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Rayko is a Tokyo born Los Angeles based composer, vocalist, and a multi instrumentalist . She has not stopped writing since the very first pop piano composition at the age of 5. Her library now consists with 100’s of published and or ready to be published materials, in styles anywhere from ABBA to ZAPPA.
Rayko’s music gallery https://soundcloud.com/rayko-official
Rayko’s recent work includes – “Until We Meet Again” on “The Man in The High Castle” Season 1 Eoisode 2. “Sumidagawa” on “The Man in The High Castle” Season 2 Eoisode 3. “Forgiveness” ending theme on “The Wolves of Saving Hill” featuring Kurt Fuller (Pursuit of Happiness, Supernatural), and late Michael Massee (Spiderman 2)
Rayko is known as the “Emotional Conduit”. She projects her experiences on to musical canvas as the painter starts to draw what’s in front of them without skipping a beat. When Rayko sees and or hears anything that touches her emotionally the vision becomes so clear to her she will sketch out the entire song in a matter of minutes. Her unique work ethics traveled by words of mouth. And her work ethics came in handy on some of her work such as the recent collaboration with the Grammy winning producer/engineer Isha Erskine came through. Rayko was given only a few days to write the lyrics and main melodies to two tracks sent by Mr. Erskine, record and deliver. Both of the sons ended up finding a home at Epitome Publishing. http://www.epitomemusic.com/
Growing up, Rayko was constantly influenced by multi genre of music. Rayko’s sister was heavily into rock, pop, classical music…from US and Europe, and their parents held monthly, in-home, Jazz concerts throughout her childhood. Rayko knew her calling for her life way before starting elementary school, and she moved to US at a very young age to pursuit her dream.
Rayko has personally trained by an amazing vocal teachers such as Ron Anderson. She learned to use her voice as the main instrument. Her vocal technique consists of Pop, metal, death metal, opera, Japanese Enka, classical, jazz, and even cross over country. Other instruments Rayko plays are piano, guitar, and some drums. She is currently learning Koto and electric violin, to further expand her horizon as a musician.
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