The soft drink company has recorded a customized song just for you (and everyone else with your name).
Coca-Cola has gone one insane step further with this summer's "Share a Coke" campaign, releasing hundreds of mini-songs that feature first and last names ranging from Aaron to Zach. "Celebrating over 1,000 names on Coke bottles in stores with a unique tune for every name," the company says on a special search website for the promotion.
The custom songs -- which were uploaded to YouTube late last month -- typically last around 18 seconds and vary in genre, depending on the name. To find a song, you just have to type a name into Coke's site for the campaign, which is helmed by Fitzco//McCann.
The music production was handled by Score a Score, a Los Angeles based firm that specializes in creating original music for ads and games, and they don't mess around. The selection is impressive -- with the firm creating different tracks even for names that sound exactly the same (Marc and Mark are unique, for example). Genre-wise, there's folk (Lisa), new wave (Jim) and hip-hop (Jack), among other styles.