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P25 Music


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Dec 15, 2009
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I'm a music geek, so the P25 Music project has been one of the most exciting parts of the anniversary celebrations for me. It was thrilling, and a bit surreal, to see such high-profile artists as Kygo and Rita Ora getting involved in the Detective Pikachu film in 2019, and now more artists including Post Malone, Katy Perry and Mabel are collaborating with the Pokémon franchise for its upcoming compilation album.

What's your favourite song so far? What did you think of Post Malone's virtual concert? And who are you hoping might get involved next? Share your thoughts here!


Jun 24, 2017
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I don't really like any of the songs that I've heard so far, although Katy Perry's Electric at least had a cute music video that wasn't too bad. Frankly, I don't really understand why they got Katy Perry to sing a song for this 25th anniversary project considering that her fanbase is almost non-existent these days and they hardly supported the single. Same with Post Malone's contribution really, and I'm not sure why a franchise whose core demographic is elementary school kids would have anything in common with "culture vulture" Post Malone, anyway.
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