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A sample of a cover song by Yuuyu
"Lost One no Goukoku", composed by Neru

Yuuyu (ゆうゆ) started as a producer, for which he's also more known for, but since late 2011, he has also began covering songs as an utaite. He has a nice, higher mid-ranged voice, and his covers are often tagged with "anyhow ikemen" (どうせイケメン, douse ikemen).

The most prominent songs he composed, are "Shinkai Shoujo" and "Tengaku".

His first covered song was "Karappo no Manimani"Nv.gif which gained 21K views, and his most popular cover is of "[Lost One no Goukoku]"Nv.gif with around 90K views as of July 2016.

Other than producing and covering songs, he also makes arrangements, mixes and illustrates.

For more information about Yuuyu as a producer, please visit his article here on the VOCALOID wiki.

Affiliations and Collaboration Projects[edit | edit source]

  1. TRIBUTE TO 164 (Released on October 21, 2015)

List of Covered Songs[edit | edit source]

  1. "Karappo no Manimani" Nv.gif (At the Mercy of Emptiness) (2011.11.21)
  2. "Domino Taoshi" Nv.gif (Domino Effect) (2011.11.25)
  3. "Bakemono Uchuu" Nv.gif (Monster Universe) (2011.12.14)
  4. "Rokuchounen to Ichiya Monogatari" Nv.gif (Six Trillion Years and Overnight Story) (2012.04.26)
  5. "Nisemono Chuuihou" Nv.gif (Counterfeit Warning) (2012.06.13)
  6. "Totemo Itai Itagaritai" Nv.gif (Hurting for a Very Hurtful Pain) feat. Yuuyu and Perumo (2012.07.17)
  7. "Koufuku na Shi wo" Nv.gif (A Happy Death) (2012.09.11)
  8. "Setsuna Plus" Nv.gif (Momentary Plus) (2013.04.11)
  9. "Lost One no Goukoku" Nv.gif (The Lost One's Weeping) (2013.04.17)
  10. "Sayonara Retro New World" Nv.gif (Goodbye Retro New World) (self-cover) (2013.04.29)
  11. "How-to Sekai Seifuku" Nv.gif (How-to World Domination) feat. Yuuyu and Perumo (2013.05.25)
  12. "Yotsuya-san ni Yoroshiku" Nv.gif (2013.07.26)
  13. "Psycho" Nv.gif (2015.04.05)

Discography[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Yuuyu as seen in his Twitter

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His name is misleading, because it's a female name.
  • He lives in Kanagawa.[citation needed]

External Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit source]

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