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Hachioji P

Hachioji P

Disc Jockey

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Dubbed the "Prince of Vocaloid music" on Japan's popular video sharing site Nico Nico Douga, Hachioji P is a an internationally recognized music creator, remixer and DJ of Vocaloid music.

Hachioji P's songs "Sweet Devil" and "Electric Love" were made through a collaboration with MMD (Miku Miku Dance) and Producer Wakamura P and have a combined total view count of more than 8 million. A distinctive style in producing dance music-based electronic sounds and high-quality video instantly pushed Hachioji P into Vocaloid World's Hall of Fame.

Hachioji P's first major album, "Electric Love," debuted on the Oricon charts at no. 11 in 2012.

His growing popularity is evident as his works has been featured on shows such as NHK's Weekly News, Good Morning Japan and Mr. Sunday.

His success also spans to Taiwan, where his single "Sweet Devil" ranked 4th on the K-POP/J-POP Charts. Following this success, his release of "Electric Love" reached no. 3 on the K-POP/J-POP charts and no. 8 overall.

Hachioji P has also collaborated with famous creators such as kz of livetune, with whom he worked on the split single "Weekender Girl" and "Fake Doll," for the PlayStation Vita game "Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F."

More recently, he has been involved in producing work for vocalists such as Shoko Nakagawa and Hikari Shiina. He has also done arrangement work for Kikkawa Yuu, Mayu Watanabe (AKB 48) and Aya Hirano.

As a DJ, he has been featured at various concerts and conventions, including Rock in Japan Festival 2012 and 2013, and Countdown Japan 2012/2013.

Overseas, he has played at Italy's Lucca Comics and Games and Singapore's Anime Festival Asia as well. He has recently performed at Hawaii's Kawaii Kon, Mexico's Expo TNT, Australia's Vocaloid Night, and Korea's Animix.

Hachioji P released his newest album, "Twinkle World," from TOY'S FACTORY on August 27, 2014.

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