While we've received numerous unofficial remixes and bootlegs, the EP, entitled Squid Game (Let's Play), features four official songs. Alok's cut is an amalgamation of two songs from the show: the unmistakable "Pink Soldiers" theme and the eerie tune from the iconic "Red Light, Green Light" scene. TOKiMONSTA has produced a rework of the latter, brilliantly interlacing her own vocals alongside a funky house beat in "The Flower Blooms."
Chart-topping dance music trio Cheat Codes went a different route, creating a tense bass house remix of "Way Back Then." The EP then concludes with a unique take courtesy of MayTree, who fused a number of songs from the soundtrack into a singular a capella.
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"As a Korean American, seeing this type of representation paired with boundary-breaking acceptance is important for Asian minorities living in Western societies," TOKiMONSTA told Netflix. "That being said, after watching [Squid Game] I felt inspired to write something unique and tied to my Korean roots. In Korean, the ‘Red Light, Green Light’ moment is based on a Korean game I grew up with—the words actually saying, 'The hibiscus flower is blooming/blossoming.' I created a fun song, using my own voice to sing the lyric in Korean."
You can listen to Squid Game (Let's Play) on streaming platforms here.