'Boruto: Naruto Next Generations' Theme Songs: KANA-BOON and The Peggies Opening and Closing Tracks

Mar 13, 2017 07:00 AM EDT | Hannah Jill

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Initially, fans were not pleased to know that their favorite anime Naruto Shippuden is about to end but despite this, they are consoled knowing that Naruto's son will soon grace their TV screens. Presenting the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.

It's quite hard to contain the excitement of Naruto fans now as the sequel, Boruto: Naruto Next Generation teaser theme songs was released. Anime them song veterans will be joining in to make the series even more exciting.

The Comic Book revealed that the Weekly Shonen Jump has announced Boruto's musical numbers. "Baton Road" by KANA-BOON will be the opening number while "Dreamy Johnny" by The Peggies will be the ending track. It can be recalled KANA-BOON did a great work on the Naruto series "Silhouette" opening song and "Drive" Boruto: Naruto movie theme song.

The KANA-BOON are anime veterans who also performed songs like "The Perfect Insider" and "Mobile Gundam Wing Iron-Blooded Orphans" for other manga series. On the other hand, this will be the first anime debut of the all-female rock band known as The Peggies. They just released their latest single "Sputnik/Love Trip last October.

April 5 will definitely be a big day for Naruto fans with the TV viewing of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Droid Reports mentioned that Noriyuki Abe will be the chief director while Hiroyuki Yamashita is the Studio Pierrot Director. Also, Ukyo Kodachi will be the story supervisor.

The story of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will focus on Boruto, the son of Naruto Uzumaki. He is considered as a seventh generation Hokage who needs to attend the ninja academy. He struggles to be accepted by his community members in the village of Konoha which has become more civilized and modern after the war.

There are still a lot of speculations about the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Some reports are circulating that Naruto will die in this sequel. Fans are so overwhelmed by this news. However, there are no confirmation yet if indeed it will happen.

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