Sony Music launches Iconic Music Backgrounds

Backgrounds are available for video conferencing

Sony Music has launched Iconic Music Backgrounds for video conferencing, featuring a collection of imagery from Sony Music artists’ most recognizable and celebrated album covers and music videos. With millions of people using video conferencing to work and socialize from home, Iconic Music Backgrounds allows users to replace the backdrop of their homes and insert themselves into their favorite album covers and music videos, from the 1960s to the present day.

Users are able to virtually immerse themselves into their favorite music moments, from culture-defining albums from Bob Dylan and Wu-Tang Clan, to pop classics from Britney Spears and *NSYNC; Nas’ hip hop masterpiece Illmatic, country classics from Willie Nelson and many more. Sony Music has rounded up the most iconic and celebrated music video moments from throughout the years for users to choose from with more classic albums and video stills to be released in the coming months.

The site was developed in collaboration between Sony Music UK’s 4th Floor Creative and Legacy Recordings, the catalogue division of Sony Music Entertainment.

Full list of available backgrounds below:

  • Bob Dylan – Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan
  • Britney Spears – Baby One More Time
  • Britney Spears – Oops!…I Did It Again
  • Khalid – Free Spirit
  • LSD – LSD
  • Mobb Deep – The Infamous
  • Nas – Illmatic
  • *NSYNC – No Strings Attached
  • Willie Nelson – Red Headed Stranger
  • Wu-Tang Clan – 36 Chambers
  • George Ezra – Shotgun
  • Judas Priest – Painkiller
  • Jamiroquai – A Funk Odyssey
  • Pinkfong – Baby Shark
  • Primal Scream – Loaded
  • Big Brother & The Holding Company – Cheap Thrills

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