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おまえと考えた by Hiroya Ueyama: Thinking With You

Thinking With You or おまえと考えた by HIROYA UEYAMA music single cover art


“おまえと考えた” which translates to English as “Thinking With You” by Hiroya Ueyama is a breath of fresh air in the contemporary music scene. It’s a welcome respite from the challenges of everyday life, offering a sanctuary where you can find solace and joy.

Ueyama’s brilliance shines through in his ability to draw inspiration from legendary songwriters like Bob Dylan and John Mellencamp. All the while simultaneously infusing his music with a distinctly modern touch. His voice carries a depth and charisma reminiscent of these icons. Yet it is uniquely his own, resonating with a raw authenticity.

 HIROYA UEYAMA Omae to Kangaeta

The upbeat tempo and uplifting message have an almost magical power to lift your spirits and bring a smile to your face. Moreover, the song’s interpretation beautifully highlights the essence of Japanese culture and artistic expression.

The production quality of “Thinking With You / おまえと考えた” is simply outstanding. Each instrument is meticulously placed in the mix, allowing it to breathe and add its own distinct voice to the overall soundscape. The result is a rich, layered sound that envelops you from all sides, immersing you in the music.


But perhaps the most captivating aspect of this song is its rhythm. The rhythmic cadence is simply irresistible. Compelling you to tap your feet, nod your head, or even break into a spontaneous dance. It’s the kind of infectious groove that gets under your skin and refuses to let go, leaving you craving for more.

Ueyama’s Uplifting Song Connects All

“おまえと考えた” is a testament to Ueyama’s talent and passion, reminding us of the power of music to uplift, inspire, and bring people together.

Whether you’re a seasoned music aficionado or a casual listener, this song has the potential to “wow!” you. It’s a musical experience that transcends language barriers and cultural divides, speaking directly to the universal human experience of finding joy and meaning in the simple moments of life.

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