Warner Music Group’s Arts Music division and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind the iconic children’s show Sesame Street, have teamed up to re-launch Sesame Street Records in the United States and Canada. As a result of the multi-year deal, a deep catalog of beloved Sesame Street recordings is now available across digital streaming and download platforms, with brand-new compilation titles on CD and vinyl formats.
Arts Music’s plans for the revitalized imprint include: never-before-released music from current and past seasons of Sesame Street, including appearances by pop stars and other notable celebrities; new thematic compilations aligned with educational topics featured in current and upcoming seasons of Sesame Street; and new cover songs and parodies that originate outside of the TV show. New titles featuring these songs will debut in early 2019.
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