Norwegian Cruise Line ‘Feel Free’ Commercial

Featuring Song "Freedom" By Pitbull

Nothing like an ad from a cruise line to make the viewers think about going on vacation. The spot we are covering today is from the Norwegian Cruise Line which has a commercial called 'Feel Free'. The advert uses the song "Freedom" by Rapper Pitbull whose real name is Armando Christian Pérez.

 

'Be Free' Is The Message

When companies are trying to sell their goods or services to viewers, they try everything possible to get their message across to them. The Norwegian Cruise Line's directive on this ad is for everyone to feel free, be free to do what they want once they are on one of their ships.  In fact, on the company's YouTube account where this commercial is found, the description is clear. The cruise line tells people that "You’re free. Free to dine, free to dance, free to relax." Well, that's something most people are looking for these days anyway, so the message is a great one.

 

Original Commercial -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vuc9Q32Qwok

 

About That Cruise

In the ad, we first see a beautiful view of the ocean and then the huge ship as it sails into the waters. As the song from the Pitbull blares in the background, we also see some folks jumping in the water and doing all kinds of fun things on the ship. The ad uses large text throughout the commercial with messages of what those who go on the cruise can expect. Of course, being able to sail to the most beautiful destinations in the world is something most of us would jump at the chance to do. One of the great things about the ad is the energetic feel it has. That can be relayed back to the catchy song used which makes anyone who hears it want to jump, dance and move along with the rhythm.

 

Original Song -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fj0K60d4dTo

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Lyrics Used In Advert -

Hey, yeah, I like this right here

Makes me feel free

It's got that, uh, you know, that

Bom, ba-dum bum, ba-da-da-da-da (Mr.)

Bom, ba-dum bum, ba-da-da-da-da (World...)

Bom, ba-dum bum, ba-da-da-da-da (...wide)

Let's escape

I'm free to do what I want and have a good time

Now somebody, anybody, everybody, say

Cause I'm free to do what I want and have a good time

Now somebody, anybody, everybody, say

Feel free,

have the time of our lives,

let's all get wild tonight

Feel free,

get on the ship and cruise the world

Are you with it, girl?”

I'm free to do what I want and have a good time

Now somebody, anybody, everybody, say

Cause I'm free to do what I want and have a good time

Now somebody, anybody, everybody, say

Feel free,

have the time of our lives,

let's all get wild tonight

Feel free,

 

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See PitBull Perform  Live On A Cruise

Kistunes has discovered the Norwegian Cruise Line use of the Pitbull song in their ad was based on more than the tune being so catchy and groovy. In fact, on an article featured on Billboard magazine's website, there's plenty of details about the  Norwegian campaign announcing a 2017 Pitbull cruise with "Once in a lifetime" performances by the artist. According to Billboard, the Pitbull After Dark Party on the Norwegian Pearl is scheduled to run from March 10-13, 2017. The planned Pitbull cruise is set to sail from his own hometown of Miami all the way to the Bahamas. Many companies end up teaming up with artists or celebrities and create a campaign which benefits them both. Such is the case here in this cruise-concert combination.

 

Happy Sailings

The commercial was created by the  BBDO Atlanta advertising agency for the cruise line. Although it is still too early to say how successful the campaign will be as far as the concert goes, we are sure the cruises will be great. After all, everyone one of us is looking for a chance to 'feel free' once in awhile.

GEICO "Final Countdown" TV Commercial

Featuring Tune "The Final Countdown" by Europe

If there's an advertizer which has made their commercials very successful through wit, great songs and humor it’s Geico, the insurance company. One of those ads, "Final Countdown" is the most recent in a series of commercials most of us have grown accustomed to from Geico. The ad features the hit song "The Final Countdown" from the Rock group Europe.

 

Original Commercial -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH1biQdyiQI

 

Commercials Are Part Of Us

 

While numerous people may find most commercials annoying or boring, they are the way viewers can find out about products and services they may need or want. Still, there are those ads which make you laugh, giggle or simply enjoy them. Whatsmore, certain ads use catchy songs or tunes which had previously been huge hits to make the commercial even more alluring & amusing. Geico has perfected the concept as they usually combine all three into all of their ads. This particular advert in question takes place in a lunchroom of an office. The office appears to be just another everyday workplace break room. In the ad, we see a man standing by the microwave as he begins to heat up his lunch, a burrito. As he plays with his cellular phone while waiting for his burrito to heat up, the tune from "The Final Countdown" song begins to play. On cue, he looks around to see where the music is coming from. Out of nowhere, the band Europe appears in the office break room as they perform on a stage. The viewers are given a wide shot of the lunch room which shows numerous people sitting there watching what's unraveling before them. With sparks flying from the stage, the band rocks on singing the song loudly.

We then hear a Voice-over come on using a man's voice which says "If you're the band Europe, you love a final countdown. It's what you do. If you want to save 15% or more on car insurance, you switch to GEICO. It's what you do."

Of course, most of us who watch Geico commercials are all too familiar already with their motto and the "It's what you do" line.

 

 

 

Original Song -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jK-NcRmVcw

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

 

It's the final countdown

 

the final countdown

 

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Humor Makes Ads Great

Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, knows that viewers (and us) really enjoy ads such as these. Most successful commercials usually use humor to get viewers to enjoy them so they forget they are being advertised to. One really funny part of this advert is towards the ending. An older woman who had a really serious expression on her face at the beginning, is now seen grooving to the rhythm of the song. The even funnier part, is that she still has a serious looking expression on her face and that her co-worker, another serious looking woman, looks at her incredulously.

Geico Is On A Roll!

This is our second commercial from Geico we have featured here already recently. We hope the insurance conglomerate continues to make great ads, with catchy tunes and funny situations. After all, being able to enjoy an ad is one of the great things about watching Television.

 

Xbox 360 - Gears of War "Mad World Trailer" Commercial

Tune Used In Ad: "Mad World" By Gary Jules

When you have a commercial which is so good that it makes people instantly rush out to buy the product being advertised, then you know it is a huge success. Such was the case with this beautifully filmed classic from Microsoft's X-Box 360 division. The ad in question is called "Mad World Trailer" for the epic game "Gears Of War".

