Densha as depicted by Yenasama
|Also known as||Den, Denny|
|Years active||2015 - present|
He covers both Japanese and English versions of various songs, preferably VOCALOID and Anime-based. His voice has a definite presence and can be described as clear and emotional, also having an edgy feeling to it. He's usually categorized as a bishounen due to how young he sounds in some covers. However his voice can also reach some level of ikemen tone at points.
His voice is considered mainly Alto. Though he can reach high notes for his vocal range, as seen in the first seconds of his cover of GLIDE. His voice can be categorized as energetic, playful, and clear, having an indistinguishable tone of mischievious yet powerful vividness.
His former partner in collaboration with other youtaite Reoni, her soft, edgy, Bijin voice fitting perfectly with his Bishounen energy. They usually work together on rap versions of Vocaloid songs, an example being their cover of nqrse's version of Ifuudoudou .
His most popular cover is Again which recently reached 900+ views on Youtube.
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- He is a proficient pianist
- He loves to belt.
- Aside from singing, Densha is also a author, currently writing a Sword Art Online fanfiction called Striking Blades.
- He acquired the name "Densha" from watching a Japanese series called "Densha Otoko". That and his favorite anime is "Rail Wars". Densha literally means "Train", so he decided on it to honor both series.
- His favourite Utaites are Kradness, Reol, JubyPhonic, Akiakane, Soraru, 96Neko, and Hanatan
- His favorite Western artists are Ne-Yo, Usher, Logic, Childish Gambino, Linkin Park, Chance the Rapper, and many more.
- He is a forward for his high school's soccer team.
- He will sometimes do a small amount of voice acting at the beginning or end of his covers.
- He uses the honorific "pyon" in one of his nicknames. "pyon" is said to mean "Just Kidding!" and is usually not said loudly. So when he uses the nickname Den-pyon, it literally translates to "Den, just kidding!"