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Top 10 Worst Product Placement Fails In Music Videos

by Dan Tracer August 18, 2016

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These are strange days we’re living in.

Attention spans are short, media consumption is spread across a dizzying array of platforms and advertisers are always on the hunt to connect with consumers. Can you blame them? No. When done tastefully, ads can even be, dare we say, enjoyable.

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But can you blame record companies for injecting horribly transparent product placement into music videos? Yes, please cut it out.

Below, check out some particularly cringe-worthy attempts at getting you to obsess over the latest [watch, phone, car, you name it].

h/t OMG


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