The R 'n' B singer has been tapped to re-mix the jingle song from famous bubble gum product, Doublemint and it will unveil on July 29.
Chris Brown has a new and exciting music project on the way which is singing a jingle for famous bubble gum company Wrigley's. Chris has been tapped by the company to re-mix the jingle for one of their gum products, the Doublemint.
However, the R 'n' B stud is not the only singer that is being asked by Wrigley's to help their ad campaign as the company also tapped the likes of Ne-Yo and Julianne Hough. But Ne-Yo and Julianne won't be collaborating with Chris because they will remix the jingle for other products of Wrigley's, which is Big Red for the R 'n' B singer/songwriter and Juicy Fruit for the country singer.
The new jingles are being set to be unveiled today (July 29) at a special concert staged in New York by the company. Meanwhile, tickets for the show reportedly are being given away for free by Hot 97 radio stations. Moreover, the official ad campaigns for the products which will definitely include the jingles are set to launch soon.
The partnership between Wrigley's and Chris reportedly has already been hinted by the singer himself on his latest single "Forever", where he was seen chewing gum in the beginning of the song's music video. Not only that, on the chorus part of "Forever" he also put in the gum company's iconic tag line "double your pleasure, double your fun."