Shikao Suga and Hyadain Collab for New Digimon Ghost Game Ending

Digimon Ghost Game ending: "Monster Disco"


What do you do when you're a kid in a world haunted by digital monsters? Frankly — disco.


Digimon Ghost Game will be getting a new ending theme starting with episode 32, replacing current ending theme "Hikariau Monotachi" by Bye-Bye Hand.


The song, titled "Monster Disco," is written and performed by Shikao Suga. The composer and musician has performed themes for xxxHOLICHoney and Clover II, Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee Reverse, and others. He's also composed music for acts like Smap and Sayaka Yamamoto, and director Makoto Shinkai showed his admiration for the artist by giving a character his surname in Weathering with You.


Shikao Suga


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Teaming up with Suga to arrange the theme is singer/songwriter Hyadain, who rose to popularity on Niconico. With the release of the opening to Nichijou – My Ordinary Life, it was revealed that "Hyadain" was a pseudonym for producer/composer Kenichi Maeyamada. His work can be heard in themes from One PieceRent-a-GirlfriendOne-Punch Man, and lots of others.


Fuji TV producer Matsuki Ehana says that while you can imagine the Digimon dancing happily to the song, it's also "slightly mysterious," making it a good for for the creepy-cute Digimon installment.


Episode 32 of Digimon Ghost Game, which will be the first to feature "Monster Disco" as its ending, airs July 3.


Source: Comic Natalie


Watch Digimon Ghost Game on Crunchyroll!




Kara Dennison is the book reviewer for Sci-Fi Magazine and a regular features writer for Otaku USA Magazine. Follow her on Twitter @RubyCosmos, and read more at

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