Kingfisher introduces the first ever rap campaign for IPL 2019
Kingfisher has revamped its signature Oo La La La Le O by making the cricketers tune themselves to the rapped signature jingle of Kingfisher together
Published - 3 days ago
Kingfisher has rolled out an innovative campaign this IPL season. Resonating with this year’s ‘Rap’ theme, Kingfisher has revamped its signature Oo La La La Le O by making the cricketers who are divided by teams, to tune themselves to the rapped signature jingle of Kingfisher together.
Celebrating the true spirit of cricket and kingfisher, the cricketers can be seen jamming and dropping the mic in a never-seen- before avatar. This motivational rap spreads the true message of Kingfisher – Divided by teams, United by Kingfisher. The rap anthem, waxes off the concept of division but focuses on the good times by upholding the true spirit of cricket.
Speaking on the campaign, Gurpreet Singh the Divisional Vice President of Marketing, UBL said, “We understand the dynamic audience and the rap culture which has recently gained momentum in India. Our latest campaign highlights the game of cricket as more than just a sport, but as a medium which brings diverse people together with great pomp and show. Amalgamating the essence of rap, cricket and our tagline divided by team united by KF, we are confident that the rap jingle will spread the good times during the most celebrated cricketing season of the country.”
Further adding on about the TVC, Kundan Joshee the Senior Vice President and Managing Partner at Wunderman Thompson said, “The strength of a brand is in how it carries on and refreshes its proposition for younger and newer audiences. And this new commercial from Kingfisher in the form of a rap music video does just that.”
As the nation tunes in to watch and support their favourite cricketers, Kingfisher rings in the Good Times with a host of innovative activities for its fans. This season of T20 Premier League, Kingfisher is proudly associated with five teams - Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals.