J Balvin has new music coming out soon, and so does The Pokémon Company. At the end of the Pokémon Day 25th anniversary virtual concert Saturday (February 27th), headlined by Post Malone , a somewhat ambiguous end card appeared on screen with Balvin and Katy Perry 's names. Rolling Stone has learned that both Balvin and Perry — who was announced as the face of Pokémon's celebratory P25 campaign in January — are creating original songs as part of a 14-track album called Pokémon 25: The Album . It will include music by 11 different Universal Music Group (UMG) artists and be released by Capitol Records in the fall. On the phone with Rolling Stone from Miami, Balvin said that his song isn't done yet, but it's close. The reggaeton superstar added that he just can't stop sifting through sounds from Pokémon games and TV episodes, trying to create a smash single that will appeal to fans of both his and Pikachu's worlds. "We're gonna come up with a crazy song. It's going to catch everybody's ear," Balvin tells Rolling Stone. " It's easy to make a Pokémon song if you just want that fan base, but we're not close-minded…. Read full this story
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