Single From My Hero Academia Released To Benefit UNICEF Charity

Single From My Hero Academia Released To Benefit UNICEF Charity

Back in May, we talked about the excellent COVID-19 Cowboy Bebop charity single that was organized by Mason Lieberman and we are happy to report that he is back at it again. For his follow up he has turned his attention to My Hero Academia with the charity single “You Say Run.” This time it is the UNICEF charity that will benefit from the single and once again all stops have been pulled out to make it a hit.

For “You Say Run” over guest artists have been assembled and the series composer, Yuki Hayashi, is among them. The single also features English voice cast members, several composers as well as performers from across both the anime and videogame industries. “You Say Run” is licensed and available now on digital platforms. A special vinyl edition that features the single and includes a techno remix by anime composer James Landino on the other side can also be pre-ordered through Qrates.

Composer and album organizer, Mason Liberman, has stated “It is our pleasure to produce this limited-run charity release in support of UNICEF,” and added “Their unwavering dedication to helping children in indeed is the truest definition of what it means to go beyond!” Check out the music video below and purchase your copy of “You Say Run” from the following links;

“You Say Run” on Bandcamp
“You Say Run” Vinyl on Qrates
“You Say Run” on Spotify

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