Time is a lie in Ya Boy Kongming; it feels like no time has passed once you are finished watching the episodes. The same happened with last week’s episode as Kabe finally made an official comeback as a rapper and maintains his status as the three-times winner. His growth is something many aspiring people can relate to and learn from. Ya Boy Kongming Episode 11 will have Eiko take the centre stage but Kubo has already been impressed by his rapping, the guy deserves a short break. Sadly, his chances of showing up this season again are low but you can never know what Kongming is thinking about.
One thing that puts this show apart from others is, of course, the premise, but that’s just a hook to get people invested. From the beginning to Episode 11 of Ya Boy Kongming, the show tells a riveting tale by using uncanny methods. Though it only has one season it will surely get one more as the world stage is the biggest one out there. Speaking of the stage, the stage is set for Azalea and Eiko to face as both of them have done their preparations for the contest. For Azalea it is to get the chance to sing at the dome, but for Eiko it is her wanting to save Nanami from her path in life.
Ya Boy Kongming Episode 11
Episode 11 of Ya Boy Kongming will finally begin the long-awaited competition for the 100,000 likes project. Though there are many competitors the main focus will be Azalea and Eiko. However, if we were to look at it another way it is also the fight of the new vs the old. Azalea’s head represents the cold, impassionate modern world vs Kongming’s old, but passionate approach to things. The two have never met but their approach to life and music are opposites and if they do meet the two would instantly become rivals.
Though Kabe has lived up to his name of Phoneix and returned by beating his rival. For Eiko, it’s a different story altogether, she has realized why she must sing and has also learned to capitalize with help from the Kid. Her reason has evolved to not just sing on a bigger stage but sing for the people she admires and the populace. Nanami, on the other hand, is shaken up and is having a hard time even practicing during her dance sessions. How the two will clash is a given but how will the aftermath affect the Azalea band? Nanami might join Kongming and co. but what about the other two? Maybe, what they will end up doing is finding their path to music.
What is the release date of Episode 11?
Episode 11 of Ya Boy Kongming will release on 2nd June 2022 for most regions, including Japan. For Australia, it will release on 3rd June 2022. The release time for Episode 11 of Ya Boy Kongmingfor different regions is listed below.
- Pacific Time: 8:30 AM PDT ( June 9 )
- Central Time: 10:30 AM CDT ( June 9 )
- Eastern Time: 11;30 AM EST ( June 9 )
- British Time: 4:30 PM BST ( June 9 )
- India Time: 8:00 PM IST ( June 9 )
- Singapore Time: 11:30 PM SGT ( June 9 )
- Australia Time: 12:00 AM AEST ( June 10 )
In Japan, the show airs on Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS NTV.
Where to watch Ya Boy Kongming Episode 11?
Episode 11 of Ya Boy Kongming can be seen only on HiDive as of right now. HiDive came out right after the merger of Funimation and Crunchyroll. Although the website is new, many classics are worth checking out. With it being a competitor to Crunchyroll, we will not likely see it there anytime soon. Episode 11 of Ya Boy Kongming can be seen in Japan on Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS NTV.
What is Ya Boy Kongming about?
The war of the Three Kingdoms is nearing its end, but the great strategist is sick and nearing his end. On his deathbed, one wish is to have a peaceful if he is reborn. Kongming wakes up and finds himself in modern-day Tokyo on the day of Halloween, which he mistakes for hell. His attire being that of the Third century, he is mistaken for a well-versed Kongming look alike and is taken to a club. He finds himself content where music grates his ears. The misconception starts to fade as soon as he hears the singing of a certain girl in the clubhouse.
Yuto Yotsuba and Ryō Ogawa are the creators of the series. Yuto Yotsuba is the writer, and Ryō Ogawa is the chief illustrator of the series. Studio PA Works adapted the series into anime.