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Yuuri‘s single “Dryflower,” released in October 2020, is the No. 1 song on Billboard Japan‘s year-end Japan Hot 100 tally. The track topped the mid-year chart and maintained momentum throughout the second half of the year, hovering in the top 10 since the chart dated Nov. 25, 2020.
The 27-year-old singer-songwriter has consistently released singles this year, from “Infinity,” featured as the ending theme of the anime series SK8 the Infinity, to “Betelgeuse,” written as the theme for the Japanese drama series Super Rich. Billboard Japan spoke to Yuuri about his progress in 2021, a year of great strides for the rising hitmaker.
Your song “Dryflower” is the 2021 Billboard Japan Hot 100 of the Year, following its reign over the mid-year tally. Could you share how you feel about this accomplishment?
I never imagined it would be No. 1 for the whole year, so I’m genuinely surprised. It’s a really important song for me, so I’m very happy that it’s reached so many people.
You’ve been releasing new songs consistently this year, from “Infinity” to “Betelgeuse.” Did the success of “Dryflower” inspire or influence your songwriting?
I wasn’t influenced in any specific way, but I do think that I’ve got more than just “Dryflower” up my sleeve. The other songs are also good in my opinion, so I considered how I could make them reach a wider audience.
Honestly though, when I write songs, I start off by being conscious of writing something that “reaches more people,” but end up just filling the song with the feelings I want to convey when I actually begin the songwriting process.
“Dryflower” was released in October 2020 and has remained in the upper ranks of the charts for over a year. What do you think is the reason why this song has been loved for such a long time?
Hard one! [Laughs] In my mind, it’s got a melody that isn’t too challenging and anyone can sing it, so that might be one of the reasons. Also, when I record songs, I think of the people who will listen to them, so I guess that might have something to do with it, too. It’s difficult to put into words.
What you just said about it having a “singable” melody, is this something that you always keep in mind when writing songs in general?
Yes. I think that the songs I write should be the ones I like the most. It goes without saying that I write and sing songs to deliver them to others, but I try to put out music that I personally really like, so that I don’t end up thinking stuff like, “I should have done this” or “that might have been better” and regretting it.