The music of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu is composed and produced in conjunction with the development of the TV series based on the LEGO toyline. The series' score has been written by Jay Vincent and Michael Kramer since it began in 2011, with Jay and Michael having written the scores for all fifteen seasons and two TV specials. Jesi Nelson, who collaborated with Kramer on the soundtrack for LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, did additional music for Ninjago for Seasons 7, 11, and 12. Daniel Markovich, Brian Rivlin & Steven Gizzi started contributing to the score as well, from Season 12: Prime Empire onwards. In total, nearly 200 tracks have been released from the pilot episodes up to season eight, from 2012 to the present day.
Despite the popularity of the series' score, little of it has been officially released through soundtrack albums. Albums for the first and second seasons were released in 2014 and 2016, respectively with 19 soundtracks each (although season 1's album also includes soundtracks from the pilot episodes). In 2022, it was announced that every season receive an official album release starting with Crystalized. Jay Vincent began releasing the score on his YouTube channel in August 2012, and Michael Kramer started doing so on his own channel in September 2017. The two also have SoundCloud accounts where they post pieces from the score.
Outside of scoring the TV show, Michael has been focused on compiling and releasing soundtrack albums for each season, which was done for season one in 2014, and season two in 2016. He is still trying to do so for all the seasons that have come out since.
The soundtrack for Zane's visions is used twice in the season. The first part consists of a dramatic rendition of Zane's theme. It then transitions to a slower rendition of Aspheera's theme, before switching to the Ice Samurai theme for the end part. 2b1af7f3a8