 

 

Original Commercial =

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy8LRlS1SCc

 

Buy Me An XBox Please!


Within months of this trailer commercial being aired, the sales for the X-Box 360 consoles spiked dramatically. This was due to the trailer being so well received, as well as the game itself. Critics all over the world praised this epic piece of film (even though it was animated) for various reasons. For the younger kids who saw the ad, they immediately fell in love with the captivating graphics displayed during the trailer.  It seemed that every person who saw the ad wanted or went out and purchased the console which was offered with the game "Gears Of War" at the time. For the most part, everyone who watched the trailer ad was so blown away by the breath-taking graphics and production. In fact, most viewers had a hard time believing it was an ad for a video game at first.

Original Song =

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N3N1MlvVc4

 

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Lyrics Used In Advert =

 

 

All around me are familiar faces

Worn out places, worn out faces

Bright and early for their daily races

Going nowhere, going nowhere

Their tears are filling up their glasses

No expression, no expression

Hide my head I want to drown my sorrow

No tomorrow, no tomorrow

And I find it kinda funny, I find it kinda sad

The dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had

I find it hard to tell you, I find it hard to take

When people run in circles it's a very very

mad world mad world

 

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Song & Add Beautifully Combined

Of course, one of the reasons the ad was also so well received was due to the awesome soundtrack used to accompany it. The song used in the ad was "Mad World" by Gary Jules. The tune was part of the soundtrack from the very popular and critically well received Hollywood movie "Donnie Darko". Every once in awhile you get an ad which combines both the graphics or film so well with the song used that it makes it a perfect combination together. This is the case in this commercial as the dark, sadness feeling one gets when listening to the tune takes effect. Perhaps the popularity of the movie also served as a background to boost the sales for the game and console as well as the likeability of the ad too.

A Tribute To A Classic

Although this is an old ad which was originally aired back in 2006, we felt compelled to write about it. One of the reasons behind this decision is based on the fact that Microsoft is paying tribute to this ad in a new version of the trailer commercial. The new ad will be for the “Gears of War: Ultimate Edition” game of for the Xbox One game console. The new trailer uses the same song as the original. However, According to GameSpot, there are some major changes between the two videos and commercials. One thing is for sure though; you do not have to be a fan of the Xbox console or even the Gears of Wars games series to truly appreciate this epic and classic trailer as well as the beautiful song used.

 

PayPal "New Money in Town" Commercial

Featuring Song "Confident" By Demi Lovato.

 

This year's Super Bowl 50 has given us many great commercials for us to match songs to thus far. This new advert we are reviewing from the Online payment system PayPal, is the latest to join our list. So far, Kistunes, the app which helps users find the names of the songs used in ads, has covered about four spots which have aired during Super Bowl 50.

 

Original Commercial -

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dF9t_xQGks

 

 

Move Over Old Money

 

PayPal had never advertised during the big game before. However, their first entry spot was a very unique, stylish and eye catching piece of work. The electronic payment conglomerate used this ad to tell people it is time to get used to electronic transactions and that electronic payments are here to stay. With a combination of dynamic text appearing as the ad begins and ends, their message was very clear; make room for the new, and out with the old. To add to the vivacity & pizazz which oozed from the commercial, the uptempo tune "Confident"  from artist Demi Lovato was used in the advert. However, it was only an instrumentral version of the song which was heard in the background. The song Confident, was the title track and second single from Demi Lovato's fifth studio album. Also, the soundtracked version used was produced by Kanye West himself.

 

Original Song -

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwLRQn61oUY

 

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Lyrics Used In Adver -

 

 

NONE - Instrumental version only

 

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Change Is Here

 

No doubt that the positive reviews and feedback which the ad has received will probably have PayPal advertise in next year's Super Bowl again. The positive reviews are in spite the fact that no song lyrics or talking was ever done during the PayPal commercial. Using big and large bold text messages was enough, it seems. One thing is for certain though; with technology on the rise each year as cellular phones and electronic gadgets usage continues to explode, this new money idea is sure to continue to catch on. The high-energy and fast-paced commercial from PayPal understands that people and the times are changing. Those who do not jump on the fast moving tech train, are sure to be left behind. We’re just glad that such a cool song was used on this commercial to help make it that much more likable.

 

Heinz Ketchup "Weiner Stampede" TV Commercial

With Song "Without You" by Harry Nilsson

If there's one thing you can expect from the ads aired during the Super Bowl, is that you will truly enjoy at least one or two. This is the case with the Heinz Ketchup "Weiner Stampede" commercial which aired during Super Bowl 50 last month. The advert has been a huge success for the ketchup company. For one thing, the ad has created a huge buzz on social media sites as well as in many sites and numerous blogs. 

 

Original Commercial

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNN9nL2vppM

Because Dachshunds Are So Cute

 

 

Using animals in ads works very well as the formula has been proven to work before several times. In truth, one of the  most viewed ads of all time on YouTube, which we covered here, featured cute and adorable animals in it. This Heinz commercial used hundreds of adorable dachshunds and dressed them all up in hot dog costumes.

 

The ad first begins with a single cute little dachshund running on a field as the beautiful song "Without You" by Harry Nilsson plays in the background. With the tune playing on, those watching the ad are immediately anticipating some sad results since the song has that kind of feel to it. However, within seconds of the first puppy appearing, we begin to see hundreds of them running towards the same direction. The cute little puppies are all wearing the same hot dog costumes which in itself is truly adorable to watch. The next screenshot shows where the dogs are finally running towards; a bunch of men, women and a child dressed up in various different Heinz products. From the tomato ketchup to the yellow mustard, the characters are all smiling and grinning as they await the arrival of the dogs.

