Baby Shark do do do do do do
Maybe you even know this children’s song catchy tune. Yes, you read that right, a children’s song broke the YouTube record. It’s called “Baby Shark” and it’s, shall we say, haunting.
“Baby Shark” comes from South Korea
The song was invented by the South Korean company Pinkfong. And precisely because the song is so simple, it has such catchy tune potential, as music expert Ima Johnen knows: “There are only three chords in it and that makes it mainstream”. The catchy electronic beat of the song does the rest. If the song is played a lot in kindergartens and children then want to sing it at home with their parents, such hype quickly spreads to the whole family, explains the expert.
In 2019, the baby shark still had a good 2 billion clicks
The access numbers have gone through the roof in recent years. Because when we reported on the baby shark in 2019 (You can find the report from that time in the video), the video still had 2 billion clicks.
Also a catchy tune – cult frog is back
And if the baby shark isn’t enough for you as a catchy tune, Crazy Frog will do the honors again. The little cult frog from the 2000s has now released a new song after its mega success back then, the “Beverly Hills” song in frog version. And that, we promise, not only catches your ear, it also stays in your head. (mol)
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