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Charli XCX and Galantis (and Mario) have teamed up for a new track

It's a theme song for Super Nintendo World in Japan. Obviously.
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Published: 10:20 am, January 14, 2020
Charli XCX and Galantis (and Mario) have teamed up for a new track

Sometimes, we're forced to wonder who is dreaming up Charli XCX's career. Not in a bad way. In the best way.

See, not only do you have her shifting musical colour palette - always pop, but never standing still - but you've got the other stuff too. You've got her riding space dolphins while singing the Spice Girls, or, like today, singing alongside Toad out of Mario, while our favourite plumber whoops over the top.

Yep, our Chaz has teamed up with Galantis to record a new song for Super Nintendo World, a theme park opening in Japan's Universal Studios in Osaka ahead of this summer's Olympics. Titled 'We Are Born To Play', it's all very jolly and bright, and weaves in some iconic video game music along the way. You can check it out below.

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