 

Original Song:

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bQGRRolrg0

 

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Lyrics Used In Advert:

 

No, I can't forget this evening

Or your face as you were leaving

But I guess that's just the way the story goes

You always smile but in your eyes your sorrow shows

Yes, it shows

I can't live if living is without you

I can't live, I can't give anymore

I can't live if living is without you

I can't give, I can't give anymore

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A Very Successful Campaign

This advertising campaign, created by the DAVID Miami agency, is all part of the larger ‘Meet The Ketchups’ line of ads Heinz has been releasing the past few months. It has been very successful with many people finding it really funny and enjoyable. However, using the dogs and the concept of them running to ‘Meet The Ketchups’ was a stroke of genius. The ad has already garnished over 6 million plus views on YouTube and it has been shared on social media sites millions of times as well. Furthermore, the vast majority of comments which we find about the commercial are all very positive. People write about gushing over the dogs and how cute they all are. Still, we cannot forget the song as well. While some may have found it odd that this particular song was used, the depth of the lyrics is what makes it relevant.

Kistunes,  the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, and the entire staff, had a great time reviewing and watching this particular ad. We know that if you haven't done so already, you will too.

Heineken Beer Commercial "The Odyssey"

Featuring Song "16 Toneladas" (16 Tons) by Noriel Vilela

Nothing like a bit of mystery and controversy to generate speculation, gossip and buzz for a commercial. The ad we are making reference to is "The Odyssey" commercial from the Dutch brewing company & beer maker Heineken. The song used in the ad is in the Portuguese language and it is called "16 Toneladas" which means 16 Tons. The tune is sung by Noriel Vilela from Rio De Janeiro, who was a former member of a samba group called Ebony Singers.

Original Commercial

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jpl_fkbiq8

Who Is That Man?

 

In case you have not watched this particular commercial yet, when you do, you will understand why we, and the rest of the world asked "Who is that man?" after seeing the ad. In the ad, we first see a huge cruise ship in the ocean as a man is seen climbing into it. After the long bearded man makes his entrance into the cruise ship, he begins to move about the ship smiling and greeting people as he goes by them. The confusing part of the ad is that as the man continues to mill and move about the ship, his appearance appears to change, somewhat. While the changes are subtle, they are enough to leave the viewer wondering. The man then begins to perform different amazing feats and stunts. Slowly, his appearance starts to change even more to finally let the viewers know that it is in fact different actors being used. Or are they?

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSwbS9ICalQ

Lyrics Used In Song:

 

Embalo como este

Só quem vai curtir

Quem não se machucar

Quando deixa cair

Por isso, vem, vem

Embale na nossa

Este balanço

Tira qualquer um da fossa

Ele é um barato e é da pesada

Esse é o famoso 16 toneladas

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Rocking like this

Only who will enjoy

Are the ones that don't get hurt

When let it fall

Then come, come

Rock on ours

This rocking

Get's anyone out of the ground

It is nice and hard

This is the famous 16 tonnes

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More Interesting Facts

The song used in the ad is not in English which only served to baffle or work to intrigue the viewers even further. The tune is sung by the Portuguese singer Noriel Vilela who died back in 1975. Noriel had a real deep bass voice which helped make him famous. The original ad was created by the Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam agency who hired 20 similar looking men to do this ad. It has been part of the Heineken "Legends" campaign. The promotional movement is based on the concept that people can do anything that they put their minds to. This helps to explain the manifesto used in the ad where we see the different men performing so many feats. There are two versions of the ad, a short one and the long extended one. In the longer version, the secret is revealed at the end of the ad. The man jumps off into the water and the passengers all gasp in disbelief as he falls. While they all run to see what happened to him, it is there that we see all of the men together on a makeshift raft. As the men all look towards the people on the ship, on cue, they all take a vow as if to say “Thank you” to the passengers. Yes, the commercial is very confusing as it leaves you wondering what was going on and who was this man. However, in the end, it was and is a great gimmick which help make it that much better.

 

Kohl's "I've Got The Music In Me" Commercial Featuring Jennifer Lopez

For those people that love great songs used in commercials,  today, we've got a good one for you here. The commercial in reference is from the American department store retail chain giant Kohl's. The song used in the ad is called "I've Got The Music In Me" by Jennifer Lopez.

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGGoKl_Jfik

 

Some Interesting Facts

Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, found some really interesting facts about this commercial and the song used in it. While the ad is for Kohl's, one of the reasons J-LO was used is because it was her clothing line which was being promoted in the advert as well. Of course, Jennifer is also a very popular Hollywood and music artist so Kohl’s knows about name recognition. Miss Lopez, when questioned about the ad, said "We really broke down what I love for this collection and for springtime. It was very kind of ’60s and ’70s inspired.” This was in reference to the theme used in the ad which had that look and feel of the era she mentioned. Another thing some users may not know about the song used in this ad is that the it was originally recorded by The Kiki Dee Band. It was released back in 1974. Also, a few other artists such as Aretha Franklin, Heart, Thelma Houston, Celine Dion and Jordan Sparks covered the song as well.

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-xASdpr2gU

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

I heat up

I cool down

When something gets in my way I go around it

I got the music in me

I got the music in me

I got the music in me

Feel funky feels good

I wanna tell ya

I’m in the neighborhood

I got the music in me

Ain’t got no troubles in my life

 

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An Advert Makes A song

We have seen many cases where a song used in a commercial became so popular or was sought after by viewers so much that the artist ended up recording it. This was the case in this ad since as soon after the commercial was released, many people began to make inquiries about the song. It wasn't long after that the Jennifer Lopez decided to record a full version and released it later. The fact is that many times a song makes a commercial and sometimes an ad makes a song. No matter which case may be, we the viewers, get to enjoy them either way.

 

The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas Commercial

With Funky Electro Song "Twilite Speedball" By Mos Def

This week we are checking out a commercial for the Cosmopolitan of  Las Vegas hotel and casino. The short, but very impressive advert is quite provocative to say the least. That may be due to the message which all commercials for Las Vegas tend to be about. The usual theme for Las Vegas commercials is that "What Happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas". Of course this is in reference to the wild partying, extra curricular activities and indulgences which most people who visit the resort town tend to get into once they are there.

