Reol (れをる) is a composer and utaite, known for working with GigaP and Okiku. The trio usually produces different types of works, such as music videos and songs. After working with each other for a while, they created the unit group RΞOL in 2015, which focused mainly on such works as stated before. Some of the works the group had created are, "Give Me A Break Stop Now" and "YoiYoi Kokon". Although the group has since disbanded due to creative differences , all three are still in contact and are working individually on their own projects.
Reol's singing is said to be high-pitched, raspy, strong, and unique. She can sing in low and high notes, as well as change the strength of her voice in many songs. Her singing techniques also vary throughout her different songs. Frequently, she autotunes her vocals to fit some of the songs. Not only that, she also adds a lot of different vocal effects to further enhance the sound of her voice to match a lot of the electronic songs that she covers. Such as:"Mono Poisoner" and "Red·Purge" .
Her first cover was "Yurufuwa Jukai Girl" which was posted on June 20, 2012. The cover has over 900K+ views on YouTube as of February 2020. Her most popular work is "LUVORATORRRRRY!" , featuring nqrse which has over 52 million views as of February 2020. It was also a collaborative song with GigaP in which she wrote the lyrics. The two have been frequent collaborators on many songs, and still continue to work together as not only songwriter and lyricist, but also as singer and mixer.
Reol is also known for skills at drawing, as she illustrated the PV for her cover of "Shinkai City Underground" . She often shows her drawing and design in her "Secret Society L". She also can illustrate her own goods.
As of January 9th, 2018, she has signed to VICTOR ENTERTAINMENT as a solo singer and songwriter. She has an official website and fan club called "Secret Society L". She sang the OP and ED of Soutai Sekai, the OP of Fight League: Gear Gadget Generators and the second ending of Major 2nd.
She uses a Shure BETA 58A microphone for everyday use, and a BETA 87A for recording. She also uses a Roland UA-55 audio interface, Cubase and FL Studio software, and an Audio Technica M-50 pair of headphones.
Her favorite food is beef, while her favorite drink is the Green Tea Frappuccino at Starbucks. 
She also really likes nasu no agebitashi (なすの揚げ浸し “deep-fried eggplant in light broth”), salad (サラダ) and jagaimo no shouyuni (じゃがいもの醤油煮 “boiled potatoes in a starchy soy sauce”).
She really likes tomato juice as shown in a picture on her Instagram.
According to Soraru, in his official Line account "Reol has a sharp tongue but she has a cute side too."
When her fans asked which one she prefers dogs or cats, she replied that she really likes both but "Maybe for now, I prefer dogs because many people are saying cats look like me a lot."
Reol said right before she goes on stage, she goes off alone somewhere and meditates in a small place and hugs or pats her friend on the back to cheer herself up.
Reol said in her live streaming that she had no luck with her iPhone because she always broke it.
Reol says the hardest thing was showing her face as she dislikes being photographed, fake people, and a photo of her that was posted without permission.
Reol said that she got all her ambitions from her inferiority complex.
According to Okiku and GigaP, Reol is an antisocial and mysterious person but in reality she can be sociable and cheerful. Cold on the outside but warm on the inside.
Reol has the most constrasting onstage and offstage personalities. Onstage, Reol has a cool, strong and fierce vibe, while in real life, she is playful, mischievous and adorable.
What Reol loves the most is her sleep time, leather jacket, and winter.
She started using the name "Reol" rather than her real name because she wanted to be someone other than herself but also she liked the name "Reol".
She mentioned that the reason behind naming the club "Secret Society L" was that "L" stands for Listeners (also the "left hand"), while her initials "R" stands for the "right hand", so both hands (left and right) work together.
She met Giga and Okiku while listening to their works online. She was really interested and liked both Giga and Okiku's creations and wanted to contact them. Since then, the three have become close friends.