Yellow Baby Shark

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The rhyme “Baby shark” happens to be a children’s song in which each member of the shark family is introduced by different hand motions. Even though the song and its characters are believed to be in public domain, many entities have copyrighted original video and sound recordings of the song.

Version of Baby Shark Song

A Youtube video of a dance variant of baby Shark went viral online in 2007. Video was named “Kleiner Hai” (German for Little Shark) and was published by Alexandra Müller, likewise known by her stage name Alemuel. The variant was set to the theme of Jaws and is based on a story in which the baby shark grows up and eats a swimmer. The video immediately acquired notoriety and Alemuel got a record deal from EMI to publish the tune joined by disco beats on May 30, 2008.

The single climbed up to the 25th position on the German charts and 21 in the Austrian charts. Using this famous single, the youtube community created a video which was based on the video of the original song. The German version of the tune still stays popular among German people and numerous varieties (additionally in various dialects of German) have been distributed.

The baby Shark rhyme was additionally caught attention of the public when a video of it was produced by Pinkfong, a brand of South Korean media startup SmartStudy. The video of this version of baby Shark was released online on November 26, 2015. All recordings connected with Pinkfong’s melody had collected more than 5 billion views as of November 2019, making it the most-seen educational video ever.

This variant of the song was performed by then-10-year-old Korean-American artist Hope Segoine. The music video included two child actors, one of whom is Elaine Johnston, a 9 year-old New Zealander of Korean-Scottish descent.

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