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMyNLVJ-3T8

 

 

Funky Song, Wild Commercial

 

The commercial itself has a very catchy tune which uses no lyrics in the ad whatsoever. However, the uptempo funky electro beat is one of those rhythms you can't seem to get out of your head after you watch this ad. The tune is called "Twilite Speedball" by Mos Def from his album "The Ecstatic"

 

The ad itself tends to resemble some sort of a "James Bond" movie more than a commercial. This may be due to the dark theme used as a template to the advert. In the ad, we see a beautiful blond woman as she begins to dance to the beat from the "Twilight Speedball" tune. As she starts to move, a man reading a newspaper looks up to her with a subtle surprised look. Using mirrors as optical illusions, we are left with the impression that we are watching 3 different women, instead of one. The best part of the ad is another woman playing the drums to the beat of the song as well. Due to optical illusions however, we again see what appears to be 3 women playing the drums instead of just one. It is hard to imagine anyone watching this ad and not being overtaken by the uptempo funky beat. The final ending of the commercial features some text which says "Just the right amount of wrong" as if enticing the viewers of what’s waiting for them in Vegas.

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ja5Ac9DyZ4

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

None - No lyrics used in commercial

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What Happens In Vegas..... 

It goes without saying that this advert and the concept behind it are aimed at adults. Most people are pretty well aware of the kind of adventures one can have once they go to Las Vegas. Numerous viewers have made a few queries into who the girl featured in the ad is. Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, found out her name is Elle Joslyn. Elle is a London-based fashion model who has worked in several other commercials as well. With the funky uptempo tune, the hot model and dark theme, this commercial is a winner.

 

 

T-Mobile "Never Settle For Verizon" TV Commercial

Featuring The Interrupters with Tune "Take Back The Power"

The past few years has seen an unprecedented rise in both the sales and usage of cellular phones. With carriers waging war against one another as they vie for customers, the commercials being made by each one of  them has risen as well. Here, we feature an ad from T-Mobile called "Never Settle For Verizon" where they go after their rival provider Verizon. To get their message across, T-Mobile used the song "Take Back The Power" from The Interrupters. The loud and high energy tune really demands attention which is what T-Mobile wanted in this ad to make their point.

 

Original Commercial:

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOlcNfkQ3hs

 

The explosion of cellular phone usage is everywhere, reaching mostly all the countries in the world. The war between carriers has heated up in the USA the past few years. Companies continue to make their cases as to why customers should either stay with them, or switch back to them. In the T-Mobile ad, they go after some claims made by Verizon and things they have said in their own commercials. One of the great things about this ad by T-Mobile was their useage of a Punk Rock band's song. The loud shouting style used in this genre and in the song actually helps T-mobile make their case. Moreover, the lyrics "What's your plan?, are you a leader, or will you follow?" fit the concept pitched in the advert perfectly as well. It is safe to say that it is the song itself which has made so many people search and wonder who the artist singing this tune were.

 

 

 

Original Song:

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mn8r5kV9Ik

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

What's your plan for tomorrow

Are you a leader or will you follow

Are you a fighter or will you cower

It's our time to take back the power

What's your plan for tomorrow

Are you a leader or will you follow

Are you a fighter or will you cower

It's our time to take back the power

 

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Judging by most of the comments found on the videos and articles posted about this ad, viewers truly enjoyed this commercial and the tune used in it. So this proves what Kistunes has said many times regarding songs in ads. Sometimes, the commercial doesn't have to be too catchy or impressive to get viewers to remember them or notice them. If the song used in the ad is a likable one, they will do so anyway.

 

Christian Dior - Miss Dior Cherie TV Ad

With Brigitte Bardot Song "Moi Je Joue"

 

The following commercial we are reviewing is not a new one since it was first aired back in November 2008. However, it is still one of those ads that we get questions about the song from viewers so we felt compelled to write about it. The ad we are referring to is the 'Miss Dior Cherie' by Perfume maker and designer Christian Dior.

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-w5BJaCvaoM

Great Tune In Any Language

 

 

One of the things that makes this ad particularly interesting is that the song used in the advert is not sung in English, but French. The honors of the song being used goes to the French former actress, Hollywood starlet, singer and fashion model Brigitte Bardot. Miss Bardot is recognized as a sex symbol of the 1950's and 1960's era.  The name of the tune is "Moi Je Joue" and it was first released back in 1964. While the song is in French, you do not have to speak the language to actually appreciate the tune and like it.

 

Filmed In Paris

 

The Miss Dior Cherie TV Ad featured the fashion model Maryna Linchuk. In the ad, we see the beautiful blond as she happily walks, shops and moves all around the streets of Paris where the commercial was filmed. Sofia Coppola directed Maryna and the commercial which was Sofia's debut as director. In one scene in particular in the end of the ad, we see model Maryna as she is dragged into the air by a bunch of balloons she's holding on to. We also see her wearing various elegant outfits as well. Of course this all goes to the fact that Chrstian Dior is a designer. 

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js3t51n3EQc

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

Moi je joue

Moi je joue a joue contre joue

Je veux jouer a joue contre vous

Mais vous, le voulez-vous?

De tout coeur

Je veux gagner ce coeur a coeur

Vous connaissez mon jeu par coeur

Alors defendez-vous

 

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WIth the explosion of cellular phones and other devices where users can easily connect to the Internet, commercials and other things now become more popular than ever. Many things now become instant hits by going viral. We wonder how much more different things would have been for this ad had it been released 2 years or so ago. Still, other than the song used being in a different language, this advert is simple compared to many others these days. Nevertheless, you are sure to enjoy the great song used in it.

