Budweiser has re-recorded the audio for its iconic 1999 advert to make it more relevant to people in lockdown and encourage them to connect with friends and family. Budweiser is bringing back its iconic Whassup ad as it looks to encourage people to check in on their friends during the coronavirus lockdown.
How old is the whats up Budweiser commercial?
Whassup? (also known as Wazzup) was a commercial campaign for Anheuser-Busch Budweiser beer from 1999 to 2002. The first spot aired during Monday Night Football on December 20, 1999. The ad campaign was run worldwide and became a pop culture catchphrase.
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What is up with Budweiser quarantine?
Budweiser is bringing back its iconic Whassup ad as it looks to encourage people to check in on their friends during the coronavirus lockdown. The ad uses the original video but with new audio more suited to current times.
What did Wazzup come from?
The original Whassup ad aired between 1999 and 2002, ushering in a wave of viral ad hits. It was based on the short film True by Charles Stone III in which a group of African-American men phone each other while watching sport, with the dialogue centre around yells of “whassup?.