Dragon Ball Super will be having their new ending theme which is set to replace the Yoka Yoka Dance. The new song will be the sixth ending theme from the time the popular Anime was released in 2015.
According to Kazenshuu, the Japanese rock band has announced on their official website that their upcoming single titled Chao Fan Music (Fried Rice Music) will be the sixth ending theme of Dragon Ball Super. The song is set to replace the Yoka Yoka Dance in October.
“Heya! I’m Arukara’s vocalist, Taisuke Inamura! It’s an honor that we’ve been selected for the next Dragon Ball Super ending. I wrote this song while reminiscing about when I used to watch anime back in elementary school. Thinking about it now, even to my young mind the Dragon Ball opening and ending themes were always full of excitement and mystery.” the Arukara’s vocalist posted on their official website.
Along with the Dragon Ball Super sixth ending theme, Japanese band Arukara will have a CD single release on November 23, 2016. This contains the latest opening theme for the third and fourth seasons of the Mysterious Joker anime television series, “Phantom Thief Miracle Boy 2”.
Dragon Ball Super premiered in Japan in July 2015 on Fuji TV and other channels. So far, the popular anime is set to release their 59th episode on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Dragon Ball Super is currently featuring the ‘Future Trunks Arc’, where two nemeses appeared – Zamasu and Goku Black.
Dragon Ball Super did not air last week as Akira Toriyama decided to have a one week break. The Chao Fan Music is expected to be released in the final episodes of the ‘Future Trunks Arc’.
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