Baby I'm Yours

Baby I'm Yours

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Baby I'm Yours is a nu-disco and funk song made by producer and DJ Breakbot featuring vocals from Irfane. Since its release, the song has been featured in numerous Vines, usually involving a bass-boosted or ear rape version of the song after the line "change my state of mind, love so hard to find."


Breakbot, the alias of French producer Thibaut Jean-Marie Michel Berland, first released the song as a single on February 15th, 2010 on Ed Banger Records, with vocals from Christopher Irfan Khan-Acito, also known as Irfane. The single would include remixes and the B-side "Make You Mine." The song would be rereleased on June 21st, 2010, and would later be included in Breakbot's debut album By Your Side. On June 9th, a music video, featuring surreal watercolor imagery, for the song was uploaded by Ed Banger Records to Youtube, gaining over 48 million views in the next 7 years (shown below).

Two years later, the song was acknowledged as an inspiration for Bruno Mars' disco hit "Treasure." Breakbot and Irfane were credited as writers to prevent a lawsuit.


In 2016 on Vine, a video featuring Eric Wareheim of Tim and Eric getting hit by a car set to the music grew popular. As the video begins, the song can be heard starting faintly, but when the car hits the man, the song suddenly gets louder and more distorted.

Various other videos of similar content (people getting into unfortunate events) or just people dancing to the song started appearing on multiple other sites such as YouTube.

Ladies and Gentlemen, We Got Him

The song was popular in spreading the Ladies and Gentlemen, We Got Him meme, as several videos used the quote in their remixes. On August 4th, 2018, YouTuber LEGEND uploaded a green background template video featuring the Bremer clip paired with the audio from the song, with the song loudly distorted at the end (shown below).

On July 23rd, 2018, YouTuber Dolan Darker uploaded a video entitled "PEWDIEPIE GOT LIGMA", in which PewDiePie asks about the meaning of the term Sugondese after which the Bremer clip is heard (shown below, left). The same day, another edit was uploaded, featuring Tyler "Ninja" Blevins inquiring about rumors of his death from ligma in an Instagram comment (shown below, right).

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