Comedian Jon Lajoie Pleads with Advertisers to Use His Song in Their Commercial

Getting your song used in a commercial can earn you big bucks—and so you can’t blame Canadian lol-master Jon Lajoie begging advertisers to use his song in their commercials in the music video “Please Use This Song.”

OK, he’s not really serious because how could you be with a title like that, but it brilliantly parodies the bland, insipid music that gets picked up to hawk products all the time.

So come on, there must be a company out there who would have the balls to actually use this in a commercial? Anyone? Thought not.

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Background on Jon Lajoie:
Jonathan "Jon" Lajoie (born August 21, 1980) is a French-Canadian comedian, actor, rapper, singer, musician and Internet celebrity from Montreal, Quebec. He gained fame mostly from his YouTube channel, "jonlajoie," posting comedic original songs (as rapper E=MC Vagina), as well as comedy skits. He is also known for his role as Taco MacArthur on the FX comedy series The League.

Since 2003, he has acted as an English-Canadian musician named Thomas Edison in Radio-Canada's French-Canadian sitcom L'Auberge du chien noir. Jon Lajoie began his career as a comedy musician in 2006. Lajoie's performance includes music, skits, and some stand-up comedy. Jon Lajoie has also released 2 studio albums and appeared on Comedy Central Presents.

The League: Lajoie currently has a role in the FXX TV show The League as Taco MacArthur, a perpetually stoned and unemployed musician. Lajoie performs his song "The Birthday Song" and "Vaginal Hubris" in two episodes of the first season. Throughout the series, Lajoie performs songs written specifically for the show.

Comedy Central Presents: Jon Lajoie filmed an episode of Comedy Central Presents on November 7, 2009. It premiered on March 5, 2010. The same special aired uncensored as part of Comedy Central's Secret Stash on June 6 at 1:30 AM (EST). The special featured the world premiere of the video for his song "Pop Song".