The first season of Oshi no Ko has come to an end, but discussions about the tremendously successful anime are still raging.
There is an interesting curiosity about the song Sign wa B by Oshi no Ko, in fact, there are two versions of this song according to anime producers.
Song Sign wa B by Oshi no Ko has two different versions
An ABEMA program that aired on June 24th had the participation of some members of the Oshi no Ko anime production, where some backstage curiosities of the anime were revealed. Especially about the song Sign wa B by Oshi no Ko.
Those who participated were Yuki Iwai, Masayoshi Oishi, Seitaro Mukai and Mao Mita, and during a conversation, Oishi commented on the production of the song in question, revealing that the second version of the song is completely different from what we got to see in the anime.
”There is a story about the first apparition. I actually wrote twice. The first one is a completely different song.”
”In the original work, there is a textual letter that says ”Your idol symbol is B”, but it is written as ”a na ta no”. I thought they would want me to do it, so I put a period starting with ”idol de a na ta”
At the end, he mentioned that Rie Takahashi, the voice of Ai, took from this song the necessary impulse to perfectly interpret the idol of the series, being part of the great work that he managed to deliver.
The second season of Oshi no Ko was confirmed shortly after the airing of episode 11. Thus, we will be able to see more of the unfolding of the series written by Aka Akasaka in anime.
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