‘Dragon Ball Z’ Music Composer Becomes Texas’ New State Senator

‘Dragon Ball Z’ Music Composer Becomes Texas’ New State Senator‘Dragon Ball Z’ Music Composer Becomes Texas’ New State Senator
Bryan Ke
November 9, 2018
Democratic candidate Nathan Johnson, who worked as a composer for “Dragon Ball Z,” secured a seat in the Texas State Senate after winning over his opponent, incumbent Republican Don Huffines.
The 50-year-old politician won 54% of the votes during Election Day on Tuesday.
I’m feeling really excited about going to Austin with a much better legislative environment,” he said while speaking to The Texas Tribune on Tuesday. “Everything we tried to do and hope would happen, happened. We had a surge of turnout in disillusioned Democrats and success with winning moderate Republicans. I think that’s what put us over.”
Johnson is known for his work as a lawyer for the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, however, anime fans – particularly those who passionately follow the English dub of the ever-famous “Dragon Ball Z” – will know him for his compositions like “The World’s Strongest,” “The Tree of Might,” “Broly – Second Coming,” “Fusion Reborn,” and “Wrath of the Dragon, according to Crunchyroll.
The politician, who also owns a music production business, was a magna cum laude graduate with a degree in Physics from the University of Arizona, and soon later earned his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, according to his campaign website.
Featured image (left) via Instagram / nathanfortexas, (right) YouTube / ImmaMajinVegeta1
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