Where to buy M&M’s album covers with Kacey Musgraves and Rosalía Designs

They say music makes the world go round, so it was only a matter of time before everyone’s favorite round treat, M&M’s, joined the party. M&M’s just launched a new collection of limited-edition album packs, and music lovers of all genres can score a bag of M&M’s inspired by your favorite album. Here’s what you need to know about where to buy M&M’s album packs featuring designs by Kacey Musgraves and Rosalía.

M&M’s Announces Album Art Packs January 25. The new collection inserts your favorite M&M characters – yes, including Mrs. Green – into four iconic album covers: sane aladdin by David Bowie (1973), HER by SHE (2017), El Mal Querer by Rosalia (2018), and golden hour by Kacey Musgraves (2018). Album Art Packs come in Milk Chocolate, Peanut, Peanut Butter, and Mini varieties, and they come in four different sizes: Single Size (1.69 ounces), Share Size (2, 83 ounces), Share Size (10.8 ounces) and Party Size (38 ounces). Prices vary by store, but you can expect a range between 99 cents and $10.99.

OK, now on to the fun part, the art: the Yellow M&M can be found doing its best Bowie impression, and fans of the Brown M&M will have to look closely to find it paying homage to HER’s first draft. On the heels of its controversial makeover, the Green M&M pays tribute to Kacey Musgraves and Rosalía.

On the golden hour package, the Green M&M stands before an empty skyline and hides behind Musgraves’ signature pink paper fan. True to the sky theme, the Green M&M channels its inner angel on the El Mal Querer pack while floating on clouds in a white dress, just like Rosalía did in 2018.

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Late In January, Album Art packs will be available at grocery stores, convenience stores and other national retailers, like Target and Walmart. Packs inspired by the album are also available now on the M&M’s website for $4.49 a bag, but if I were you, I wouldn’t take your order very long, because the Album Art packs are here for a limited time while supplies last.

After you’ve finished your M&M’s, you can keep the party going by scanning the QR code on the front of the bag, which will take you to MMS.com/AlbumArt where you can learn more about each artist, access their catalogs through Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube, get bonus content, and more.

No matter what genre, era or M&M’s flavors you like, there’s a pack of album covers for everyone. If you choose to pick up your pack in store, be sure to check CDC guidelines for the latest health rules before your trip to the grocery store.

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