My Hero Academia Charity Single Hits Stores

my hero academia charity single

Get ready to channel your own All Might as a host of anime and video game talents unleash the power of My hero Academia’s ‘You Say Run’ as a Charity single.

Available now on Spotify,Bandcamp, and as a Vinyl on Qrastes, this charity edition of the hit anime series theme song, You Say Run, is something of a follow up to the recent release of the May 2020 Cowboy Bebop charity single. The new re-recording of this well-known anime song is not just a ditty that pays tribute to the popular anime series, it will also benefit UNICEF. The You Say Run charity single features over 80 guest artists, including original series composer Yuki Hayashi, English voice cast members, several composers and performers from across the anime and videogame industries. You can check out the full list of vocalists and contributors over on the links below but it’s significant.

Featured vocalists from the cast of My Hero Academia:

Christopher Sabat (All Might)
Clifford Chapin IV (Katsuki Bakugou)
Luci Christian (Ochako Uraraka)
Monica Rial (Tsuyu Asui)
J. Michael Tatum (Tenya Iida)
Brina Palencia (Minoru Mineta)
Caitlin Glass (Mina Ashido)
Kellen Goff (Overhaul)
Anairis Quiñones (Mirko)
Brandon McInnis (Sir Nighteye)
Greg Ayres (Koji Koda)
Morgan Berry (13)
Alexis Tipton (Mei Hatsume)
Dawn M. Bennett (Setsuna Tokage)
Felecia Angelle (Toru Hagakure)
Ricco Fajardo (Mirio Togata)
Megan Shipman (La Brava)
Jerry Jewell (Kesagiriman, Nedzu)
Mike McFarland (Masahirao Ojiro)
Bryn Apprill (Ibara Shiozaki)
Daman Mills (Chainsaw Nomu)
Kristen McGuire (Tatami Nakagame)

Organized by Mason Lieberman, this release is sure to be something that anime fans are going to enjoy and will hopefully help raise much needed funds to help UNICEF. UNICEF, the United nations Childre’s Fund, works in more than 190 countries and territories to reach the most disadvantaged children and adolescents – and to protect the rights of every child. Their work includes corp[orate partnerships, literacy programmes, health and wellbeing programmes, immunization, and more programmes than I’ve possibly got time to research and report on here. Suffice to say it’s generally considered a good cause. You can check out more at the official UNICEF website.

“It is our pleasure to produce this limited-run charity release in support of UNICEF,” comments composer and album organizer Mason Lieberman. “Their unwavering dedication to helping children in indeed is the truest definition of what it means to go beyond!”

If you fancy grabbing a digital copy of the single or collecting some anime Vynal for your wall then check out the Qrates, Bandcamp, or Spotify links for this My Hero Academia Charity Single now.

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