HitClips is a digital audio player created by Tiger Electronics that plays ultra-low-fi stereo one minute clips of pop songs. There is a version for four year olds called KidClips. HitClips were first distributed by McDonalds when they did *NSYNC and Britney Spears. In 2002, Hitclips earned Tiger Electronics approximately $80 million. Tiger Electronics has licensing agreements for HitClips with popular records labels like Atlantic Records, Jive Records, Zomba Label Group, and Capitol Records. HitClips was first promoted by McDonalds, Disney radio, and Lunchables.
i almost cried remembering the little red stereo that played a minute of Sugar Ray, me and Larry walked/biked/ran 6 miles to see a couple of chicks that were sleeping by the time we got there so we took a nap and went back, Larry is dead now, we had been the greatest of friends and i wish i still had the little red thing
I had so many hit clips and I had the little ear piece that looks sort of like a bluetooth and you just popped the little music thing in and danced around lol. Now that I look back at all this, one minute of music seems pretty lame.