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|A sample of a cover song by Chalili|
"Sarishinohara" -Acoustic ver.-, composed by MikitoP
Chalili (茶理理) is a Chinese utaite who uploads her covers on Nico Nico Douga, YouTube and Bilibili.
She can be described to have a somewhat nasally but soothing and cute voice. She can sound boyish with a more nasal sound to fit the song, but she is also able to sing with a clearer voice to display a more feminine voice as seen in her cover of E? Aa, Sou." . She sings in Japanese and English fluently as seen in her acoustic cover of "Karakuri Pierrot". She covered various Chinese and American pop songs since she started singing and uploaded to various sites, but original uploads are currently only uploaded to her 5sing.
Her most popular cover is "About me" with more than 52K views on Nico Nico Douga 21K on YouTube and 326K on Bilibili as of October 2014.
List of Covered SongsEdit
- Chalili currently attends University of Southern California and she finished a 1 year exchange program at Waseda University in Japan from 2014-2015.
- Her home is in Changsha, China.
- She has been singing since 2008.
- She started learning Japanese in 2013.
- She took vocal training classes in her freshman year of college.
- She lived in Italy for some time during high school.
- She likes to listen to Lea Michele, LiSA, Kesha, and Becky G.
- She is the voice provider of Quadimension's first Chinese VOCALOID4, Stardust.
- ↑ Her Weibo profile
- ↑ Twitter post for Waseda 1 Year Program
- ↑ ask.fm post about her home
- ↑ ask.fm post about when she started singing
- ↑ ask.fm post about learning Japanese
- ↑ ask.fm post about taking vocal training classes
- ↑ ask.fm post about living in Italy
- ↑ ask.fm post about her favorite singers
- ↑ Stardust's voice provider