 

Fiat Abarth Commercial "House Arrest" With Charlie Sheen

Featuring song "Dog Scratched Ear" by Henry's Funeral Shoe

So what happens when you take a bad boy like Charlie Sheen, the Fiat Abarth car, a great song and a bunch of gorgeous models in a house? You get a brilliant commercial that's really funny and likable as is the case here. The advert we are referring to is called "House Arrest" from Fiat, the Italian automaker; with funny man and bad boy Charlie Sheen. When this commercial first debuted back in 2012 during the Super Bowl, Charlie was in the midst of some real controversy. He was facing some issues with his then hit show "Two and Half Men" as well as some other personal problems. Mr Sheen is frequently in the news for his personal problems with alcohol, women and of course, women. Thus this explains the concept or storyline used in the ad.

 

 

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDXmJ-AbE4Y

 

Fast Cars And Gorgeous Women

 

 

In the ad, we first see a shot of a very beautiful home with dozens of gorgeous women fraternizing all around. In the background, we hear the song "Dog Scratched Ear" by Henry's Funeral Shoe. We then see the house begin to tremble and rattle from the roar emanating from a Fiat Abarth car. The car is seen driving wildly throughout the house making all kinds of spins and speeding all over. As the women in the house cheer and clap, we see the car come to a full stop. The next shot is of  Charlie Sheen triumphantly emerging from the car with a smile on his face. Viewers also get a glimpse of Charlie's ankle bracelet which of course ties in with the name of the ad "House Arrest" (It is also in reference to his real trouble with the law and his real house arrest).

 

As Charlie steps out of the car, a smiling beautiful and tall brunette gets real close to him and he hugs her. He then turns to the camera and says "I love being under house arrest". Mr Sheen  then looks intently into the woman's eyes and ask her "What do I get for good behavior?".

 

 

Original Song:

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxNGIG270eE

Please Name That Song


You would think that with a song being used in a commercial which has no lyrics that too many people would not notice. However, that is not the case here at all. The "Dog Scratched Ear" song, aside from having a really funny title to it, also features a band with a weird name; Henry's Funeral Shoe. Still, upon hearing the original song's hard bass, most viewers watching the ad were blown away and intrigued. Many took to the internet to find out about the artists as well as the name of the song. As you know, most ads never include that kind of information regarding songs used in them. Also, often times, songs are re-recorded by different artist other than the original or the tunes changed somewhat. Thankfully,  Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, helps users everyday find them.

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

None - Only instrumental version used

 

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Of course, adding Charlie Sheen to the mix had a lot to do with the commercial being so well liked too. Kistunes, does not recommend anyone watching actually taking their car and driving it around their house. That is  of course, unless you are Charlie Sheen.

 

Bud Light's Cool Twist TV Commercial

Featuring Song "Ten Feet Tall" By Afrojack Ft Wrabel

When it comes to debuting an Ad, there's no better program for advertisers to have it air it on than during the Super Bowl. Although the average prices for a 30 second commercial cost around $3.6 Million, it is the most watched program in the USA and the world. The Bud Light's Cool Twist TV Commercial debuted back in 2014 during Super Bowl 48. Featuring a new aluminum bottle with a 'cool twist' cap, the beermaker wanted viewers to appreciate the new bottle and a great song. The tune Accompanying the ad is the memorable and groovy  "Ten Feet Tall" by Afrojack featuring Wrabel.

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Wyqy391v68

New Bottle, Great Song

 

 

Most Bud Light beer drinkers were really blown away by the cool looking new bottle. For one thing, besides the new cap allowing it to be reclosable, you also had the eye catching blue color bottle. Beer bottles or cans tend to remain the same since most companies aren't really willing to change containers. This is due to several reasons, one being cost, and the the other continuity. However, Bud Light wanted to try something new which may explain why they went with the different design.

While most people who saw the commercial for the first time may not have been beer drinkers, the majority enjoyed this advert based on the great tune heard in the background. Aside from being a cool song to listen to, it also has a great inspiring message hence the name "Ten Feet Tall". This is in reference to feeling good about yourself, being confident and staying positive.

 

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bltr_Dsk5EY

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

 

Ohhh ohh ohhh

I'm ten feet tall

Ohhh oh ohhhh

I'm ten feet tall

 

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The energetic and upbeat tempo used in this ad by Budweiser is very refreshing (no pun intended) and quite contagious. Based on comments found on the places where the video of the ad were published, most viewers truly enjoyed the commercial. Of course that has to do with Afrojack's popularity and his song being so well liked. You don't have to be a beer drinker to enjoy this commercial; just someone who appreciates great songs.

 

 

Old Navy "Girls In Loft" TV Commercial

With Song "Maybe Tonight" by Nicole Atkins

Some of us here at Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, were feeling a bit nostalgic this week. We then set out to search for a commercial with a great track from a few years back. We ran into this ad featuring the awesome tune "Maybe Tonight" by Nicole Atkins. The commercial is from the apparel company Old Navy and the name of the ad is "Girls In Loft".

 

Original Commercial:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4wzGoTbrWw

 

 

The MTV Generation

 

It is hard to believe that when MTV first came on the scene, it was actually the only place where you could watch music videos. As MTV evolved and became more and more influential in both music, trends and fashion, the music channel took off. Pretty soon, events such as the 'MTV Awards' or the 'MTV Music Awards" became the place everyone wanted to be seen attending or watching. The concept in this commercial from 2008 is about that. In the ad, we see a young woman from the Old Navy Trophy Girls as she finds tickets in her hallway for the MTV awards show. The tickets are compliments of Old Navy, of course. The smiling and excited girl quickly calls her friends to let them know they are all going to the show. The next few scenes shows various girls taking out clothes from Old Navy shopping bags as they excitedly get ready. The women are all in a loft apartment as they try on different clothing and prepare for the event.

 

The Song Makes This Ad Great

 

 

While all this is going on, we hear the epic classic song "Maybe Tonight" by Nicole Atkins blaring in the background. The beautiful tune helps to add to the intensity one feels as the women get ready for the magical moment. When it comes to advertising and commercials, in many cases, you have ads which are simply awesome. However, there are ads, where the song becomes the reason for the commercial being so well liked and remembered. We believe the latter to be true for this Old Navy ad. There is really nothing that makes the commercial stand out in such a way to cause anyone to really want to keep watching. But, with the beautiful song playing in the background, that all changes.

