Performing theme songs for anime franchise
He died on a Sunday in April; he was 42 and his close relatives held a private funeral service for him. As Japanese rock singer, provided the vocals for numerous songs throughout the Digimon series. Doing a solo presentation, in 2007 made his first show in Brazil. Under the name of Digimon Song Best of Koji Wada, a CD tribute that includes eleven his tracks was release in 2016. Observing its cover, you too can see features Angemon, Kōji Wada https://wikimon.net/Wada_Koji favourite character.
His major debut came in 1999, when he performed the theme a song for Digimon Adventure. In 2007, he made a live presentation in a manga festival event in Santiago, Chile. In order to deal with a metastasized cancer, in 2011 Kōji Wada https://www.discogs.com/it/artist/3125584-Koji-Wada announced that he was putting his career on hold. He died five years leater from complications relate to his desease. His last single was release five days prior to his death.
Even today, his Butter-Fly retains popularity both in Japan and abroad. In 2008, he released Ever, a mini-album that contains four songs composed and written by himself. His nickname was Immortal Butterfly Anisong Singer, ecause Kōji Wada https://jpop.fandom.com/wiki/Wada_Koji was best know for performing theme songs for Digimon anime television series. His latest work consisted of performing theme songs for the six-part sequel film series of Digimon Adventure.
Together with Butter-Fly, his husky singing voice continues to enchant fans of anime songs. Born in Fukuchiyama (Kyoto), into a 1974 January day, Kōji Wada https://anidb.net/creator/6927 was a Japanese pop singer. In 2003 released All of My Mind, his first original album; later, he released The Best Selection, an album that contains several of his earlier works. In Mexico, in 2010 he did concerts in a J-pop event and anime convention.
He has been responsible for singing numerous songs for every entry in the Digimon series. Among Digimon Discography, you can listen his Butter-Fly, With The Will and Hirai. Kōji Wada https://www.last.fm/music/K%C5%8Dji+Wada/+wiki had contributed songs to several of the Digimon anime series, including opening themes. He also performed Mujaki Na Mama de and An Endless Tale, songs used as ending themes for Digimon Frontier.
BUTTER-FLY – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAxNwRb93xk I will become a happy butterfly, and ride on the glittering wind. I will come to see you soon. It is best to forget the unnecessary things. There is no more time to be fooling around. What do you mean? I wonder if we will reach the skies, but I do not even know what my plans are for tomorrow. After an endless dream, in this world of nothingness. It seems as if our beloved dreams will lose; even with these unreliable wings, covered in images that tend to stay. I am sure we can fly, on my love. I will become a merry butterfly, and ride on the earnest wind. I will come to see you where ever you are. Ambiguous words are surprisingly handy. I will shout it out, while listening to a hit song. What do you mean? I wonder if it will echo through this town, but there is no use anticipating. After an endless dream, in this miserable world. That is right; maybe not using common sense is not so bad after all. Even with these awkward wings, dyed with images that seem to stay. I am sure we can fly, on my love. After an endless dream, in this world of nothingness. It seems as if our beloved dreams will lose. Even with these unreliable wings, covered in images that tend to stay. I am sure we can fly, oh yeah. After an endless dream, in this miserable world. That is right; maybe not using common sense is not so bad after all. Even with these awkward wings, dyed with images that seem to stay. I am sure we can fly, on my love.
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