Square Enix Music Channel Launches on YouTube

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SE MusicAfter years shying away from streaming its extensive music catalogue, Square Enix has opened an official Square Enix Music Channel on YouTube. As of writing, the channel hosts four videos: an introduction video, an interview with SE Music Director Keiji Kawamori (with surprise guest Nobuo Uematsu!), and two mixes – one mellow and one hype. The channel also has curated lists of music from individual series, including Final Fantasy, the SaGa series, Seiken Densetsu, Chrono Trigger/Chrono Cross, and NieR. There are also curated channels for recommended music, as well as Bravely Default, SINoALICE, Octopath Traveler, choBIT, and several others.

According to the channel’s official Twitter account, more videos are expected to be added.

SE first began streaming its music on Spotify in 2019.

What music would you like to see SE add to the channel? Any remixes you’re dying for them to make?

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