Song Placement for Reebok BOKs Promotional Video

Posted by:  Small Army

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Summary

Small Army is seeking a highly energetic song for a promotional video for Reebok's non-profit BOKS program. The song should be fun, catchy and extremely energetic. There will be a $500 all-in license fee payable to selected artist. Artists should own 100% of the copyright to their songs, and should not submit any material with samples or interpolations./n/nSmall Army is seeking a highly energetic song for a promotional video for Reebok's non-profit BOKS program. The song should be fun, catchy and extremely energetic; think minute 3 of Florence & The Machine's 'Dog Days Are Over'. There will be a $500 all-in license fee payable to selected artist. Artists should own 100% of the copyright to their songs, and should not submit any material with samples or interpolations.


Detailed overview of the video:

There is an inactivity crisis in America. Childhood obesity is out of control and on the rise – and yet gym class is now eliminated in more than 50% of high schools. The 2 minute video opens on an empty gymnasium with a series of lonely objects - a pile of jump ropes, a perfectly still climbing rope, a basketball in the corner. Type on screen tells us that gym class has been cut in over a million schools.



Music kicks in, kids fly into the gym and the audience is told that Reebok is going to fill every one of these gyms up again. The video is non-stop action, with kids moving and never sitting still. The music should have a strong beat and an attitude to it, but never get mean. It could be underscored by people clapping, a little soul in the beginning, in the spirit of rallying people to this cause.


At the end, the proverbial rug gets pulled out. The music ceases for a few beats so the narrator can say that the problem still exists. Type rapidly appears on screen - Moms Dads Teachers Trainers Athletes – "We can't sit still." And bang, one last crescendo of music and burst of energy with kids running, jumping and playing. People should leave this fired up and ready to act.