New Ford Fusion Commercial Inspired By Tupac Shakur Poem

Movies & TV

/ November 23, 2012

Is Hip-Hop having the best 2012 of all-time? You tell us after the jump!

Ford’s advertising campaign was unveiled earlier this week, using Tupac Shakur’s “The Rose That Grew From Concrete” as the commercial’s soundtrack.

The all-new Ford Fusion has continued to redefine design and luxury for midsize sedan lovers around the nation. Their newest advertising campaign hopes to show off their mobile to the African American community. The inspiring campaign demonstrates Ford’s continued commitment to “go further” in bringing game-changing products to its consumers.

The fully integrated advert entitled, “A Rose,” debuted this Monday, Nov. 19, and includes radio and print ads in addition to a digital execution featuring a series of web videos that will live on Ford’s website (http://www.ford.com/brandnew). Ander Royo (HBO’s “The Wire,” NBC’s “Heroes”) stars in the commercial, which includes a voice-over reciting the late, great Tupac Shakur’s poem.

You can see the clip for yourself below:

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