July 31, 2008 07:49:46 GMT
The jingle track that the R 'n' B singer penned for the famous gum products ad is derived from his hit track "Forever" with just a little change in the end part.
A new fact about Chris Brown's involvement on singing the jingle for Doublemint bubble gum has just surfaced revealing that the jingle is very similar to Chris' latest single "Forever". But the 60 second jingle is not entirely the same with the original song as it can be heard from the audio streamed on Aceshowbiz.com that there are some different parts.
The commercial track lyrics, that will be surfaced along with its TV ad next month, starts with the same line from "Forever"'s verse until the bridge. It gets different in the middle and the end of the lyrics where Chris started to advertise the gum singing "Double your pleasure/ double your fun/ It's the right one with Doublemint gum."
The new jingle itself has been unveiled for the first time at a concert staged by Wrigley's in New York on Tuesday, July 29. On the concert Chris was not the only performer as there are also the appearances from Ne-Yo and Julianne Hough who were also being tapped to sing the jingles for other products from the company.
Moreover, revealing about the writing process for the jingle Chris wrote in an e-mail to The Wall Street Journal that it doesn't take him a long time to do it. "I actually thought it would take longer to write a jingle they would like. But they said it was a perfect fit after the first try," Chris wrote.
Update 08/04: The TV commercial ad that features Chris has been outed and can be seen below: