Geico Money Commercial Song
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Aah…the “Geico Money Commercial Song.” We’ve all heard it, and we all (blush) like it. If you’re looking for the latest hit song from all those Geico insurance commercials, look no further.
The song, which goes hand-in-hand with the famed “Geico money stack,” is a remix of Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” by music producers Mysto & Pizzi.
The duo hail from Queens, New York, and are aged just 21 and 22, respectively. They’ve also worked with a number of other high profile artists, including Justin Timberlake, R. Kelly, Ciarra, and Kelly Rowland.
Pretty impressive resume considering how young the pair is, especially with the initial success of the commercials associated with the song.
In the past, you could download the tune for free on their website, in full length, high quality format. But sadly no longer.
I’ve got to hand it to Geico, they’ve really done well with their marketing campaigns, including catchy songs like this one in nearly all their commercials these days.
It’s definitely the road less traveled in the notoriously boring insurance industry, and a move that has worked wonders for them.
They’ve also seen great success with their Caveman concept, which resulted in a now defunct television series, and the now infamous British gecko.