A bit late today for those in my timezones, sorry. I also apologize if I haven't been replying to comments. Life is a needy boyfriend :). Anyway, it's better to be late than not post, right?LeleleP/れれれPmylist
LeleleP, or Yuu, is one of the youngest Vocaloid producers I know of, having started uploading songs when he was 16 years old (Feb 2008). He is just 18 years old now, a new high school graduate, and he already has 22 songs to be proud of. He was nameless when he first uploaded his work, Heta Len ka
, and just started using the name LeleleP when he uploaded his third work. Of course, you know by now that his producer name is from his Lenka (love songs) series (heta, ike, tsunde, mase, yande) which are also the reason why he's well-loved by Kagamine Len fans. These songs characterize different "Len" personalities, from clumsy to stubborn to violent.
LeleleP's music is encompassingly pop utilizing keyboards and synthesized instruments. His songs have repeated steady beats usually apparent in pop songs. His songs are almost always upbeat, no matter what the genre is. Despite not using real instruments or complicated arrangements, LeleleP manages to make each of his songs own a distinct, interesting melody. As his name implies, he mostly uses Len (and Rin) in his works, although he also uses KAITO, Miku and Luka. Most people would prefer his Len works over others, but I honestly think his tuning of Luka is pretty good (Rin, too). However, I give him the most credit for producing many varied personas of Len. Listening just to his Len ka series would give you the experience of his skills. :) If you are into pop and Len, you know which producer to follow :3. sample songs
• One Promise (Kagamine Len) nicovideo
• With... (Kagamine Len) nicovideo
• Harukaze Renbo (Megurine Luka) nicovideo
• La Fiesta (Kagamine Rin) nicovideo
• Lonely Runner (Kaito & Len) nicovideo
| youtubenikki says
LeleleP is one of my first favorite producers when I was new to the fandom because I was obviously biased towards Len songs. I find his songs refreshing, quite different from the dark Kagamine songs that used to frequent Nico Nico Douga (well, aside from Yande Lenka, maybe). He also utilizes the "pop" genre well and incorporates Japanese, Spanish, fantasy and other themes in his songs. My favorite songs from him would be the ones above, plus Mase Lenka and Yande Lenka.