Pokemon Go Meets Hip Hop Via Apple Music Playlist! Sheme Watson August 3, 2016 Digital, Digital Entertainment, Tech, Video Games Pokemon Mania has officially reached critical mass, with an average of 21 million daily users in the US and an estimated 30 million users worldwide. The game has decimated all previous download records, it is used more than Twitter and Facebook and has been pegged the next big trend in tech. Pokemon Go has become a phenomenal success, not seen since the likes of Angry Birds, FarmVille or Candy Crush Saga! What better way to celebrate and enjoy “the world’s most popular mobile game” (reported by Android Authority) but with a playlist? The world’s first Hip Hop influenced Pokemon Go playlist has been spotted on Apple Music and it features some of rap and R&B’s most revered hits. All of you trainers out there now have the perfect playlist to “catch ’em all” to. Hip Hop and R&B’s elite appear throughout the playlist, including Fat Joe‘s “Make It Rain,” Lloyd Banks‘ “On Fire,” Dr. Dre‘s “The Next Episode,” Lil Wayne‘s “Fire Man,” Bell Biv Devoe‘s “Poison” and Jeezy‘s “Trap or Die,” plus more. The playlist is composed of songs that fit Pokemon Go’s theme, Pokemon (Pocket Monsters), their types, and abilities. As you guys hit the streets in pursuit of that rare Pokemon or mill about Central Park in search of the ever so elusive Mew, tune into the playlist while you “catch ’em all” (or die tryin’). The Pokemon Go playlist can be accessed via Apple Music.