“Oshi no Ko’s” Star Drops Stunning Music Video for Iconic Anime Theme
Rie Takahashi, the voice actress behind “Oshi no Ko’s” Ai Hoshino, has released a captivating music video covering the epic opening theme of the popular anime – “Idol” by YOASOBI. The unique offering has added a fresh dimension to the globally acclaimed opening theme, provoking fascination among anime fans worldwide.
“Oshi no Ko” made a significant splash in 2023 with its cinematically-styled premiere and incredible season. However, the anime’s tremendous growth in popularity surged post-launch, when its official opening theme song, “Idol” by YOASOBI, was introduced. Boasting a successful run through 2023, it became a sensation worldwide.
The anime’s opening topped charts around the globe, creating a phenomenon rarely seen before in the world of anime. Rie Takahashi adds another layer to this cultural moment, sharing her cover of “Idol” through an engaging music video. As “Oshi no Ko” gears up to launch a new theme song for the anime’s season 2 later this year, this music video serves as a delightful way to bid farewell to the inaugural theme in a creative and fresh manner.
What to Expect from “Oshi no Ko’s” Season 2
Besides a new live action series and film in the pipeline, “Oshi no Ko’s” second season of the anime is due to premiere later this year. While the exact release date remains undisclosed, it has been confirmed that the upcoming season will be exclusively streamed on HIDIVE, and fans can brush up on the first season on the same platform before the release of new episodes.
The captivating story continues with the emergence of a pregnant starlet in Dr. Gorou Amemiya’s rural medical clinic. Events take a thrilling turn as he delivers Ai Hoshino’s child in secrecy, only to be killed by her obsessive stalker, and reincarnated as Ai’s baby, Aquamarine. As the dark side of the entertainment industry unravels, how will he protect Ai remember? Uncertainties lie ahead, intensifying the anticipation for Season 2.
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