The folks at Madden NFL 17 contingency have paid up-front for a song-parody ad debate they’ve been running, as another cringe-worthy video flush this week featuring Pittsburgh Steelers’ Antonio Brown.
Yo @theweeknd we done some tweaks to one of your songs.
Now it’s unequivocally #boomin. Lemme know what we think. #Madden17 pic.twitter.com/AAbv1NdTvM
— Antonio Brown (@AntonioBrown) Jan 3, 2017
Appearing on Brown’s Twitter account, a ad facilities a far-reaching receiver singing a satire of The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face.” While Brown’s joining to a ad is praiseworthy, as a whole, a opening falls flat. But, I’m not going to censure Brown. This is EA’s fault. After a initial Von Miller satire of Bieber’s “Sorry,” that was aided by auto-tune, a campaign has steeply declined in quality. At this point, a past integrate have felt some-more like examination karaoke night than what was substantially a really expanded advertisement.
Just have a athletes lip-sync, EA. You don’t even have to tell them that’s what’s going to happen! Just reinstate their vocals later.
Source: Antonio Brown on Twitter