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Birthday: October 27, 1978
Debuts as the keyboard of "day after tomorrow" in August 2002.
In the same year, "day after tomorrow" wins Japan Record Award's Best New Artist. In 2003, single "moon gate" that included "Starry Heavens", charted in Oricon Weekly Chart for 21 weeks, and resulted as a long run hit. As a member and one of the main composers, Suzuki wrote many tracks including several single tracks.
In August 2005, "day after tomorrow" suspended activity to musically reexamine their selves.
From 2006, along with composing, Suzuki also breaks in search for a new production stage, and attends various auditions and visits Asian countries to learn its music scenes. In the course of doing so, Suzuki certainly expanded his boarders to outside Japan; he contributed a track for an artist whom he discovered in China, and his track written for TVXQ (Tohoshinki) was also released in Korea. In the recent years, Suzuki has not only been making his household digital sounds, but also forged into R&B, and succeeded in producing some fresh tunes. Till now, Suzuki has energetically contributed tracks for many Japanese major artists like Kumi Koda, Tohoshinki, Shoko Nakagawa and TRF.