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This page is about the utaite, not to be confused with the 40mP song Jenga.
A sample of a cover song by Jenga "Sennen no Dokusouka", composed by yanagiP
Jenga (ジェンガ) is an utaite who started covering song back in May 2008, but covers songs very irregularly. He is thought to have a mid-range voice.
However, his range is actually fairly wide, as he is also a "ryouseirui" and he can hit high notes well, as seen in his cover of "Anata ni Hana wo, Watashi ni Uta wo", but at the same time can go quite low, as to be seen in his "Seeker".
To keep the "illusion", he often covers songs in a male and female voice in turns and sings about as many songs in his male voice as his female voice. His most viewed cover is of "Fire◎Flower" with 141K views as of April 2013, where he also sings in a high voice.
Aside from that, he is known for frequently taking the background music of a song and replacing it with another song while keeping the original lyrics, an example being his "Senbonzakura" cover, where he kept the lyrics of Senbonzakura but sang to the background music of 1925.
He also likes to participate in collaborations and is in a chorus group called "Rockinoids".