Sugarland’s Kristian Bush Is a Monster

Develops new character for My Singing Monsters app.

It took actually downloading the My Singing Monsters app to truly appreciate the genius of what Sugarland’s Kristian Bush has done.

Kristian is the music behind a new character in the popular app, developed by Big Blue Bubble, that allows players to create a band of monsters with customizable names, who each make their own sound. Kristian became a fan of the game after his 11-year-old son introduced him to it. “This whole experience has been a blast,” he says. “I’ve always wanted to let my inner monster out . . . and I think I’m finally about to impress my son.”

The aptly named “Shugabush” monster made its debut in the game today, and while we haven’t made it to the level to earn a Shugabush yet (a pop-up in the game says it comes at Level 9), a release says the monster has Kristian’s “sweet mandolin and unmistakable voice.”

Wanna play? My Singing Monsters is available on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. It’s free!

 Preview of the Shugabush Monster

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