Disney’s classic songs are now lo-fi beats to relax/study to

It even has a looping video of Minnie Mouse at her desk.

Disney has released an album of lo-fi instrumental covers of some of their classic songs, creating a collection of nostalgic beats for you to relax/study to. They’re even accompanied by a looping animation of Minnie Mouse studying — clearly inspired by YouTuber ChilledCow’s famous Study Girl from “lofi hip hop radio – beats to relax/study to.

Released on Friday, Lofi Minnie: Focus adapts 10 songs from Disney films into chill lo-fi tunes, from The Lion King‘s “Hakuna Matata” and “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King,” to Frozen 2‘s “Into The Unknown.” It’s a fairly short playlist at only 24 minutes long, but perhaps it’s for the best that songs such as Encanto‘s “Surface Pressure” didn’t make the cut.

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Each track was produced by a different lo-fi artist, with contributors including Purrple CatPhilanthrope, and Krynoze.

“What attracted us to lo-fi is the ability to reimagine our songs in a completely new way that combines the soothing benefits of lo-fi with the wonder and nostalgia that Disney has to offer,” said Disney in a statement. “Lo-fi and Disney are both a great source of comfort, so the two make for a perfect match.”

All 10 lo-fi Disney songs are divided into their own YouTube clips and collected into a playlist, meaning your relaxation will probably be interrupted by a loud ad for Grammarly more than once. Fortunately, Lofi Minnie: Focus is also available on SpotifyAmazon Music, and Apple Music, letting you chill out to “A Whole New World” on whichever platform you’ve already paid to remove ads on.

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Amanda Yeo

Amanda Yeo is The Rant Mag's reporter, covering entertainment, culture, tech, science, and social good. She previously worked in refugee law to assist people seeking asylum in Australia, and holds degrees in both Communication and Laws. After making the switch to journalism, her articles have appeared in numerous publications such as Kotaku, Fandom, and Empire Magazine.

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