Ayzenberg junior strategist Ashley Otah surfaces the latest trends at play in the world of culture and entertainment.


In the first new platform since 2016, Coke’s ‘Real Magic’ global campaign kicked off with a new ad titled “One Coke Away from Each Other.” Centering around Gen Z and gamers, the video showcases the dichotomies between the virtual landscape and unity in the digital age. Although a split camp has arisen regarding its reception, many note that it aligns with previous themes from the brand.


TikTok and Twitter take on NFTs. While Twitter is solidifying a new process for NFT authentication, TikTok has decided to partner with select celebrities, creators and more to release a collection. Expect to see similar integrations and rollouts from platforms soon.


Clubhouse now lets users record streams, share and download clips, and more. The new features titled ‘replays‘ and ‘clips‘ aim to align with the similar offerings of Twitter Spaces and Spotify Greenroom. As the space becomes more competitive, interactiveness and personalization are becoming increasingly imperative.

“Spooky Season”

Have no fear, fall is finally here. Although people can’t quite pin the person who coined the term, a deep dive into the world wide web showcases the rise of “Spooky Season.” Dubbing things “Spooky Spice Lattes,” “Spooky Baskets,” and more, brands are catching up and cashing in on people’s love for “Spooky Season.”


Tapping into TikTok. Square partners with the platform to let its TikTok for Business users promote and sell on the video app. Social commerce is booming and does not look to be slowing down as more want fast, easy, and integrated shopping experiences.