James Corden makes suggestions about a commercial advertising the all-new Apple Music in Apple’s latest TV spot released…you guessed, to advertise the Apple Music.
The two-minute video features the comedian in an office, in front of Apple executives Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine and Bozoma Saint John, coming with several ideas on how to inform users about Apple Music’s vast selection of tracks and special features like offline listening.
“What if I am giving birth to Justin Bieber, who’s giving birth to Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers’ frontman), who is giving birth to a phone” – is Corden’s first idea.
Another idea regards the impersonating of every iconic music star in history, such as David Bowie, Slash, Spice Girl, and Pharrell. Driving in a convertible, in the desert and giving an iPhone to a young boy sitting on the side of the road who says that he’s thirsty – is his next idea, rejected of course by the panel of Apple exec.
“James, why we don’t just tell them we have 40 million songs?”
“I can work with that”, says Corden, and comes up with a new idea: him, dressed in a black suit, diving in the ocean and surrounded, under water, by 40 million apples.
“And then what?”
“The Apple Music logo fills the screen”.
“I don’t think this is gonna work” – comes the answer.
“Wait, I’ve got more ideas” – says Corden.
The spot ends with onscreen lines describing what Apple Music offers: “Playlists handpicked just for you. Music anywhere, even offline. Over 40 million songs. New members get three months free”.