If you’ve seen the new Versace Dylan Turquoise advert, you may be wondering what the catchy tune is that’s playing in the background. Well, we’ve got the answer for you!
The music featured in the Versace Dylan Turquoise Advert is a song called “Gotta Have It” by a British singer-songwriter named Beabadoobee. This song is from her 2019 EP titled “Loveworm”.
Who is Beabadoobee?
Beabadoobee, whose real name is Beatrice Laus, was born in Iloilo City, Philippines and raised in London. She started writing her own music at age 17 and gained popularity on YouTube with her acoustic covers of songs by artists such as The 1975 and Alex G.
The Making of “Gotta Have It”
Beabadoobee wrote “Gotta Have It” with help from producer Pete Robertson (formerly of The Vaccines) and musician Matty Healy of The 1975. In an interview with NME, she described how the song came about:
“We were just messing around in a session with Matty Healy and Pete Robertson, it was really quick actually. We just thought it sounded cool.”
The Sound of “Gotta Have It”
“Gotta Have It” has a dreamy indie-pop sound that’s reminiscent of artists like Alvvays and Frankie Cosmos. Beabadoobee’s soft vocals are layered over jangly guitars and a steady drumbeat.
Now that you know what the music on the Versace Dylan Turquoise Advert is and who it’s by, you might want to check out more of Beabadoobee’s music! Her EP “Loveworm” has received critical acclaim for its lo-fi sound and introspective lyrics. And who knows, maybe you’ll hear more of her music in future commercials or on your favorite TV show!
- Beabadoobee is a British singer-songwriter
- “Gotta Have It” is from her 2019 EP “Loveworm”
- The song was written with the help of Pete Robertson and Matty Healy
- “Gotta Have It” has a dreamy indie-pop sound