The, If doing things others don’t is your style, Genesee Cream Ale is your brew! We love them so much we started a newsletter that highlights trending ads from the past week. *Note: I’m providing lyrics so you can sing along. Please note in the lyrics below, we have no idea what the words are where we put “Hot Pocket” so just go with it. Don’t hide it. The A Little Longer jingle was used from ‘77 to ‘98 and was sung by Ryan Devereaux, only to be remade by Ne-Yo in 2008. Juicy Fruit is gonna move ya. It’s been the gift that’s kept on giving for Juicy Fruit. The taste is gonna move ya when you pop it in your mouth . While we focus on the best new ads in, The past always informs the present. 1. Listen to the new Juicy Fruit jingles here. It’s been the gift that’s kept on giving for Juicy Fruit. This one’s a toe-tapper. They’ve run ads featuring this 80s commercial jingle in every decade since it dropped and just held a contest in Canada to pick the new version of the jingle (Juicy Hip Hop won by a pretty substantial margin, beating Juicy Country by 16% of the vote). It’s got that catchy appeal that advertisers love. Send your angry opinions about that statement to our HR manager, Toby Flenderson. We love ads here at Something Great. Now, where the hell can I find a Tab Cola in 2019? Gets me everytime lol, Could it be possible “candy rain” is referring to semen/ejaculate? The song’s video had different lyrics, where they replaced “You can lick me everywhere” with “Candy kisses everywhere” so it wouldn’t be censored or banned from being seen on TV. Coke used “Can’t beat the feeling!” and “Can’t Beat The Real Thing” as slogans until they switched to their equally iconic, “Always, Coca-Cola” in ‘93. Kellogg’s, the company behind every cereal mascot you can imagine, brought all their stars together for this spot. After all – without Where’s The Beef, would we really have Where’s The Cream Filling? The Company Jingle: It’s Just Made For You, These ‘80s ads LOVE their public displays of affection. And hey, you can still find Toys R Us in Canada, so come on up north if you really don’t wanna grow up. KitKat used the slogan “Have a Break – have a KitKat” for 47 years before taking a break from it (if you will) in 2004. These 80s jingles might seem outdated, but they’re still popping up in newer ads (Juicy Fruit) and even continuing to be used in some cases (KitKat). The team at the Something Great Marketing offices took a vote, and we’ve collectively decided that these are the 11 best jingles from the ‘80s. If doing things others don’t is your style, Genesee Cream Ale is your brew! 8: Juicy Fruit The nice thing about these gum jingles is that so much more than just the hook gets stuck in your head, claiming brain space that might be better used for remembering things like the location of your car keys, the date of your anniversary or the lyrics of non-gum-related jingles . Video, blogs, and social media content with enthusiasm. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart on June 4, 1983 and remained there for eight weeks. I expect you to use them. Some of these have permeated the culture so much they’ve made it to. The single remarkably became a certified one million seller on July 25, 1983 without even becoming a Top 40 hit. Send your angry opinions about that statement to our HR manager, Toby Flenderson. If I ever make it to Venice, I will absolutely be singing this jingle between gondola rides and gelato. These ‘80s ads LOVE their public displays of affection. “Juicy Fruit” is a funk song written by James Mtume and released as the lead-off single from Mtume’s sixth album, also titled Juicy Fruit. Yeah! Now they’re going with, “Make the most of your break.” Sure. We love ads here at Something Great. You’ll be hearing from Genesee Cream Ale’s legal team any day now, Tim Cook! (Oh oooh! Need more jingles? Shoot us a message if you can figure it out. You can keep it to yourself but it wouldn’t be fair, Cause that chocolate crispy taste is loved everywhere. Lyrics: Get your skis shined up grab a stick of Juicy Fruit. The Company Jingle: Can’t Beat the Feeling! Here’s a fun fact about this spot – the kids who starred in it were brought back for an ad in the ‘90s to really stress the point that they didn’t want to grow up. All I need is sunshine and true refreshing Mountain Dew yeah. And hey, you can still find Toys R Us in Canada, so come on up north if you really don’t wanna grow up. Coke used “Can’t beat the feeling!” and “Can’t Beat The Real Thing” as slogans until they switched to their equally iconic, “Always, Coca-Cola” in ‘93. The remake actually kind of works. Wait a minute…I’m beautiful. “Juicy Fruit” is a funk song written by James Mtume and released as the lead-off single from Mtume’s sixth album, also titled Juicy Fruit.. We love them so much we started a newsletter that highlights trending ads from the past week. The mid-tempo song is arguably…. Get your skiis shined up / Grab a stick of Juicy Fruit / The taste is gonna The 80’s Jingle: The Taste is Gonna Move You. Just going to ignore that this jingle rhymes dew with dew about 100 times. “I’ll be your lollipop,you can lick me everywhere” It grabs your attention with new lyrics to a song you’ve probably heard before (‘O Sole Mio), and the twist at the end – love it. It chews so soft it gets right through ya. Here’s a fun fact about this spot – the kids who starred in it were brought back for an ad in the ‘90s to really stress the point that they didn’t want to grow up. Some of these have permeated the culture so much they’ve made it to the best TV show of all time. Feeling so real, you’ve just got to share it! I should drink Tab Cola. How about this for a slogan: “It’s different.” Poetry. Take a sniff, pull it out. I know it seems lewd, but entirely plausible given the context of the song…, Eastern Artists Recording Studio, New Jersey, “Juicy Fruit” is a funk song written by James Mtume and released as the lead-off single from Mtume’s sixth album, also titled Juicy Fruit. The more we watch this video the more we like the jingle. You gotta dance through the heat of the day. The more we watch this video the more we like the jingle. The 80s Jingle: It’s Gonna Be A Great Day. there is no sign of this commercial anywhere on the net. Can’t beat the real thing! Ok, someone was going crazy thinking about this commercial and I remember all the lyrics! Juicy Fruit has been prominently sampled by hip-hop and R&B artists throughout the years, most notably by The Notorious B.I.G. ), Can’t beat it! The past always informs the present. This one got sung a lot at the Something Great offices today. The fact that everyone in North America (except for Andy in the Office) can recite the first two lines of this song means that it was one of the absolute top 80s commercial jingles. Can’t beat it! The mid-tempo song is arguably Mtume’s most well-known, proving enormously successful on R&B radio stations and (to a lesser extent) nightclubs when first released.