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Pinkfong Company and Sesame Workshop have joined forces to bring Baby Shark back to Sesame Street with an official music video! Check it out below!
As this marks the inaugural appearance of a non-Muppet character on this beloved series, let's take a look at how and what can be expected from this groundbreaking momentous occasion!
Children's entertainment business has seen some astounding feats recently, such as an international fad novelty song called "Baby Shark," performed by two adorable South Korean children that managed to break into Billboard Top 40 charts. Over two billion views have been watched of this song so far; that number surpasses even that of songs that have made it onto Billboard 40 charts in any single week! And all thanks to Pinkfong - an educational brand from South Korea.
The song quickly went viral in late 2016, becoming something of a cultural phenomenon with numerous renditions being posted to YouTube and social media, even featuring celebrity renditions like James Corden.
What sets this version of the song apart is its inclusion of some familiar faces from Sesame Street; Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby can be seen singing the chorus of the music video.
William invites them for an underwater dance party and they play tag with Baby Shark and William before dancing together underwater. This animated clip can now be found on both Baby Shark and Sesame Street YouTube channels, while it will also appear as part of an Earth Day-related playlist by Pinkfong and Sesame Street, respectively.
Notable also is that this song is actually a parody of John Williams' iconic Jaws theme from one of cinema's most beloved films: Jaws. Elmo made reference to it during an episode where his hand turned into a shark fin; another showed Dorothy envisioning him working construction.
Baby Shark has appeared on multiple American and Canadian television programs beyond his song. He can be found in Miss Piggy's Hollywood, a Muppets series featuring Piggy visiting Universal Studios theme park; Bob and David's "Here Are Some Things" game on Sesame Street Episode 0834; Oscar the Grouch mentions having a pet goldfish named Jaws when on HQ Trivia; as well as Bob and David's game "Here Are Some Things".
Pinkfong Company and Sesame Workshop have joined forces to release an animated music video featuring an interpretation of Baby Shark's viral hit "Doo Doo Doo Doo," combined with Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby singing and dancing in the water. It will premiere online on April 22nd as part of an Earth Day-themed YouTube playlist and is available through official Pinkfong, Baby Shark and Sesame Street channels on YouTube.
This video showcases a cast of beloved characters such as Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby and Baby Shark himself. Each one comes equipped with its own voice actor who portrays its unique persona to help further the storytelling aspect of the show.
As the story progresses, Baby Shark makes new animal friends including goldie the goldfish and Pinkfong the fox. Audience members will enjoy hearing an assortment of original songs as well as classic Sesame Street tunes such as Wheels on the Bus and Five Little Monkeys during his performance.
Baby Shark is the first member of the Shark Family to appear on stage and interact with audiences - dancing, singing, and engaging them through interactions between dance steps and songs. His parents won't make an appearance themselves but can be seen behind him on screen, creating an ideal family experience that welcomes all ages of children!
When two female sharks come together during sexy season, their eggs and sperm combine to form an embryo that takes shape depending on what kind of shark it is and its development process. Each embryo may take on its own form depending on which species is involved and the manner in which its genetic material was passed onto it from mother and father shark.
Sharks display an advanced reproductive technique by giving birth as part of a family unit, rather than producing just one offspring at a time. This allows them to have multiple children at once.
Sharks can have up to five offspring when both parents are healthy, though unlike mammalian mothers who nurse and nurture their offspring directly, baby sharks rely on an umbilical cord from both parents to be fed by.
Pinkfong Company and Sesame Workshop have joined forces to produce an animated musical appearance of Baby Shark on April 16, which will include dance parties between Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby.
This video marks one in a long-running partnership between these companies that began late 2018 and continues today. Other recent videos include animated music video for "Baby Shark's Dance" and a mash-up between songs "I Love You" and "Stormy Weather."
Pinkfong Company is known for creating original content for Sesame Street, but this marks their inaugural attempt at producing an actual song with Muppet characters. Their team includes veteran voice artists such as Matt Vogel and Eric Jacobson as singers; as well as animators Corey Anderson and John Leiber as animators.
They were joined by other talented artists to produce this song, released on YouTube this week. It is a reworked version of "Baby Shark" from 1983's Sesame Street series.
It stars William and Elmo, as well as Cookie Monster, Baby Bear and Abby Cadabby - and an underwater background is added for an immersive experience! The team also added an underwater soundscape, giving the music more "underwater" feel.
This video is part of an Earth Day-themed YouTube playlist and other nature-focused content available from both companies; fans can use this as an enjoyable way to celebrate our planet's beauty while being encouraged to protect it.
Although much has changed since its initial debut, Sesame Street remains one of the world's most watched preschool programs and one of the most beloved programs among children worldwide. This sentiment holds especially true among those who grew up watching it; their passion will likely never wane.
Over the years, however, child development research has led to a modification of the show, making it considerably less vivid than it once was. Topics like pipe smoking and children playing on construction sites have been removed from HBO Max prints of classic (pre-1990) episodes as many people recognize these can be potentially dangerous for young children.
Pinkfong Company and Sesame Street recently collaborated to honor Earth Day with an animated music video and YouTube playlist featuring Baby Shark, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby learning a new song together underwater. At one point during its most exciting part, Baby Shark asks his Sesame Street pals if they would like to join him for an underwater dance party!
The video's most impressive feat was filming it all on-location at Sesame Street's studio - something which required close cooperation between both companies to pull off successfully.
Pinkfong Company and Sesame Workshop enlisted a talented team of animators from Pinkfong Company and Sesame Workshop, including Baby Shark himself, to bring this video to life and it can now be found on both official Baby Shark and Sesame Street YouTube channels.