We anticipate that Yas Island’s latest video campaign will go viral

It’s put to a Vanilla Ice song this time

Yas Island recently unveiled a brand-new video campaign, and their video production crew once again outdid itself.

Yas Island is back with a bigger and better version of its 2021 viral ad Stayin’ On Yas, which is based on the Bee Gees’ 1977 hit song Staying Alive.

The newest video uses Vanilla Ice’s classic song Ice Ice Baby, with the lyrics changed to say YasYas Baby to entice tourists and UAE residents to visit the world’s top leisure and entertainment destinations.

The lighthearted videos encourage tourists to “break like they mean it” while they are there.

The animated short, which is styled after a music video, is upbeat and entertaining as throngs of dancers and mascots demonstrate their moves across Yas Island’s attractions.

The video features Warner Bros. WorldTM Abu Dhabi, YasWaterworld, and Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. As do other places like Yas Mall, the Yas Links golf course in Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina Circuit, and the ground-breaking adventure center CLYMBTM Abu Dhabi.

After the 2021 Bee Gees-inspired music video reached over nine million people and received nearly seven million views in its first week, we anticipate that the YasYas Baby video will go viral and take over the internet.

Want to see the newest video? On the website’s social media pages, including Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, you may watch YasYas Baby.

American comedian Kevin Hart participated in a humorous video earlier this year to promote the ad.

In the video, Kevin can be seen driving a white Ferrari around Yas Island. His appointment as Yas Island’s Chief Island Officer was later made public.

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