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAVYOS_nYTQ

 

 

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

 

I foresaw you like an old ghost story

 

From my family tree that was handed down to me

But patience bounds an eternal stone

You were meant to be mine

I draw a dual with the cards of the gods

That were played in fate and time

Ooohhhh,

I know we'll meet again

Maybe tonight

Just tell me where and when

I know it's never sure

Maybe tonight

Maybe tonight

 

 

 

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Commercials have changed quite a lot since 2008. Most of them are now created to make us laugh, smile or enjoy them on their own; the song only being a supporting part of them. Still, there are many commercials that without the song used, they would quickly be forgotten or not want to be watched again by the viewers. While this is a great Old Navy ad, we like to thanks Nicole Atkins for the great song.  

 

 

 

 

Nationwide Insurance - Toddler Commercial

Song Used in Commercial - "You Don't Know Me" by Ben Folds (Featuring Regina Spektor).

What happens when you take a bunch of little kids and put them in stressful, adult situations? You get a well liked and super cute advert which everyone seems to enjoy. We are referring to the Nationwide Insurance "Toddler" TV commercial which has many folks talking about it.

The creative minds behind this popular ad for Nationwide are the McKinney advertising agency. The song used in the ad, "You Don't Know Me" is by Ben Folds (Featuring Regina Spektor). For anyone looking to find the name of the song in any commercial, Kistunes can do so for you. Our app is designed to match the names of the songs with the ads you see on TV for you.

 

 

Original Commercial:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAAvZURxFFw

 

Kids Being Adults

 

 

All of us have experience stressful situations where we have to deal with long wait times. In this ad, the kids all play adults who have to wait to be attended or taken care of. The very first scene features a cute little girl dressed as an adult lady waiting in line at the DMV. Of course, most of us know the length of waiting times at the DMV so we can relate to this. When the person calls "Next" the little girl comes up to the counter and the man gives the little girl a ticket. When she looks at the ticket, the number on it is 83. On cue, the man points to the wall which shows they are now serving number 14. Frustrated, the adorable little girl slams her forehead with the ticket.

 

 

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UskSU5BoyZs

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

Ahh, Ahh,

(You don't know me)

You don't know me at all

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The Funniest Scene

 

The next scene in the commercial is the one which everyone is talking about and one that will have you laughing out loud. A little boy, dressed all grown up, is seen pacing back on forth as he waits on the phone to speak to an operator. The recording then says "Expected wait time, 55 minutes, we appreciate your patience" Upon hearing this, the little boy does something we all thought about doing from time to time when left on hold; he slams his cellular phone on the ground in frustration.  The commercial does end up with a happy ending though as the last toddler is finally taken care of promptly and when she is, she then turns back into her adult self.

 

 

Nationwide's message to viewers in this ad is that they know how people feel when they are not treated as a priority. Their motto of "Nationwide is on your side" is also emphasized to viewers. In this commercial. The voice-over was done by none other than famous Hollywood actress Julia Roberts. Message notwithstanding, the commercial is very enjoyable and fun to watch.

 

 

 

 

Doritos TV Commercial - Dog Buries Cat

Featuring "The Barber Of Neville" Tune By Gioachino Rossinni

Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, recently ran into a Doritos TV advert from back in 2012. The ad is still quite hilarious even though it is a few years old. The Doritos commercial is called 'Dog Buries Cat' or "Missing Cat". The tune used in the background of the commercial is "The Barber Of Neville" By Gioachino Rossini. This particular tune is a contrast to the new 'Pop, Rock & Hip-Hop' latest songs which most companies now use. Also, this song belongs to the classical genre. Interesting enough though, Doritos has been known to use mostly classical music in the background of most of their commercials.

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1Ulj8g6vKw

A Really Funny Commercial

 

 

The concept or storyline used in the Doritos advert is very funny. While a very few amount of viewers found it to be offensive, the vast majority thought and think it is hilarious. This may be due to the concept of a dog actually killing or burying a cat. Nevertheless, most viewers understand that the ad is just that; an really funny advert. 

 

Dog Bribes His Owner

 

In the ad, we first see a man working on his garden planting flowers. As the beautiful sounds from the tune "The Barber of Neville" play on for dramatic set-up, then man looks at a dog in the same yard. The dog, a great dane, is seen burying or covering up a collar. Perplexed and surprised, the man turns his head to a "Missing Cat" poster posted on his yard. In the poster, we see a photo of a cat named "Fluffy" wearing a similar looking collar. As the man turns around, he is quickly confronted by the great dane who is now literally in his face. The dog then pushes over a bag of Doritos to the man to bribe him with a 'Post-it' message with the words "You didn't see nuthin". The man smiles, takes the Doritos bag and gives the dog a nod of approval. The ending of the commercial is too hilarious and we won't spoil it for you in case you have not seen it.

 

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OloXRhesab0

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

None used - Classical tune

 

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Of course since the tune used in this commercial is a classical one, there are no lyrics used in the ad at all. Still, the dramatic roar from the instruments laced together with the plot are enough. The ad was first aired during Super Bowl XLVI back in 2012.

Back in the early 50's, many of the Looney Tunes cartoons often used classical songs in their episodes. Even The Barber Of Seville was used as well. This may help to understand why Doritos used this song since they wanted to make the commercial a funny and enjoyable one. Doritos clearly has a knack for creating some hilarious and really amusing commercials. If you haven't seen this one, check it out and prepare to smile and chuckle. We sure did, so enjoy it.

 

Coca Cola "Be Ok" Commercial - Ingrid Michaelson Tune

When companies create commercials, they strive to catch consumers the attention of viewers any which way possible. Having a popular or hot song to accompany an ad is a very good method to ensure that their commercial will be liked and enjoyed by viewers. The Coca Cola "Be Ok" advert is one of those TV commercials. Attached with the memorable tune "Be Ok" from Ingrid Michaelson, the beverage company managed to create a great ad.

