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【Ren】 as seen in Smiley*2G
|Japanese||【蓮】 (【Ren】, lit 【lotus】)|
|Also known as||喜多川蓮 (Kitagawa Ren, Smiley*2G)|
July 19, 1976 (age 40)
|NND sites|| NND user page|
mylist/11861665 (VOCALOID covers)
mylist/14532208 (other covers)
|Collab partner(s)||Dasoku, Mi-chan, that|
|A sample of a cover song by 【Ren】|
"World's End・Dancehall", composed by wowaka
【Ren】 (【蓮】) is an utaite who mainly covers VOCALOID songs, but sometimes also covers songs of other groups or singers like GReeeeN or KOH.
He has an extraordinary vocal range and the ability to sing in both high and low tones, fitting any genre well. He can sing heavy and dark songs like in his cover of "Leia" or light and quiet ones like in his cover of "Nee." .
His most popular single cover is "World's End・Dancehall" with over 1.2 million views and around 33K Mylists on as of October 2013.
Affiliations and Collaboration ProjectsEdit
List of Covered SongsEdit
|Released on January 01, 2015|
Illust. by Rinne (りんね)
At the end of May 2011, Mari-san, 【Ren】's girlfriend, had died in an accident. Eight days after the accident, he wrote on his Nico Nico Douga Community about her death and the torments she had endured from a fraction of his fans. But even though she was harassed, it didn't shake their relationship and Mari-san continued to support and encourage 【Ren】 to keep on singing. “No matter what happens, please don’t give up singing.”
- He often calls himself an "ossan", which is slang for a "old man".