Netflix’s Human Resources landed on the streaming giant this weekend with its theme song already a hit among watchers.
The show is a spin-off version of the animated coming of age sitcom Big Mouth that featured the likes of hormone monsters and love bugs guide main characters Andrew, Nick, and Jessi go through puberty.
Like Big Mouth’s catchy intro song, Human Resources also features a snappy tune which seems to have also caught the attention of fans. We take a look at the track featured in Netflix’s Human Resources theme song.
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What is Netflix’s Human Resources theme song?
Netflix’s Human Resources theme song is Make Me Feel by singer and actress Janelle Monáe. As well as featuring in the show’s intro via her track Make Me Feel, Monáe also stars in the show as she voices the character of Claudia.
The track was released in 2018 and featured on Monáe’s third studio album Dirty Computer. Monáe is said to have worked with closely Prince on her 2018 album with NME reporting the legendary singer may have even helped with Make Me Feel.
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Netflix’s Human Resources theme song has fans hooked
Human Resources appears to have followed with its own catchy track, which fans have since dubbed a “bop”. Following the show’s premiere on Netflix this week, fans have shared their appreciation for the tune on Twitter:
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Human Resources is not its only on-screen feature
If you thought Janelle Monáe’s Make Me Feel sounded familiar, you might recognise it for its use in advertising across the US and the UK.
UK audiences may be familiar with the song for its use in the autumn 2021 advert for home furnishings and accessories retailer Habitat.