Meta Uses ‘Sleng Teng Riddim’ In Their New Commercial – Video

With the rebranding of the company formerly known as Facebook to Meta, there have been many updates bound to take place, some of which the organization’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg highlighted in a video announcing the change.

One of the specifics of the change from Facebook to Meta has to do with making the company’s online social platforms more comfortable for a virtual reality experience.


ZJ Sparks being the quick social media person she is, found a post by the updated company showing art lovers observing a  piece of work by French artist Henri Rousseau done in 1908, with the only difference being the work now animated in 2D to highlight the direction that Meta is going in.

In the same art piece, it shows animals moving about dancing to songs and goes on in the last part to have the popular “Sleng Teng riddim” by King Jammys as one of the tunes which are very monumental for the culture of Jamaica.

“Sleng Teng Riddim” was created in the year 1985, by veteran producer King Jammys who went on to record singers such as Wayne Smith, Tenor Saw, Yellowman and many more on the instrumental which at the time introduced the new era of Dancehall music which is now loved worldwide.

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