Facebook continues to promote its groups with a new installment, featuring the Kazoo at the Barbershop.
The spot features members of the International Kazoo Players Association (a Facebook group with 8784 members, where kazoo players from around the world can share the joy of the kazoo) performing on their kazoos Big Freedia’s 2020 single “Louder” (from her EP of the same name, released earlier this month, on March 13).
This is not the first commercial featuring kazoo-playing enthusiasts. A previous spot featured two young women who discover, while being stuck in the same boring lecture hall, a shared love of kazoo. The duo, who are then transported, along with other kazoo players, to the middle of a Big Freedia concert, are invited on stage by the musician, who reveals herself to be a kazoo aficionado, as well.
During this year’s Super Bowl, Facebook runned a commercial that showcased a variety of groups, including Table Rock Lake, Craft Cocktail Club, Moab Rock Climbers, Starting Strongman, From the Front Porch, Rock Buggies, Amateur Experimental Rocketery, Alcatraz Triathletes, Rockhounds, Clonehenge Stonehenge Replicas Unleashed, Stone Sculptors Around the World, and Rocky Balboa Going the Distance. Sylvester Stallone and Chris Rock co-starred in the ad, which aimed to highlight that, “Whatever you rock, there’s a Facebook Group for you”.