Post Malone and Pokémon: Such a crazy combination may work.
Ma Long is honored to live stream P25 music on Pokémon’s YouTube and Twitch accounts and its website with virtual music on Saturday (of course the official Pokémon Day). This is a year-long celebration in collaboration with Universal Music Group. . The tribute time is very short, arrived in less than 15 minutes, but laid the foundation for the appearance of other P25 music: showcasing the vast world of Pokémon, while also attracting your Hot 100 temporary audience.
Moreover, Malone doesn’t seem to be on the stage like his interpretation of the classic “Pokémon Rap” (although this writer, in terms of its value, he is still happy to see it). It might look like other virtual concerts—if not for the various Pokémon spinning around Malone throughout the show. Just like the Travis Scott̵
The concert kicked off with an animated version of Malone (which debuted in preparation for the game earlier this week), greeting a stadium of seemingly tens of thousands of pixelated fans, when the giant Pikachu electrocuted him. Jumped into the hit song “Psycho”. stage. When Ma Long continued to perform, he was taken to a floating piece of land, touring various environments to discover different types of Pokémon. After soaring in Butterfree, he entered his hit single “Circles” and found himself in a dark forest surrounded by glowing Shiinotic and Umbreon.
In the end, he was also taken to more places in the Pokémon world-from Braviary’s sky to Jellicent’s ocean. He actually continued to perform his new work for P25 music. His album is “Only Wanna Be With You” by Hootie & Blowfish, sampling the theme of Ecruteak City from “Pokémon Gold and Silver”, making Nintendo dazzling while dancing and Charizard And Groudon.
Is it strange to watch the cartoon Malone atmosphere with the legendary Pokémon while singing his interpretation of Hootie’s hit songs? of course can. But, on its own, this is just an appropriate tribute to Pokémon’s long-term relationship with top musicians. After all, who can forget Donna Summer’s powerful singing in “The Power of One” to seal “Pokémon: Movie 2000”? Pokémon has been recruiting famous artists to celebrate their Pokémon-Malone (he is obviously a fan of Pokémon, insisting on playing Game Boy Colour just to play games) is just the latest thing in a long time.
After Malone returned to the gym and collaborated with Quavo to “congratulate” to end his performance, he laughed at some new things in P25 music: Katy Perry, J. Balvin and the new music of “More Artists” . Who can guess who Pokémon Perry and Balvin will dance with, or which classic games they might try in the new product, is anyone’s guess. But it’s clear that the Pokémon Company will do its best to celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of the world’s most durable franchises.