Arti kata mind your own business menurut kamus inggris

It’s safe khổng lồ assume that the mouths of wizening hipsters across the country dropped open with astonishment when they heard “Mind Your Own Business,” a relatively obscure, 40-year-old song by short-lived British post-punk quintet Delta 5, blasting from their TVs when a new Apple ad aired during the NBA play-ins.

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The tuy vậy was the first single by Delta 5, which grew out of the late ‘70s Leeds University art-school scene that spawned post-punk luminaries lượt thích Gang of Four and the Mekons. Unusually, the group had two bassists, và the tuy vậy is built around a driving beat, throbbing bassline (oddly reminiscent of the Slits’ cover of “Heard It Through the Grapevine,” released around the same time), stabs of grating, Gang of Four-lượt thích guitar và chanted, in-your-face vocals. The group achieved some indie acclalặng in the U.K. và U.S., but split in 1981 after a lukewarm response to lớn its debut album, “See the Whirl.”

However, the tuy nhiên và the group acquired a cult following over the years, with a handful of indie covers và occasional airplay on alternative sầu radio, & a compilation was released in 2006 on the long-running indie label Kill Roông xã Stars — which is essentially how the tuy nhiên landed in Apple’s “Privacy on iPhone” ad, which dropped Thursday.

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The spot was placed by Terrorbird Media, whose sync licensing department was started by Lauren Ross — who began her career as an intern at Kill Roông xã Stars before branching into lớn licensing and joining Terrorbird.

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“‘Mind Your Own Business’ has been one of my favorite songs, ever since Kill Rock Stars reissued a Delta 5 compilation while I was working there,” she tells “The song has a wonderfully deadpan sass to lớn it and features one of my favorite basslines ever. Our team knew this would be the perfect song for an upcoming Apple campaign, given Apple’s recent emphasis on privacy. All of us at Terrorbird and Kill Rock Stars were thrilled khổng lồ see it materialize, as was the band!”

She was quick lớn credit Media Arts Lab, an agency that works often with Apple, for the ad’s concept & execution —“We just provided the music. They did a phenomenal job editing picture lớn music and music khổng lồ picture,” she adds.


“This is part of what I love so much about sync licensing,” Ross concludes. “Generally, there is no expiration date for musical relevance. Whether it’s a new release or a tuy vậy by an inactive band, if the tuy vậy tells the right story at the right time, it’s going lớn stick.”