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This article is about the music item. For the party, see Play Wild Party.

Play Wild is a piece of members-only music.

Cover Art[]

Play Wild's cover has a pale off-white background with two music notes. The first music note is a quarter note and has a zebra skin pattern. The second music note is two-eighth notes. It has a giraffe skin pattern.


Play Wild starts off with a hip-hop-esque drumbeat and a plucky synth bass. Next, the song introduces an electric piano, utilizing a simple melody. In the final bar of this section, a vocoded voice says "Awh yeah, play wild." This section then repeats once more. Afterwards, there is a short buildup into the main section of the song. The voice then says "Animal, Animal, Animal Jam" whilst the beat begins to pick up. This section repeats four times. The outro is very similar to the intro, except with a different bassline.


The Play Wild was initially released on August 9, 2011, as one of the default den music choices for members from the Edit Den interface and returns during the Jamaalidays. It was most recently released on June 20, 2024, in the Play Wild Shop and left on July 4, 2024.

Release History Details
OriginArrival DateDeparture Date
Edit Den interfaceAugust 9, 2011October 27, 2011
Music ShopOctober 27, 2011Unknown
New Year's ShopDecember 28, 2017January 10, 2018
New Year's ShopDecember 28, 2018Unknown
New Year's ShopDecember 31, 2019Unknown
New Year's ShopDecember 27, 2020January 14, 2021
New Year's ShopDecember 30, 2021Unknown
Play Wild ShopJune 16, 2022July 2022
New Year's ShopDecember 29, 2022January 2023
Play Wild ShopJune 15, 2023July 6, 2023
New Year's ShopDecember 28, 2023February 2, 2024
Play Wild ShopJune 20, 2024July 4, 2024


  • The Dinner Party and the Play Wild Party use this music.
  • This is often mistaken as "Beta", although it was not sold in the Beta Testing and no other den music was sold in the beta.
  • This song uses samples from the Casio Rapman.



Samples used in the Play Wild track (Source: Casio Rapman). The second sample is pitched up in the song