German-born hip hop producer and world traveler Jokabi (Chilltendo) has produced Zelda’s Lofi Kingdom, a collection of chill beats inspired by music from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

The album is presented by record label GameChops, and is available on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and other streaming platforms.

Artist Jokabi collaborated with his brother Mikel (creator of a series of Zelda lofi music albums, Zelda & Chill) on three of the tracks. The album artwork is by Christian Benavides (Voyager Spirit)

The full track list is sure to tickle your nostalgia ears for two of Zelda’s biggest games in recent years:

  1. Title Theme
  2. The Lost Woods
  3. Korok Forest
  4. Sky Labyrinth (feat. Mikel)
  5. Rito Village
  6. Hateno Village
  7. Sidon’s Theme
  8. Mineru’s Theme
  9. Colgera Battle (feat. Mikel)
  10. Zora’s Domain
  11. Mipha Court
  12. Gerudo Town (feat. Mikel)
  13. Lurelin Village
  14. Great Fairy Fountain

“The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was released on my birthday while I was traveling Japan for the first time,” said Jokabi. “It didn’t take long for me to fall in love with it and its soundtrack, and what started off with just a few remix sketches ended up turning into an entire album.

“The soundtracks have a lot of woodwinds, and my trip through Japan influenced me to include traditional instruments like the dadi and shakuhachi throughout Zelda’s Lofi Kingdom. Given my brother Mikel had ended the Zelda & Chill series recently, I knew fans would be happy to hear his style represented here as well. The illustrator and animator Voyager Spirit is amazingly talented, and perfectly captured the essence of the music with his stunning artwork. It feels like everything fell into place perfectly.”

Check out GameChops for other excellent video game music, chill and otherwise!

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