Most musicians wouldn’t dare sell-out and allow their music to be used for a commercial. A couple decades ago, that statement would have been received as undeniably true. Times have changed. These days, getting a song into a commercial is often seen as a break or a badge of honor. And with this shift has come the demise of a pretty awesome art form: The commercial jingle. From The Atlantic: This is what advertising music means today: Instead of jingles, we have singles.