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 songs are set to private.
Yuu has a nasal, voice. When singing in deeper ranges, such as in his "Yobanashi Deceive"Nv, it sounds chilling and boyish and childish-sounding. 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).
However his voice can also sound thin high and even feminine such as in the chorus insert at the beginning of "WORLD'S END UMBRELLA"Nv. He often uses his higher voice for chorus or serifu inserts. When singing in a high range and at the same time putting in some more power, his voice gets shaky easily, such as in his "Gaikotsu Gakudan to Lilia"Nv.
His voice is noted to fit perfectly to creepy-sounding songs such as "Musunde Hiraite Rasetsu to Mukuro"Nv. However he sings songs of a variety of genres, ranging from hit songs such as "Matryoshka"Nv to fairly unknown songs such as "Jinsei Game"Nv; from upbeats songs like "Ura Omote Lovers"Nv over rock songs like "Shinitagari"Nv to slow paced songs such as "Orange"Nv.
He can also roll his tongue (巻き舌, makijita) as demonstrated in various covers e.g. in his cover of "Kowloon Retro"Nv.
Yuu doesn't collaborate with other utaite, but used to be part of Senkou Metro ad is now lead vocalist of Doctrine-Doctrine, where he provided the illustrations and vocals for the albums. He also sometimes does illustrations for his own covers such as his "Unhappy Refrain"Nv.
He also rarely does VOCALOID originals, starting with "Akki Azami Uta"Nv featuring GUMI.
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