My Hero Academia; a well-renowned franchise famous for its work in manga, light novel, anime series and a video game. It is continuously thriving to give its viewers quality entertainment. Recently its 4th season marked its end in this April. Soon after the end of last season, the franchise announced another season. However, the confirmed schedule for Season 5 of My Hero Academia hasn’t announced yet. Still, the authorities are putting their best efforts to keep the audience updated.
Yesterday i.e. on July 9, 2020, a tweet from the music composer of My Hero Academia hit our screens. Mr. Yuki Hayashi shared an update with the fans of My Hero Academia. As per his tweet, the team is working on the music track of season 5 of My Hero Academia. Later in the statement, he thanked his fellow musicians and gave us the link to his Instagram account, where further updates regarding the anime are waiting for its fans
Mr. Hayashi shared pictures of the prestigious moments of OST recording. In those pictures, you can spot Yuki Hayashi’s team working on the music of Boku no Hīrō Akademia Season 5.
The initial four seasons aired in the year 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 respectively in Japan. Each season consisted of 25 episodes except the first one which had 13 episodes in its lineup. They ran successfully and ruled over the hearts of their viewers for good four years. They were from the pen of Yōsuke Kuroda who is quite famous for his work in Gundam Build Fighters. The direction of the initial three seasons performed by Kenji Nagasaki whereas, the fourth one was from the Masahiro Mukai.
Now, after its four hit seasons, anime fans are looking towards another one and after this update, it is quite difficult to control an excitement for the upcoming part of My Hero Academia.