The Man. But snuggled in at No. How'd this unknown song, written more than a decade ago, break into the charts? The answer: the cartoon Teen Titans Go! While 'toon-based singles often get onto the charts only because of corporate overlord plotting, the success of "The Night Begins to Shine" was actually unplanned. A snippet of the song first appeared on the cartoon in Peter Michail, a director and producer on Teen Titans Go! It's important to note that Teen Titans Go! There's no person on the Warner Brothers lot conducting an orchestra along to the cartoon. Instead, directors have to score their own stuff using whatever they can find in their in-house music library.
TV series. The song became popular with fans of the show. The special also featured two other songs by B. The official soundtrack, Teen Titans Go! Regan, except "Forever Mine", which was first written by Enea and rerecorded by B. This s song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
The video begins with Arthur waking up and hearing B. Arthur then tells the audience that DW's already played the song times that week. At breakfast, DW blares the song from her boombox and is told to shut it off.
Teen Titans Go! The show will see the five teen heroes travel back to Night Begins to Shine, a music-filled land featured during the original series' run. A teaser of the upcoming animated collaborations between the two WarnerMedia companies offers a sneak peek at the show. Check it out along with the synopsis for the new show below:. Night Begins to Shine is produced by Warner Bros. The journey to the spinoff has been an interesting one. It ended up being used as a joke in an episode of Teen Titans Go! After the end of the popular Teen Titans series in , Warner Bros.