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A sample of a cover song by Paru
"Gravity=Reality", composed by samfree

Paru is a YouTube singer with a medium, upbeat and sharp voice.

His oldest cover on his account is "The Magnesium Rap", which displays the sharp and distinctive quality to his voice quite well, uploaded in 2010. However, he claims to have had an old account, and claims on his earliest listed fandub that they are merely reuploads from his covers in the past. His most popular solo cover is his Japanese cover of "Happy Synthesizer" and it has over 24K hits on YouTube as of June 2014. He has covered the song twice, once in Japanese, once English.

He uploads somewhat irregularly and has gained popularity despite having less covers than most YouTube singers. He most often covers VOCALOID, IDOLM@STER and anime songs, and most often sings in Japanese, but occasionally uploads covers in English. He wrote the English lyrics to his cover of "Perfect-Area Complete!" from the anime Baka to Test.

He mainly covers upbeat, cute songs, such as his cover of "Tsukema Tsukeru". However, he has on rare occasions strayed from this genre, for example in his cover of "Iroha Uta". Regardless of the genre, he displays a strong tone that makes his voice very distinct.

List of Covered SongsEdit

  1. "The Magnesium Rap" (2010.09.10)
  2. "Kiramekirari" (iDOLM@STER song) (2010.12.24)
  3. "THE iDOLM@STER" -2nd mix- (2011.01.10)
  4. "Iroha Uta" (2011.02.28)
  5. "Vanilla Salt" (Toradora! ED) (2011.03.11)
  6. "More-more LOVERS!!" (MM! ED) (2011.03.29)
  7. "The More You Ruv Someone" (Avenue Q song) (2011.04.08)
  8. "Good Day" (2011.04.21)
  9. "Happy Synthesizer" (2011.08.22)
  10. "START!!" (iDOLM@STER song) (2011.10.24)
  11. "Nemuri Hime" (iDOLM@STER song) (2011.12.04)
  12. "Gravity=Reality" (2011.12.27)
  13. "Renai Koujou Committee" (Baka to Test OP) (2012.02.05)
  14. "Nyanpite Taisou" (2012.02.19)
  15. "Hyadain no Kakakata☆Kataomoi-C" (Nichijou OP) feat. Paru and Ashe (2012.03.13)
  16. "FREELY TOMORROW" (2012.03.25)
  17. "PONPONPON" (2012.04.07)
  18. "Tsukema Tsukeru" (2012.04.08)
  19. "Monochrome" (2012.06.04)
  20. "Eureka Baby" (Baka to Test ED) (2012.07.03)
  21. "Happy Synthesixer" -English ver.- (2012.07.08)
  22. "Coloring" (Papa no Iu Koto wo Kikinasai! ED) (2012.07.28)
  23. "CANDY CANDY" (2012.08.02)
  24. "DoReMiFa Rondo" (2012.08.13)
  25. "I my me" (2012.09.20)
  26. "BLOW" (Ke$ha song) -Short ver.- (2012.12.04)
  27. "HEART AND SOUL" (iDOLM@STER song) (2012.12.18)
  28. "THE iDOLM@STER" -2nd mix English ver.- (2013.01.03)
  29. "WAVE" (2013.05.13)
  30. "Perfect-Area Complete!" (Baka to Test OP) (2013.08.24)
  31. "My Secret" (Kaichou wa Maid-sama! song) -English ver.- (2014.02.18)
  32. "only my railgun" (Toaru Kagaku no Railgun OP) -TV Size ver.- (2014.06.25)


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  • He stated in one of his earlier covers, "Iroha Uta", that he is friends with Razzy.
  • He grew up in Jersey and lives in Hinesville, Georgia.[1]
  • He has Korean roots.[1]

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