 

 

 

It's All About The Calories

 

 

 

The ad itself begins simply enough with an image of a Coca Cola soda can and the words "139 happy calories to spend on extra happy activities". While the commercial is playing, the catchy tune "Be Ok" is heard in the background accompanying the various people doing their things. From there, we see a woman walking her dog as some words in text appear on the screen. The text tells viewers that "25 minutes of letting your dog be your GPS". The next few scenes show different people doing other regular and normal activities with more text explaining the minutes of each activity. The end of the advert is an image of the  Coca Cola can again letting viewers know that they can burn off the 139 calories in the soda easily.

 

 

Original Commercial:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgJu_shHir4

 

 

Controversy In Europe

 

 

It's nothing new for companies to create an ad which stirs or causes controversy. In fact, many businesses specifically set out to do just that in certain cases. The reason behind this is for publicity of course. Anytime you can create an ad which creates free publicity for your product is a win. However, sometimes, it can end up backfiring and doing more damage than good as with some recent commercials. The controversy for this particular ad came in the United Kingdom as that country's advertising watchdog (ASA) ruled that the campaign by Coca Cola was misleading to consumers. The ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) ended up actually banning the commercial altogether. This all came about after some viewers called to complain to the ASA. They were miffed by the ad's premise of people being able to really burn off 139 calories by simply doing the things those seen in the ad were doing. Viewers upset with the ad argued that simply dancing, laughing or walking your dog were not enough to indeed burn the 139 calories. While Coca Cola was perplexed and saddened by the ASA's ruling, the publicity they received behind the controversy was plentiful. Luckily for Coke, the vast majority of people were really angry at the ASA and the callers who ended up taking the commercial too literally.

 

 

 

Original Song:

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU3472bvdHI

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

 

I just want to know today, know today, know today

 

Know that maybe I will be ok

I just want to be ok, be ok, be ok

I just want to be ok today

I just want to be ok, be ok, be ok

I just want to be ok today

Hey,

I just want to be ok, be ok, be ok

I just want to be ok today

I just want to be ok, be ok, be ok

I just want to be ok today

I just want to know today, know today, know today

Know that maybe I will be ok

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The original song was not the same version which was used in the commercial. The actual artist who sings the song is not known as Coke would not release his or her name since they did not have permission to do so. Still, the version used in the ad is really cool and has a very addictive rhythm to it. Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, loves the concept behind the song and ad. After all, all of us just want to be ok!

 

 

Sleep Number "Take The Roar Out of Snore" TV Commercial

Featuring song "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh) By The Tokens

We can all agree that sleeping next to someone or near someone that snores is extremely difficult and annoying to say the least. The amount of people that snore when they sleep are numerous. Because of this issue, the folks at Sleep Number, or Select Comfort as they are also known, try to take advantage of that in their recent ad. The sleep number beds are not like other regular beds since theirs are adjustable. Because of the Sleep Number's bed ability to do so, it makes it easier to disrupt a person's snoring next to you via a button.

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIB5fvxbWjg

The  Jungle In The Bedroom

 

 

In the advert, we see a couple walking around their house as they are on their way to bed. As the cameras switches back and forth between the man and the woman, we see a cat, some fishes and the sounds of other animals. The concept taken by the commercial is as if the couple's bedroom is a jungle. There are birds chirping and monkeys making sounds as well as a lion roaring. On cue, the beautiful song by The Tokens "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Winoweh) begins to play on the background. As the couple gets into bed, the man quickly begins snoring loudly. Annoyed by this, his wife takes one look at him and then reaches for her Sleep Number 'Partner Snore' remote. As she adjusts his side of the bed's height, the man immediately stops snoring. The funny part of this commercial is that just as quickly as she falls asleep, she also begins to snore as well. Of course the man also uses his remote to adjust her side of the bed and ends her snoring.

 

 

 

 

Original Song:

 

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQlByoPdG6c

 

 

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Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

 

Hush my darling

Don't fear my darling

The lion sleeps tonight

Hush my darling

Don't fear my darling

The lion sleeps tonight

Wiiiiii...moweh

 

 

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In the ad, actor Jacob Wallach plays the husband while Abby Miller plays the wife. The voice-over is performed by Kayce Alltop. We are unsure who the ad agency responsible for this TV commercial is though. Still, taking such a serious issue such as snoring and turning it into a comical and whimsical commercial is a very brilliant move by the folks at Sleep Number. Having a bed which can adjust to different levels is also convenient and comforting to those that can afford it. The song used in the ad has been recorded numerous times by various artists dating all the way back to 1939. However, the version by The Tokens has been one of the most popular ones. The song went on to earn more than $15 million in royalties over the years for the group.

 

For those that have a snoring issue with a roommate or partner, the Sleep Number bed may just for them. But for the rest of us who cannot afford it, dealing with the problem or sleeping in another room might be our only other option.

 

Hyundai Genesis "First Date" TV Commercial

Featuring Song "Another One Bites The Dust" By Queen

 

Finally, after waiting all season, the Super Bowl has arrived at last. Most of us were glued to the TV to not only watch the game, but also the commercials. This year, the Hyundai Genesis "First Date" ad is the biggest winner thus far. Numerous sites as well as fans have voted it their favorite ad of the entire commercial line-up. With so many other great ads which were featured on the big game, this was no easy feat. The ad has one of the greatest tunes from the 1980's era which is "Another one bites the dust" by the Rock group Queen. The automaker is sure to see their sales rise dramatically after such as successful advertising campaign.

Original Commercial:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-R_483zeVF8

 

Kevin Hart; The Protective Dad

 

 

Humor proves to be the winner once again as this commercial and the concept behind it are hilarious. The ad features comedian and actor Kevin Hart playing the role of a real overprotective dad. In the commercial we first see a young man arrive at a home to pick up his date. He coolly tells the girl who opens the door how good she looks and she smiles and says "Thank you" Out of nowhere we see Kevin Hart open the door a bit more to show himself to the teen. While smiling he then proceeds to ask the young man "Hey, you're the guy taking my little girl out, huh?" As the teen responds back that he is, Kevin offers to let him take his daughter out in his new car. As soon as they leave the beat from the tune "Another one bites the dust" starts to play. Simultaneously, we see Kevin's face quickly turn serious. The overprotective dad then turns on the car finder Application on his wristwatch. The next few scenes in the commercial are so funny you would think this was a comedy movie. In various shots we see the two teenagers cuddle, hug and try to kiss. All the while Kevin hart, the overprotective father, stalks them everywhere they go as he continues to pop out of nowhere to let the young man know he's watching. The ending of the commercial is epic and too funny not to laugh and chuckle.

