As part of Pokemon’s 25th anniversary celebration, The Pokemon Company has unveiled two new music albums inspired by Pokemon video games.
Pokemon 25: The Red EP is available to stream now on services like Spotify and Apple Music, among others. It contains three songs by recording artists Vince Staples, Cyn and Mabel.
Later in August, Pokemon 25: The Blue EP will be released, which will feature remixes of the three songs from The red EP created by recording artist ZHU.
The three songs featured on Pokemon 25: The Red EP will also appear on the P25 Music album which will be released on Capitol Records this fall. The ZHU remixes of The blue EP will be included with the digital version of the P25 Music album.
In a press release, Colin Palmer, vice president of marketing at The Pokemon Company International, commented on these albums:
“The Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue video games introduced Pokémon to the world 25 years ago and we wanted to recognize this important part of the franchise during our 25th anniversary celebrations as part of the P25 Music campaign. Pokémon fans will appreciate it. a nod to the first Pokémon video game with these EPs, while music fans will enjoy exciting new songs and artist remixes on these dual collections. “
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