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Project Sekai Music Video Features Collaboration with Megurine Luka

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Sega and Colorful Palette has released a new music video for Project Sekai, which features a collaboration with the Vocaloid Megurine Luka. Megurine Luka originally performed the song, “ECHO.” However, this version is a mash-up with the Vivid BAD SQUAD, which is a group within the Project Sekai universe. The official Project Sekai Colorful Stage! ft. Hatsune Miku YouTube account uploaded the new music video. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Like the original release, Crusher P composed this new version of “ECHO.” The artist composed the original song using Megurine Luka, and this new version adds Project Sekai group Vivid BAD SQUAD to the mix. The new music video also features illustrations of the in-universe group.

You can watch the music video for “ECHO” below.

In February 2021, a Hatsune Miku and Project Sekai collaboration song was released. Similar to “ECHO,” this song is a spin on a previously released Vocaloid song. In January 2021, Project Sekai added a new song produced by Vocaloid producer 40mP into the game. An in-game idol group went on to perform the song.

Project Sekai Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku is available in Japan for iOS and Android. There is currently no word of an English localization or Western release.

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