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rY0WxgSXdEE

 

Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

 

Steve walks warily down the street

With the brim pulled way down low.

Ain't no sound but the sound of his feet,

Machine guns ready to go.

Are you ready, hey, are you ready for this?

Are you hanging on the edge of your seat?

Out of the doorway the bullets rip

To the sound of the beat

Another one bites the dust

Another one bites the dust

 

 

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Viewers Want To Watch These Commercials

 

The Super Bowl has changed the way we see and treat commercials now. During regular programing, most of us use commercial breaks to go to the bathroom or do other things. However, only during the Super Bowl, people actually eagerly wait for the commercials to see what will come on. This may explain why advertisers are willing to pay about $100,000 a second to place an ad during the biggest game of the year.

Each year, companies compete to see who will get the most comments, likes, shares and buzz from their ad. Hyundai has managed to win this honor this year. The commercial has already garnished more than 14 million views on YouTube in a mere few days. If you haven't done so already, we suggest you watch it and laugh a little.

 

Honest Diapers Babies Jammin Commercial

Featuring Song "All About That Bass" by Meghan Trainor

 

What happens when you take a bunch of adorable babies, a hot song, a well known Hollywood actress and combine them together? You get an adorable, funny, cute and well loved commercial. The new ad from Honest Diapers called "Babies Jammin" is one those ads that you are happy to see come on TV. Of course anytime that a commercial comes on and the viewers are actually looking forward to hearing and watching it, this means the ad is a hit.

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8zWDZ5LwnM

A New Pamper Company

 

While the company Honest Diapers may not be as recognized as some of the leading brands such as Huggies or Pampers, they have surely made everyone take notice of them now. Their pampers are touted as fragrance-free, stylish, non-irritating and effective. Best of all, users can get the pampers delivered right to their doors. In an age where consumers are very eco-friendly and conscious, the Honest Diapers will undoubtedly gain many new users. In the ad itself, we see nothing but cute babies wearing the Honest diapers and strutting to the song playing. We see them jumping, hugging each other, dancing and smiling all the while they are modeling their diapers. The babies are too cute to ignore and one cannot help but smile with them.

 

Original Song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PCkvCPvDXk

 

Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

Because you know

 

I'm all about that bass

'Bout that bass, no treble

I'm all about that bass

'Bout that bass, no treble

I'm all about that bass

'Bout that bass

I'm bringing booty back

Every inch of you is perfect

From the bottom to the top

 

 

The Celebrity Star Power Effect

 

 

 

There is also the star power behind this company as the founder of Honest Diapers is none other than the beautiful Hollywood movie star Jessica Alba. In the past few years, Miss Alba has invested most of her time and own money in the Honest company. She co-founded the business with Christopher Gavigan, Sean Kane and Brian Lee. As of last year, the company has said to have raised over $70 Million. Jessica ends up doing the voice-over during the commercial herself. In the end of the ad, she tells viewers in the ad "The Honest Company; stylish, safe, convenient. We got you covered". Some viewers however, seem to second guess the use of Meghan Trainor's usage of the song "All About That Bass" in this ad since it involves babies. Nevertheless, the vast majority seem to love the ad and the tune accompanying it. The commercial was created by The ARC Studio and Epic Brands.

 

 

If there's any need to prove just how popular the song is, then there's the 1Billion plus views the song has already garnished on YouTube for Meghan. With that many people listening to a tune you cannot go wrong.  No matter what some may think about the ad, the fact remains that with a name like Jessica Alba and a tune as popular as "All About That Bass" by Meghan Trainor, this ad has celebrity star power behind it. And of course, a bunch of adorable and cute babies running around in diapers.

 

 

JC Penney "Let My Love Open The Door" Commercial

Nothing like a little bit of love in an advert to bring a smile to people's faces. We are talking about the JC Penney "Let my love open door" commercial. In this ad, the theme and message behind it is love. Featuring the song with the same title "Let my love open the door" by Stacey Marcus, the ad is quite enjoyable to watch. JC Penney first aired this ad back in 2015 during the Valentine's day season.

 

 

Original Commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LchNaFLzLg

 

Kistunes, the app designed to match the name of the songs used by commercials, had a hard time finding the original song by Stacey Marcus though. Even searches on YouTube where the songs of all artists are easily found gave no results. We were perplexed as to why this is so since there were several other versions of the song available from other performers. Nevertheless, the tune is beautiful to listen to since it has such great lyrics and an easy to follow rhythm.

As far as the commercial itself, we first see a man and a woman couple together. The man surprises the woman by taking her to a place with a merry go-around filled with horses to ride on. As the woman joyfully sits on one of the horses, he gives her a heart pendant. The next shot features a mother and daughter in a kitchen. The mother surprises the happy little girl with a doll. The next few scenes all involve people opening gifts and being very lovable to each other. The love theme is based on the fact that the ad was aired for Valentine's day.

 

Original Song: Not Found

Let My Love Open the Door (Cover) by Megan Simon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qojM3_x7rxw

Lyrics Used in Advert:

 

When people keep repeating

That you'll never fall in love

When everybody keeps retreating

But you can't seem to get enough

Let my love open the door

Let my love open the door

Let my love open the door

To your heart

 

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As we stated earlier, we had no luck finding the song by Stacey Marcus. However, we did find a cover performed by an artist called Megan Simon which is actually pretty awesome. We are sure you will enjoy her version since we absolutely loved it. With Valentine’s day around the corner, this commercial is just in time for letting love open door once again.