The viral TikTok song “Planet Of The Bass” will have a full release later this month.
Comedian Kyle Gordon, who plays the character DJ CrazyTimes, created the europop skit, which was first shared in a 50-second clip on the platform.
To date, it has received nearly 7 million views, and Gordon announced an official release later this month.
“Fly to Croatia to film this. Full song on August 15th,” he wrote alongside a clip from a new video for the Mara Olney-influenced song. You can see it below.
I flew to Croatia to film this. Full song on August 15th! #djcrazytimes #eurodance #dancemusic #edm #funny #funnyvideos #funnytiktok
Planet of the Bass (feat. DJ Crazy Times & Ms. Biljana Electronica) – Kyle Gordon
The original clip for the track featured Gordon and influencer Audrey Trullinger dressed in Y2K club outfits, mimicking the style of Eurodance music videos, as they lip-synced to the tune around New York’s Oculus Center.
“It was amazing to see the reaction from a room packed with, probably, Eurodance fans who knew all the lyrics to a song from a 50-second clip only a week out,” he told NBC News about the reaction. with the song.”
He said the new Barbie movie was one of the main reasons he blew up the track.
“Maybe I was lucky with the premiere of the Barbie movie, because – and there are now three – people talk about Barbie, after ‘Barbie Girl’ [del grupo de europop Aqua], and when they think of ‘Barbie Girl’, they also think of eurodance, in general. So this sets the mood and of course it’s not something I would have intended.”
For its part, Barbie recently broke the barrier of 1,000 million dollars at the worldwide box office, just two weeks after the premiere.