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Duration 8m 11s
Record Label Cartoon Network / WaterTower Music
Release Date December 4, 2020
Genre Soundtrack
 

Steven Universe Future (VGR Remix)

Steven Universe

Available in MQA and 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats
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1.1
Being Human (feat. QORA / Hyper Potions & VGR Mix)
Steven Universe; QORA
3:12
1.2
Being Human (feat. Emily King / VGR Mix)
Steven Universe; Emily King
2:57
1.3
I'd Rather Be Me (With You / feat. Zach Callison / VGR Mix)
Steven Universe; Zach Callison
2:02
Duration    8m 11s
Cartoon Network releases the VGR Remix album for the soundtrack to the sequel series to Steven Universe, entitled Steven Universe Future. The series focuses on the aftermath of the events of Steven Universe, where humans and Gems coexist in harmony after the end of the war between the Crystal Gems and Homeworld. Without the threats of the Diamonds or corrupted Gems, Steven must deal with the everyday challenges that still come with his now relatively peaceful life, and question his new life objectives.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Cartoon Network / WaterTower Music Studio Masters

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