Jose Altoveros / Sting, FCA | November 16, 2018 17:47
Sting and Shaggy drive Miami at the Abarth 124 Spider
While watching music videos, one of the key features that we often see is the leading role of players in superautas or luxury SUVs and sedans. Shaggy and Sting decided to choose something more "calm" for their latest music video. Specifically, the two see the Fiat 124 Spider Abarth driving in the car in the 80's music video "Gotta Get Back My Baby" from the music album 44/876.
In the video, Spider plays the main role as a ride of both Sting and Shaggy & # 39; who represent two Miami detectives. To complete the appearance of the Miami cops, they both even convinced their Captain that they would want to "need a spider". In general, the music video has the style and atmosphere of the 80s and 90s, which is a tribute to classic TV series and films such as Miami Vice.
Although the Abarth 124 Spider may not have the same power as the Lamborghini or Ferrari spiders, it certainly does just as well when you just want to see Miami, as seen in the movie.
This is not the first time Shaggy and Sting and the Fiat-Chrysler Association (FCA) have collaborated on one of their music videos. Two previously used 2019 Jeep Wrangler Sahara for other music singles, Do not Make Me Wait, from the same album.
"We are constantly striving for an unexpected marketing effort in all FCA brands and certainly here, the funny personality of the FIAT brand gives us a chance for a little adventure and fun in our approach to our music partners. Fiat 124 Spider Abarth is incredibly honored to play the role of the legendary and bold Sting and Shaggy in their latest music video, "said Olivier Francois, marketing director and head of FIAT, FCA.
Watch the full Shaggy and Sting video posted above.