Pokémon Celebrates 25 Years With New Album Collaboration


Capitol Records announced a new album in celebration of 25 years of Pokémon coming later this year. After a global virtual concert, recording artist Post Malone and the Pokémon Company revealed details for the year-long event.

Artists included on the anniversary album include J Balvin, icon and headliner, Katy Perry, and more from Post Malone himself. The release of each song from P25 will include a music video as well as exclusive merchandise celebrating the artist and Pokémon character. Just like the video game adventures, there is one more surprise artist yet to be announced for Pokémon 25: The album.

The album itself will feature 14 songs by 11 different artists, including Post Malone’s cover of “Only Wanna Be With You – Pokémon 25 Version,” which was performed at the virtual concert.

Pokémon has released the full concert online, available for all on their official YouTube channel, and the official 25th anniversary site, here.

To keep up on all the latest information of P25 and the year long celebrations, follow along here.

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