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Source:  VICE

Apparently, the secret is to think like a toddler.

If you’ve never heard “Baby Shark”, you’ve somehow managed to escape the most infectious song in recent memory.

The “Baby Shark” video, consisting of a simple animation of a family of cute sharks, has over two billion views on YouTube.

“Baby Shark” wasn’t an accidental viral hit.  Pinkfong, the Korean educational entertainment brand that created “Baby Shark,” has become a toddler music juggernaut over the past few years.

Part of Pinkfong’s success is their attention to all aspects of what makes a song catch on, including creating dances tailored to the limited motor skills of pre-verbal children.

VICE News visited the Pinkfong headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, to see how baby hits are made.

Read the story at VICE.

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