Why did they stop dubbing One Piece?
Why did English dub anime companies stop dubbing anime songs?
I suppose to save some money. Dubbing a song in English always seemed like a rare thing anyway. Anime licensing / dubbing companies here in the US are always trying to save as much as possible to keep them in the black.
They need extra time and money to find a singer to sing the song in English, get access to the instrumental version of the song (unless they decide to create their own instrumental, which is even more expensive), and give the singer Time to study and practice the song, then get them to record the song.
The alternative is to leave the song as is in Japanese and use subtitles for the lyrics.
For these companies, it's just not worth the effort. If they do, it's because they believe the show will sell better that way.
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