ding ding! Whoever would have expected that the blue frog on a fantasy motorcycle would have passed its peak by so long would be sorely mistaken.
Early December 10, Crazy Frog will be going straight to your YouTube home with a new hit.
Fantastic comeback! This amphibian caused a completely unprecedented outrage at the start of the new millennium, when he smashed the world charts with the Axel F song based on the music from the Beverly Hills Police Man movie series. The decision to bring the frog back into the spotlight was made due to the growing interest in YouTube. This was announced by Wolfgang Boss, German Producer and Head of A&R for Sony Music, who has produced and owns all of Crazy Frog’s music through his record company Mach 1.
At the same time, he hopes to find his popularity on the social network TikTok, which is favored by the new generation. “It’s basically the first platform where people share new music and fun things about music,” Boss explained. Upon his return in December, he is working with the original DJ for the entire project, Reinhard Vodou Wraith. According to its creators, the song will be a mix of classic songs inspired by the trends on TikTok.
The previous video with a frog on a fictional motorcycle on YouTube has already received more than three billion views. However, it has been described by many countries as controversial for displaying the genitals of frogs. In the US, it was banned, and after parents’ complaints to the British authorities, they had to take it digitally from him. But now everything will be different! “The new video will feature Crazy Frog as we originally wanted – using a rod,” Boss shocked.
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