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FURUTA & Dr. Lilcom

FURUTA & Dr. Lilcom

Composer
Career
FURUTA
FURUTA was born in 1987.
He was heavily influenced by 90s R&B music, which helped refine his tastes.
He underwent voice training in his teens, which later inspired him to compose music. FURUTA made his major debut as an artist in 2014 and a piece from his first work was selected as the theme song for a television commercial. Since then, he has continued composing songs for numerous television programs and movies. He has also com-posed for popular animation voice actors such as Mamoru Miyano and Yumi Uchida. FURUTA is making waves in the J-pop world as a topliner with talent for creating melo-dies and tunes that highlight the artist’s vocals.

Dr. Lilcom
Dr. Lilcom was born in 1988.
He started practicing the piano from an early age and got into music composition at the age of 15.
He was initially involved with the hip-hop music scene and later expanded into the J-pop world. He has created music for many games and animations, including The Seven Deadly Sins, Kuroko’s Basketball, IDOLM@STER, Ensemble Stars, and Kira Kira Happy Hirake!Cocotama. Although he has his roots in hip-hop, Dr. Lilcom works with a variety of sounds and genres.

Outstanding works

Title Artist Affiliation Notes
Soratobira Nogizaka46 theme song for the movie The Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky
Never Lose Tomohisa Yamashita theme song for the animation series Ace Attorney season 2

Performing artists

Artist Notes
SKE48 Kesenai Honoo
HKT48 Tomaranai Kanransha
Inori Minase Snow White
Tsukikura x Gekidan ALTAIR Kami Hikouki
Nogizaka46 Kyushamen
Mamoru Miyano Koisare Girl
Yumi Uchida Looook UP!!!
AKB48 Hajimari no Yuki
Nogizaka46 Yuutsu to Fuusen Gum
Keyakizaka46 Koko ni Nai Ashiato
Kira Kira Happy Hirake!Cocotama Himitsu no Kagi, Cocotama
Ensemble Stars Fight for Judge
Ensemble Stars Zutto Soba de
Kuroko’s Basketball We’re Just Moving
THE IDOLM@STER LIVE (co-arranged piece) Hitomi no Naka no Sirius