❝ An earworm, sometimes known as a brainworm, sticky music, stuck song syndrome, or Involuntary Musical Imagery (INMI) is a catchy piece of music that continually repeats through a person’s mind after it is no longer playing. Phrases used to describe an earworm include “musical imagery repetition”, “involuntary musical imagery”, and “stuck song syndrome” ❞ — wikipedia
You have been warned.
The story of ‘Baby Shark’: How toddlers around the world made a K-pop earworm go viral
… The catchy children’s song has gone explosively viral, saturating the internet and the neural circuitry of toddlers the world over. It’s the latest pop culture trend to captivate a young audience – perhaps the youngest ever – fueled by animated, K-pop style YouTube music videos that have racked up more than 3 billion views.
The tune itself isn’t exactly new: It started as a simple nursery rhyme more than 20 years ago, a go-to singalong on school playgrounds and summer campgrounds. In 2015, it was reinvented as a series of whimsical music videos by Korean children’s entertainment brand Pinkfong. The most popular version features a lineup of cartoon sea creatures alongside singing and dancing Korean children. …
— SMH (2018-Sep-16)
Time for some music …
♫ PINKFONG – Baby Shark Dance
♫ Fast Food Rockers – Fast food Song
♫ Steps – 5, 6, 7, 8