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Inugami Korone Releases New Song for 4th Anniversary

For Hololive VTuber Inugami Korone’s fourth anniversary, she held an hour-long commemoration stream and released a new song. “Wonky Monkey,” as of the time of writing, accrued over 42,000 views in under an hour. You can listen to it and watch the music video via Korone’s YouTube channel.

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The commemoration stream was a 3D live concert of Korone singing eleven songs over the course of an hour. Guests who sang with her included her colleagues at hololive and Debidebi Debiru from Nijisanji. There were quite a few nostalgic titles in her setlist. For example, she sang the first Inazuma Eleven opening “Tachiagari-yo” with Debidebi Debiru. After that, she sang “Ginga Senpuu Braiger” and “Fukkatsu no Ideon” with Isao Taira (the original singer) himself. These were the openings to two anime series from the 80s.

Near the end of the stream, Jibanyan made a surprise appearance. Jibanyan is the main character and mascot of the Yo-Kai Watch series. He likely showed up to congratulate her due to Korone’s previous guest appearance on Yo-kai Watch.

The new “Wonky Monkey” was also one of the songs that she sang during the stream. The music video for it puts Korone in the role of an explorer in a jungle. It has a upbeat and peppy tune, and the MV has a slightly psychedelic vibe.

Inugami Korone is part of Hololive Gamers and debuted four years ago on April 13, 2019. As of 2023, she has over 1.96 million subscribers. Her content mostly consists of gaming streams. In particular, Korone plays a lot of retro games on the platforms that they originally came out on.

Inugamim Korone is a VTuber with Hololive and you can watch her streams, including her 4th anniversary one, on her YouTube channel.

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Stephanie is a senior writer who has been writing for games journalism and translating since 2020. After graduating with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing, she spent a few years teaching English and history before fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a writer. In terms of games, she loves RPGs, action-adventure, and visual novels. Aside from writing for Siliconera and Crunchyroll, she translates light novels, manga, and video games.