Skrillex Says his Collaboration with Hikaru Utada for Kingdom Hearts III was a Dream Come True

Kingdom Hearts III is currently available worldwide.

Kingdom Hearts III is out and lovers of the series are hyped. The 11th match in the Square Enix and Disney franchise is well famous for its composition that was awesome, and this rendition stays up to the series’ long-running standard. The composer, Yoko Shimomura, has delivered powerful theme songs throughout the game’s history. The last two installments have been under the direction of Japanese pop singer, Hikaru Utada, who wrote and recorded both tracks. This year, she tagged in legendary electronic producer Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) to deliver the instant hit “Face My Fears.”

According to Moore, it was much more than a business opportunity. “It sounds kind of crazy, but I always said ‘I want to do the theme for Kingdom Hearts one day,” he told The Verge. “I told myself that as a kid. I was just such an absolute fan of [Hikaru Utada] and the games, but that was like a dream of mine. ”

Moore was playing a heavy metal festival in Germany when he first met Utada. Two years she proposed the idea of him remixing the new original theme for Kingdom Hearts III, “Don’t Think Twice.” The track ended up not working out and the two decided to release an original instead.

“I started with these piano chords, and we wrote it in about an hour,” Moore said. While he was making the trail, he soundtracked his work. “I was really editing and enjoy writing the drop along with the defeat to that stuff. ”

Moore’been a fan of Kingdom Hearts eternally, and he states he’s beat both of the prior games, Kingdom Hearts, and Kingdom Hearts II. “I just really think it’s the ideal kind of blend of action and RPG,” he states. “It’s like a fantasy” as though “what should fucking Batman and enjoy… Spawn had a picture together. ” 

. . .But s a fan, and even though he made Kingdom Hearts III’s theme song, Square didn’t even give a copy of the match. “They didn’t even give me that shit ” he states. “I’m on the list just like everyone else. ”

The monitor has seen wild, viral success online because its release. According to new chart data, Moore has broken in the Billboard Hot 100 with “Face My Fears. ” The manufacturer hits at No. 98 on the chart.

You can stream or download either the English and Japanese version of “Face My Fears” from Skrillex and Hikaru Utada here and buy Kingdom Hearts III here





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