Photo Credit: Toei Animation

Dragon Ball has a large number of signature melodies added to its repertoire, yet Hironobu Kageyama simply restored his adored “Cha-La Head-Cha-La” single for an exceptional event. Kageyama had the option to share an acoustic exhibition of the Dragon Ball signature tune with fans.

The interpretation, which can be found above, was finished by Kageyama alongside Ricardo Cruz. What’s more, Cruz is a Brazilian vocalist (check him out here) who grew a web-based after for covering anime tracks. Presently, Cruz can say he has done a two-part harmony with Kageyama on the most beloved opening theme song to date, and that is no little accomplishment to achieve.

With Kageyama on the acoustic guitar, the Dragon Ball single sounds as immortal as ever even in this insignificant manner. There is no doubt that Kageyama’s vocals are as strong as could be, and Cruz offsets his voice with the Japanese artist pretty consummately. So on the off chance that you are requiring another post-exercise bop to gorge nowadays, this interpretation of “Cha-La Head-Cha-La” is exactly what you need!