Avex Pictures Releases Full-Length Versions of Ya Boy Kongming! Insert Songs

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It’s time to party like it’s 234 AD! Avex Pictures’ official YouTube channel today released full-length versions of music-comedy anime Ya Boy Kongming!‘s insert songs, performed by 96Neko as the signing voice of protagonist Eiko Tsukimi (professionally known as EIKO).

First up is “Shooting Star”, which was featured in Episode 2:

Second is “Be Crazy For Me”, which was featured in Episode 3:

The full original soundtrack is currently scheduled for release on June 29.

RELATED: Check Out the Non-Credit OP / ED for Ya Boy Kongming! TV Anime

Based on the manga by Yuto Yotsuba and Ryo Ogawa, Ya Boy Kongming! is directed by Osamu Honma (APPARE-RANMAN! episode director) at studio P.A. Works, with series composition by Yoko Yonaiyama (Umamusume: Pretty Derby scriptwriter) and character designs by Kanami Sekiguchi (SHIROBAKO).

Sentai Filmworks, who is simulcasting the anime on HIDIVE, describes the series as:

The music industry becomes a battlefield when ancient strategist Kongming is transported to modern Japan. He’ll use military tactics to turn his new friend Eiko into a music star, and together they’ll take the party hotspot of Shibuya by storm!

Source: Ya Boy Kongming! official website

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