RS Recommends: M&M's Kacey Musgraves and Rosalia-Inspired Collab Arrives Online

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M&M’S is celebrating some of the most acclaimed artists in recent years with a musically-inspired collection featuring the M&M characters reimagined as album covers.

The M&M’S “Album Art Packs” were first announced in January and are now available to buy online at mms.com. The collection includes M&M characters inspired by Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour album; H.E.R.’s self-titled album; Rosalía’s El Mal Querer; and David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane.

Choose from a “share size” bag of milk chocolate M&Ms, peanut M&Ms, peanut butter M&Ms or M&M minis. Each pack retails for $4.49 on mms.com.

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M&Ms says it chose albums from “four barrier-breaking and award-winning artists,” adding that they wanted to “span a variety of music genres to ensure that fans from different cultures, backgrounds and generations are seen and represented.”

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Musgraves posted about the collaboration last week on Twitter, adding the “good in a glass, good on green” lyrics from her song, “Slow Burn.” Musgraves’ M&Ms are still available online as of this writing, though Bowie’s Aladdin Sane-inspired M&Ms have sold out.

“From our perennially favorite chocolate to new product innovations to must-visit retail stores, the M&M’S brand has a long-standing history of bringing joy and fun to fans, and M&M’S Album Art is the next step on this journey,” says Sarah Long, Chief Marketing Officer, Mars Wrigley North America in a press release. “M&M’S Album Art harnesses the power of music to connect people by helping them find their commonalities rather than focus on their differences, to inspire a deeper sense of belonging.”

Want to get your hands on the chocolates? The limited-edition M&M’S Album Art packs are available now in select stores and online at mms.com.

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