Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Dragon Ball Z Opening Theme Song Gone Viral, Used as an Audition Piece in The Voice Thailand



Cha-La Head-Cha-La, the opening theme song of Dragon Ball Z is probably one of the most popular opening theme song that kids from the 80s and the 90s or even up to the 2K instantly recognizes when played. And for this theme song to be used as a piece in competing in a singing competition is quite different but its great. One of the participant in the Blind Audition of The Voice Thailand,  Ditthawat Chaikaewruchikorn, 35, used the Dragon Ball Z theme song as his piece and guess what… he did get the four coaches to turn for him.



In all the singing competition that I’ve watch perhaps this is the first time that I've heard of a piece in a singing competition that pulled it off. Maybe there are some who uses an anime theme song but didn't make any mark. Luckily, Ditthawat Chaikaewruchikorn made a great impression not only to the four coaches of The Voice Thailand but to the whole world because of its video of which had gone viral and I am now sharing also.

For the benefit of those who doesn’t know much about the song here’s a little trivia about it, the song "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" is the first opening theme song of the anime series Dragon Ball Z and is the fifteenth single by J-Pop artist Hironobu Kageyama. It was released on vinyl, cassette, and mini CD on may 1, 1989 and take note it is in Japan only. The song became very much popular because it is used as the opening theme song of the anime series for the its first 200 episodes.

So, if you think you’re also one of the talented individuals who can pull off a thing like this better find an interesting anime them song for a piece and use it.

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