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Kōji Wada (和田 光司 Wada Kōji) (born January 29, 1974) was a Japanese rock singer, best known for his work in the Digimon series. He was born in Kyoto. His height is 1.75 m, his weight is 58 kg.

Wada sang the Opening Themes for the four seasons of Digimon, as well as the first Evolution Theme for Digimon Frontier, "With the Will". He Also performed the two Ending Themes of Frontier, "Innocent ~Mujaki na Mama de~" (イノセント~無邪気なままで~)and "an Endless Tale" (with AiM). He starred in various other Digimon songs, such as "Bokura no Digital World" (the "memorial" theme for the Adventure series), "Yuuki o Uketsugu Kodomotachi e" (a song starring all the singers in Digimon, including AiM, Ayumi Miyazaki, Michihiko Ohta, etc.) and several Christmas songs.

In 2003, Wada released his first original album, "All of My Mind", which included some songs from Digimon Adventure, Adventure 02 and Tamers and the Opening Theme for Transformers: Car Robots. He also collaborated in Ohta Michihiko's self-cover album "Mirai e no Message ~Ohta Michihiko Self-Cover~", featuring in two tracks - a cover version of "Hontou no Tsuyosa" (本当の強さ)(Ken & Wormmon's Theme) and in "3 Primary Colors" (the Tamers' theme), along with AiM. Most recently, he has released an album called "The Best Selection ~Welcome Back!~". It contains several of his earlier works as well as two new songs, titled "Pierce" and "Kimi no Keshiki." On August 1, 2008, he debuted a mini-album titled "ever", which contained five brand new songs. This upcoming April 22, he has stated on his blog that he will be releasing a rearranged version of his first single, "Butter-Fly", titled "Butter-Fly ~Strong Version~" in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Digimon series.

Kouji Wada returned to the Digimon franchise to sing the second opening theme for the fifth series, Digimon Savers. The song is entitled Hirari (Nimbly; Lightly)

In July 2007, Wada Kouji made his first show in Brazil, doing a solo presentation and singing along others invited Japanese singers on the "Anime Friends". This happened one year after Ayumi Miyazaki visits Brazil in another convention "ExpoAnime Brasil". He also visited the state of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil in October 14 2007, during the Anima Weekend event. In December 15-16th 2007, he make a live presentation in the "Anime Festival XL" event in Santiago, Chile.

In August 2008, he released a mini-album named "ever", which contains five original songs, with four of them composed and written by himself.

In December 2008 he was performing in the "Animeku 08" in Argentina.

On October 4, 2011, Wada announced via his blog that he was putting his career on hold in order to deal with a sudden metastasized cancer which had previously seen treatment in 2003.

On April 3, 2016, Wada died suddenly from complications related to nasopharynx cancer. His last single, "Seven〜tri. Version〜", was released only five days prior to his death.

A CD tribute for Kōji Wada was released in Japan on July 31, 2016 under the name of "Digimon Song Best of KOji Wada." The CD includes a total of eleven tracks by the late singer. Additionally, the cover features Angemon, Wada's favourite character from the "Digimon" franchise. Another compilation, "Koji Wada Digimon Memorial Best", was released on January 25, 2017.

Here is Official Wada's Blog –

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