Time for some humour.
Crazy Frog was created in 2003 as The Annoying Thing as a visual accompaniment for a vocal sound effect of a two-stroke engine that was originally recorded in 1997. The original video became popular and was licensed by a ringtone company and became a viral success, releasing a single in 2005 that was followed by several other singles and albums.
I Like to Move It was originally released by Reel 2 Real featuring The Mad Stuntman on their 1994 album Move It! and as a single, though it is now better known from the versions used in the Madagascar movies. This version only uses the catchy chorus of the song and has been given the Crazy Frog electronic treatment producing another tune that will stick in your brain for the rest of the day.
You can buy I Like to Move It on iTunes.
You can follow Crazy Frog on Facebook, on Instagram, and on its YouTube channel. You can buy its music on iTunes.