Circus-P (formerly Doofus-P (デュファスＰ) or matt9five) is a young western producer. Some of his original works have appeared on Vocaloid Rankings. He has also created a few UTAU voice banks such as Chii and Aido. Unlike many producers, he draws his own art most of the time.
On May 4, 2011, Circus-P deleted many of his Youtube videos. Later, he closed his accounts on sites such as YouTube and DeviantArt. It was confirmed that these sudden actions were made because he had admitted to using POCALOID and wanted a hiatus for maturity. Circus-P eventually reactivated his DeviantArt account, made a new YouTube account with a humorous username, and is currently uploading videos using legal software.
Because of his POCALOID incident, many users still believe he is using them still even today. However, that was proven wrong, since he had posted a picture of all of his owned VOCALOIDs on Twitter.
The creation of the song was to poke some fun at Vocaloid horror songs, which usually have a noticeable theme of bleak locations, unnamed characters who are described by appearance, and distorted music. (Note: The original YT URL was taken down.)
This song is a successful attempt at creating a modern day "pop" song.
Circus-P's first original song to be sung in Japanese and is one of his most famous works (Note: The original YT URL was taken down; link is a re-upload on one of his new accounts.) It also became associated with the fanmade Hetalia RPG game, HetaOni, which is based off of the Japanese horror game, Ao Oni.
Lie is the first song in the series, sung by Luka. The song is about Luka's conflicting feelings towards GUMI, with part of her trying to convince herself that she has no feelings for GUMI anymore, while the other half of her still loves her.
I (Love) was the second song, sung by V3 GUMI (Whisper). In the song, GUMI is aware of Luka's conflicted feelings, talking about how no matter how pointless it seems, she won't let anybody take Luka from her.