Skull Releases First Ever Animated Ringtone
Posted on January 19, 2007 by Jamie Slaughter
Under the direction of Mariah Carey's brother, Morgan Carey; YG Entertainment will launch the first animated ringtone ever released in the United States featuring, Korean Reggae Artist, Skull.
The ringtone will be available for purchase January 17, 2007 on a
variety of mobile phone carriers. It will support the artist's first release entitled, "Boom Di, Boom di" produced by Skull, and written by himself, and Mighty Mystic.
Users across the country will now simply be able text "Skull" to SMS code 368747 to download this sexy animated ringtone. YG will be spreading the love by giving the first 1000 customers opportunity to download the ringtone for free.
Already creating quite a buzz in the industry, the single itself is Top 5 on the RapAttackLives.com Top 30 chart as well as Top 10 on the RapNetwork Top 30 chart. The provocative up-tempo track is featured on the Bronx's DJ Technics' influential "Da West Indeez" Reggae mixtape.
Notables such as DJ Bobcat have had nothing but praise for "Boom Di, Boom di." He says, "Skull is incredible, he defines what Hip-Hop culture is all about." Multiplatinum recording artist, Mariah Carey adds, "The song is really hot."
The ringtone will be followed up by a full-length animated video to be exploited in the mobile space. Skull is currently writing with DJ Bobcat, Mike Cip and collaborating with Mighty Mystic, and has recently been approached to perform at the World Peace One concert, a charitable event on August 11, 2007, which will be broadcast from 12 countries to a projected 2.7 billion people worldwide.