I am very honored to have had the honor of being involved in “One Piece Film Red” as the singing cast for Uta. It was a new experience for me to sing in the role of a character such as Uta. It was hard in many ways, but above all it was a very good experience. I sing in seven featured songs, and they span a range of genres; hard rock, ballads, and more. I hope everyone is looking forward to finding out what sort of concert Uta will put on during the film, and seeing what sort of diva she is!
Yasutaka Nakata is a musician, DJ, and producer. He has written for Perfume, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, and more, influencing artists in Japan and around the world as a leader in the global pop scene.
To once again be involved in One Piece, which I love, and participate with such wonderful musicians has been a great honor. General Producer Oda asked me to create a powerful song that would symbolize the birth of a new diva. I paid particular attention while composing to creating a sound and resonance that fit the One Piece world, and used Ado’s wonderful voice to depict Uta as a completely new artist. The songs by all the other participating artists are all really great as well and I hope that everyone has an excellent musical experience in the theater.
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Vaundy is a 21 year-old university student. He’s a self-producing, multi-talented artist who writes, composes, and arranges his own songs, as well as designing and directing music videos.
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