Song) -Cantonese ver.- (2013.04.27)
  20. "Guren no Yumiya" (Shingeki no Kyojin OP) -English ver.- (2013.09.05)
  21. "Shinzou Democracy" -Cantonese ver.- feat. Enn and Yuka (2014.02.01)
  22. "Ifuudoudou" (Pomp and Circumstance) -English ver.- (2014.05.13)
  23. "Unravel (Tokyo ghoul op)" -English ver.- (2014.8.25)
  24. "Shiro No Musume (Daughter of White)" -English ver.- (2015.3.6)
  25. "Karakuri Pierrot 'Clockwork Jester'" -English ver.- (2015.5.15)
  26. "Balerico" -Cantonese ver.- (2015.30.9)



Enn as seen on YouTube and twitter


  • As she said herself, there is "no standard accent for her" and she switches between an RP British accent and a standard American accent, and she rarely sings in her native Hong Kong accent.

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