One Piece Live-Action Nami’s Theme Song Released From Witcher Song Writing Duo


  • Netflix has released Nami’s theme from the live-action One Piece adaptation, which is set to premiere on August 31.
  • The song, titled “My Sails Are Set,” was written by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli, known for their work on The Witcher.
  • AURORA provides the vocals for the theme, capturing the personality and courage of the pirate navigator Nami.

Netflix has officially released Nami’s theme from the live-action One Piece adaptation. Featuring a gang of pirates setting sail to uncover the mysterious One Piece, the show is the latest adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s manga series, which has been ongoing since 1997. The series has already been adapted into an anime show that has over 1,000 episodes and a massive following. Netflix’s version is set to premiere on August 31, and Oda has been working closely with Netflix to ensure faithfulness.

As One Piece‘s release date approaches, Netflix has already revealed Nami’s song. reports that the song was written by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli, who previously worked on songs for The Witcher. Check out the theme below:

With AURORA providing the vocals, “My Sails Are Set” reveals the personality of the pirate navigator Nami. Desperate for friendship despite a hard exterior and endless courage, Nami sets sail into the world of One Piece. Along the way, she is accompanied by AURORA’s passionate performance.

This Theme Is Perfect For Nami

Nami from One Piece

In the One Piece manga, Nami is introduced as a thief with no great love for Luffy or the ocean’s many roving pirates. She is an adventurer and a brilliant navigator, but she wants nothing more than to work alone. It is only when Luffy begins to recruit her into his crew that Nami’s true nature actual begins to reveal itself. The navigator learns to trust others and finds a home with Luffy’s pirates.

The Netflix theme suits Nami because it ties connections with the sea with the risks that Nami takes. To connect with Luffy and Zoro, Nami has to prove herself as a navigator, fighter, and pirate. She learns to secure a family within the pirates, yet her early days are filled with individualism and isolation. The “My Sails Are Set” song speaks to her self-imposed loneliness and offers an explanation for why she takes to the seas in the first place. The song argues that she must sail through her personal storm if she ever intends to escape it.

Early indications have hinted that Netflix’s One Piece will change Nami by helping her connect with Luffy and Zoro more quickly. Instead of rushing through her recruitment, Netflix may take the time to fully develop Nami before she sets foot on Luffy’s ship. It will give more than enough opportunities for Nami to truly stand out as a sailor and a friend. Nami has always been a complicated character, and “My Sails Are Set” hint that the live-action One Piece adaptation understands her perfectly.

Source: Sonya Belousova / Youtube,