Sesame Street Records is back.
Sesame Street and Warner Music Group’s imprint Arts Music has partnered with each other to relaunch Sesame Street Record in the US and Canada.
This new partnership will mark the first time in more than 20 years that new music from Sesame Street will be made available to the public on a regular basis.
Many iconic singers have appeared next to the puppets and performed with them. Some of these icons include Stevie Wonder, Patti Labelle, Ray Charles, Bruno Mars, and Ed Sheeran.
Included in the partnership, Sesame Street’s musical catalog will be available on streaming services and digital platforms. In addition to their catalog being available, Sesame Street plans on sharing never-before-released music from past and present seasons. Some of the music will feature guest appearances from pop stars and other celebrities.
The record label will also release new thematic CD and vinyl next year,
The imprint Arts Music is focusing on signing, musical theater, jazz, children’s music, soundtracks, and film scores.
In 1970 Sesame Street first began releasing albums. In 1974, the puppet’s TV show launched its own label. Although their record label failed in 1984, the show continued to partner with other labels to release projects.