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#Hiroyuki Sawano’s One Piece Film: Red Uta Collaboration Music Video ‘Tot Musica’ Releases

“Hiroyuki Sawano’s One Piece Film: Red Uta Collaboration Music Video ‘Tot Musica’ Releases”

One Piece Film: Red


The long-hyped music video for Hiroyuki Sawano‘s (Attack on Titan soundtrack) collaboration with One Piece Film: Red‘s Uta was finally released tonight, letting the composer take his turn in molding the character and playing with Ado’s powerful singing voice. As with the other music videos, it was also released on Ado’s official YouTube channel.



“Tot Musica” had the music and arrangement composed by Hiroyuki Sawano, with lyrics from cAnON. The music video itself was directed by artist WOOMA, who also illustrated the video alongside Hideo Kanai, Aiko Fujii and Sumire Abe. It was performed by Ado as Uta.


WOOMA released an illustration on their Twitter page to celebrate the release of the music video:




Only one more music video is set to be released in the cavernous catalog of Uta tunes, Motohiro Hata’s (Naruto Shippuden OP7) single “Where the Wind Blows” on August 24. The song was teased on the One Piece YouTube channel back on August 3.


RELATED: Hear Uta’s Heart Sing in Full Music Video for One Piece Film: Red’s ‘The World’s Continuation’


One Piece Film: Red is set to open in Japanese theaters on August 6, 2022. Crunchyroll and Toei Animation will be releasing the film in North America and Australia and New Zealand this Fall, while All The Anime will be releasing it in the UK & Ireland at the same time. You can watch over 1,000 episodes of the One Piece TV anime right here on Crunchyroll.


Source: Ado on YouTube



Daryl Harding is a Senior Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram. 

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