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Solo Leveling Ending Theme Song Gets Subtitled Music Video from krage

The Solo Leveling dub hits Crunchyroll tomorrow, and the first two episodes are streaming subtitled. But if you need more stuff related to Solo Leveling, krage has you covered.

krage is the singer-songwriter who performs Solo Leveling’s ending theme song “request,” and she’s dropped a music video for it. It even has English subtitles. Check it out:

“request” has already made it to the top of the iTunes J-pop charts in America, Canada, Switzerland, and Germany. It became available digitally earlier this month, and on February 28 it will officially come out as a CD single in Japan.

According to Crunchyroll, krage started her “singing activities” in junior high. It was in 2022, though, that she reached the mainstream through Sony Music Labels’ Sony Music Associated Records.

And she’s not new to anime, either. She’s also behind Raven of the Inner Palace’s autumn 2022 ending theme song “Natsu no Yuki.”

You can additionally check out this footage of Solo Leveling’s ending theme song — minus the credits — so you can just enjoy the music and artwork.

Solo Leveling started out as a Korean light novel series and also has a comics adaptation. Yen Press is publishing both the novels and the comics, and gave this description for the first comic volume:

Known as the Weakest Hunter of All Mankind, E-rank hunter Jinwoo Sung’s contribution to raids amounts to trying not to get killed. Unfortunately, between his mother’s hospital bills, his sister’s tuition, and his own lack of job prospects, he has no choice but to continue to put his life on the line. So when an opportunity arises for a bigger payout, he takes it…only to come face-to-face with a being whose power outranks anything he’s ever seen! With the party leader missing an arm and the only healer a quivering mess, can Jinwoo some-how find them a way out?

Source: Crunchyroll


Danica Davidson is the author of the bestselling Manga Art for Beginners with artist Melanie Westin, plus its sequel, Manga Art for Everyone, and the first-of-its-kind manga chalk book Chalk Art Manga, both illustrated by professional Japanese mangaka Rena Saiya. Check out her other comics and books at www.danicadavidson.com.