with the same name was also released through the iTunes Store on December 16, 2003. It's been remixed plenty of times since then, and repeatedly confused with the Village People classic "Big Mac". Hungry for the music gotta eat, I'm lovin'. Vintage Ad Browser, early to Mid 1970s: Get Down with Something Good. The song was written as a jingle for. Hook: Justin Timberlake, mcDonald's, ba da ba ba ba, i'm lovin'. Food Drink, facebook, though McDonald's successfully drilled "bah-da-bum-bah-bah" into your head ages ago, the chain has tried on a ton of catchphrases since its launch in 1955. The slogan makes you think you should be chomping quarter pounders while doing spins on the disco floor, but the ad proves you can just as easily have a nice lunchtime moment with your kid. So they called up the ad agency behind their '70s stuff, begged them for a second chance, and got this tagline in the process.
But let's never forget how it got its start: through a full-length song written by Pharrell and sung by one Justin Timberlake. A mainstay through the early aughts, the McDonald's smile slogan was so ubiquitous that when its replacement came along, even serious newsman (and apparent McD salad enthusiast) Anderson Cooper pounced on the story. The Kingsport Post, late 1960s: The Closest Thing to Home. Since I don't cook I'll just rock to the beat. A Sweet Life, early 1960s: Real Good, and Still Only 15 Cents. 2, a music video to promote the single was released in late 2003 and was directed.
It was created by Heye Partner, McDonald s agency based in Unterhaching, Germany. McDonald s reported earnings on Tuesday, tumbling nearly 4 despite beating earnings and revenue estimates. New product launches and increasing popularity.
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In fact, Advertising Age chose "You deserve a break today" as the fifth-best campaign of the century, right behind Nike's "Just do it" and that smug old Marlboro Man. I'm lovin' it sometimes we have mishaps. You Just overcoming adaptive setbacks, i'm lovin' it you know you're my world. McDonald's commercials, based on a pre-existing German campaign originally developed as "Ich Liebe." 2, timberlake was paid 6 million to sing the jingle. Wikia, late 1990s: Did Somebody Say McDonald's? Facebook, mid 1970s: Two All-Beef Patties, or, if we're going by its Christian name: Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun. To relieve the stress we add a little play. Soon thereafter, the Neptunes produced a song based on the jingle and released it (along with an instrumental version) as part of a three-track. I'm lovin' it no guts no glory. Mid 1980s: Mac Tonight, what better way to encourage people to grab Big something Wicked This Way Comes Macs after hours than with a singing moon-person, right?