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Eve (いぶ), formerly known as Keitora (けいとら) and Kurowa (クロわ), is an utaite known for his very distinctive thin, boyish voice, which despite being slightly nasal in tone is very gentle and nice-flowing. His voice is usually described as being shota-like or "cute", however he can also sing in a more uncharacteristically rough manner, as seen in parts of his cover of "Headphone Actor"Nv. He generally sings in a deeper mid-range voice Read more on Last.fm
Eve (いぶ), formerly known as Keitora (けいとら) and Kurowa (クロわ), is an utaite known for his very distinctive thin, boyish voice, which despite being slightly nasal in tone is very gentle and nice-flowing. His voice is usually described as being shota-like or "cute", however he can also sing in a more uncharacteristically rough manner, as seen in parts of his cover of "Headphone Actor"Nv. He generally sings in a deeper mid-range voice, but tends to shift registers to a slightly higher range when necessary, such as in his cover of "Nakimushi Robot" He first started uploading covers in April 2009 at the age of 13, however his first cover as "Eve", "TRAGIC BOY" Nv, was uploaded in October 2009. Prior to this, he had gone by two different names, Kurowa and Keitora, before finally settling on his current name.

Most of his covers from 2009 have since been either deleted or set to private with few exceptions; somewhat unusually, his Mylists divide his uploads by the year they were uploaded. Though he mostly sings VOCALOID songs from a variety of genres, he is also known to be a fan of indie and folk rock, having covered songs by the bands Galileo Galilei and RADWIMPS. Aside from covering songs, he himself is one of the lead singers for the Japanese indie band einie, alongside Natsushiro Takaaki; he also composes songs and writes lyrics for the band. In addition to vocals, he also plays the acoustic guitar, and has accompanied his singing a few times with his own acoustic arrangements; an example of this would be his cover of the RADWIMPS song "37458"Nv. He also serves as an extra guitarist on some of einie's songs. He has participated in several live events since his debut, and has also been featured in a remarkable number of the utaite-centric magazines Utattemita no Hon and 2.5Song MATE.[3] Eve has also worked as a guest seiyuu. In Mecha-Ude, he cameos as a classmate of one of the protagonists.

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