Since it is the holiday season, it is nice to unwind and talk about entertainment. For Corvette enthusiasts, there’s nothing that can replace the joy they feel when their favorite car gets featured in mainstream pop music.
We recently came across the official music video of “Adderall (Corvette Corvette) Remix” by Popp Hunna. It premiered on YouTube on December 18, 2020. In a short amount of time, it got 7.1 million views, which indicates how catchy it is.
In this video, it shows off Chevrolet’s prized opus. There’s a fleet of Chevrolet C8 Corvettes rolling throughout the video. We have also seen some C7 Corvette and the cameo appearances of Chevy Suburban and Chevy Silverado.
The track itself premiered in October. Since then, the single has already garnered millions of streams on platforms like Spotify and TikTok. It gained enough traction that Sasha Obama herself posted a TikTok video showing how she grooved with the music.
Perhaps, it is safe to say that Popp Hunna’s “Adderall (Corvette Corvette) is a homage to the American Hero. After all, the music video itself showcased a fleet of brand-new C8s, with each of them having different aftermarket exterior customizations.
The lyrics of the song directly refers to the excitement a person feels while driving a Corvette. As Corvette fans, we can all relate to this. Just a reminder, a base C8 Corvette boasts 495 horsepower and 470 lb-feet of torque. And with such capability, you’ll be surprised that it is not as expensive as its segment rivals.
A tribute to the C8 Corvette is a great way to end 2020!