Recently, it was announced that Power Rangers Beast Morphers would have Youssef “Joe” Guezoum back on board to compose for the series – after composing 5 episodes of Power Rangers Ninja Steel, Power Rangers Hyper Force, and some select music for the mobile game, “Power Rangers Legacy Wars.”
(You can check out his Power Rangers music samples on his official website).
It has now been confirmed that Noam Kaniel will also be working on the 26th/27th season of the Power Rangers franchise. From Guezoum:
I’m so honored to be onboard again to score a new season of Power Rangers Beast Morphers 2019 alongside my buddy Noam Kaniel 👊🏻💥Source: Facebook
With Hasbro’s acquisition of the Power Rangers franchise,fans wondered if Kaniel would be one of the many former Saban Brands employees that would stay on with production of the show – and that is now proving to be true.
Noam Kaniel has been composing for Power Rangers not only
since it’s return in 2011 under Haim Saban’s new company, Saban Brands – the Neo-Saban era as fans know it, but for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as well. Over the years, he has been credited as a music composer, composing and arranging the theme songs for the series, background music, and providing background vocals for songs.
The new season is set to air in early 2019 – not long of a wait for fans to see what kind of music he and Guezoum will bring to the new series.
The Power Rangers are going full on “beast mode” with its 26th season of Power Rangers Beast Morphers, which releases on Nickelodeon in 2019. Featuring an all-new cast of heroes and villains, Power Rangers Beast Morphers will expand the Power Rangers universe with tactical leather suits, ‘Beast Bot’ sidekicks and elevated battle footage.
Set in the future, a secret agency combines a newly discovered substance called “Morph–X” with animal DNA to create the Power Rangers Beast Morphers team. The Rangers must fight off an evil sentient computer virus bent on taking over the source of all Ranger power, the Morphin Grid itself.