My Hero Academia Celebrates Season 5 Finale with Official Soundtrack Release

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Milan Records’ heroic mission to bring anime music to the world is going Plus Ultra, because they’ve just announced that Yuki Hayashi’s soundtrack for My Hero Academia Season 5 is coming to streaming and digital!

Here’s the official album cover:

The music from My Hero Academia Season 5 will be available on a wide range of music services, so be ready to crank up the volume and find your preferred platform right here.

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Since Ping Pong the Animation in 2014, Milan Records has published a wide range of anime soundtracks and singles, including for Kill la Kill, Blue Exorcist, Cowboy Bebop, various Fate anime and more.

Milan Records most recently released a comprehensive collection of music from Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, and Boruto: Naruto Next Generations on September 24, for the very first time outside of Japan.

RELATED: Listen the Ninja Way as Naruto Series Music Hits Streaming and Digital for the First Time Outside of Japan

You can find their full list of anime soundtracks and other releases here.

Will you be picking up My Hero Academia Season 5’s soundtrack? Share this post and let us know! And stay tuned to Funimation for the latest news on all things anime, this season and beyond.

Source: Press release

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