Amazon Black Friday will take place at the end of November 2022, and obviously, the e-shopping giant is heavily showing the commercial announcing it. The first ad that appeared at the beginning of November is now famous as the “yeti commercial,” where a funny yeti discovers the Early Black Friday deals. The yeti was so successful that Amazon proposed it again in the second half of November, for a new Black Friday commercial, with a different song. In this article, we will find out more about both tracks.
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The yeti commercials have not been released on Amazon’s official channels yet, but they are coming up often on TV.
What’s the song in the “yeti commercial” for 2022 Amazon Black Friday?
The song featured in the first “yeti commercial” released for the 2022 Amazon Early Black Friday deals is Okay Okay by Pino D’Angiò. You can find it in full streaming below.
Pino D’Angiò is an Italian disco artist, most famous for his 1980’s hit Ma Quale Idea. Okay Okay was released the year after, showing his typical funky, groovy style.
The lyrics you can hear in the Amazon Early Black Friday commercial are the following (in Italian and English translation)
Io delle donne non mi fido
Il corteggiamento è un rito
Troppo spesso si finisce
Che una donna ti tradisce
I don’t trust women
Courtship is a ritual
Too often it ends
That a woman cheats on you
The groove does its job of making the commercial more cool and enjoyable.
The song featured in the second “lonely yeti” commercial for the 2022 Amazon Black Friday is Bongo Cha Cha Cha by Goodboys. You can find the official video below.
Goodboys is a British house music duo primarily famous for their debut hit, Lose Control, released in 2019. Bongo Cha Cha Cha was released in 2021 and became quite viral on TikTok. Its presence in the Amazon Black Friday commercial represents an excellent achievement for a song that made Europe dance.
Amazon already created a massive buzz in the summer of 2022 for the Prime Day commercial, which featured another classic disco tune, this time written dedicatedly for the commercial. You find the complete story here.
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