One Piece Red teams up with Attack on Titan composer for new music video

Ado released many songs to create even more hype for the new One Piece movie. Now, One Piece Red teamed up with the The attack of the Titans composer for a new music video.

More specifically, the One Piece Movie: Red the song “Tot Musica” is composed by Hiroyuki Sawano of Attack on Titan and performed by Ado. The music video for the song was uploaded recently on Teen Official YouTube Channel.

As one of today’s best-known anime music composers, Sawano once again did a great job for this new song. CanOn is also part of the team, which wrote the song’s lyrics.

In case you’re unfamiliar, Sawano is a seasoned Japanese composer who has created scores for a wide range of anime, including The attack of the Titans, kill her kill her, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicornand more.

For the music video, the film also called on talented artists to produce it, including WOOMA who directed and illustrated the video.

Tot Musica is among Ado’s many songs for the film. In case you missed his announcement, Ado is the singing voice of Uta, the film’s main character. Meanwhile, Uta’s speaking voice is Kaori Nazuka.

One Piece Movie: Red is the fifteenth feature film in the franchise, and it follows Luffy and the Straw Hat Crew as they head to Uta’s concert.

Uta is the most popular singer in the world, although she is also revealed to be the daughter of the legendary pirate Shanks.

In addition to being the central character of the film, Uta is also important for being the first canon A play character in years.

New A play was released in Japanese cinemas on August 6, 2022. Shortly after its premiere, the film became the franchise’s highest-grossing film of all time. He achieved this feat in just 10 days.

Fans in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and other countries can watch the film in cinemas in fall 2022.

Related: One Piece Red Producer on what sets it apart from other One Piece movies

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