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Miyashita Yuu (宮下遊), or more commonly Yuu (遊) is an utaite, who has started covering songs in August 2008. However many of his early songs are set to private.
Yuu has a soft, husky voice. He puts lots of energy and personality into his covers, making them unique. When singing in deeper ranges, such as in his cover of "Autophagy", it sounds chilling and dark. His covers are often tagged with "daroi" (だろい) made up of the words "darui" (だるい, lit. sluggish) and "eroi" (えろい).
He sings in a variety of genres, ranging from hit songs like "Sand Planet ", fairly unknown songs such as "をどりあそばせ。", lively songs like "Callboy", rock songs such as "Roki", and slow-paced songs like "Unname".
Yuu doesn't collaborate with other utaite, but used to be part of Senkou Metro, where he provided the illustrations and vocals for the albums, and is now lead vocalist of Doctrine-Doctrine. He also sometimes does illustrations for his own covers such as his "Unhappy Refrain."
He also rarely does VOCALOID originals, starting with "Akki Azami Uta" featuring GUMI.
As of 2019, his most notable cover is that of Niru Kajitsu's "Wozwald" , with over 10 million views on Youtube and over 550,000 on Niconico. His most popular Niconico cover is is "Unknown Mother Goose" , with over 1 million views on both NND and YT.
Vocal Positives: He is able to sing in a variety of different styles to match the song that he is singing. His husky voice and range with notes fits perfectly with creepy/dark-themed songs, such as "Wozwald".
His voice is agile enough to jump 2 octaves higher in the middle of a song, notably in "Unknown Mother Goose".
His voice can also sound high and feminine, like in his cover of "Love Me, Love Me, Love Me". He often uses his higher range for chorus or serifu inserts. He has a powerful voice when singing in a high tone with force behind his vocals, particularly in "Kilmaa".
Vocal Negatives: Sometimes lacks power and volume.