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You asked for it America, and Dunkin’ said, “Hold my coffee,” to deliver the Super Bowl hit that you can’t get enough of. 

The big game from Sunday night brought in a staggering audience of 100 million viewers, which initially introduced The DunKings.  Missed the commercial? Catch up on the excitement below.

We had to give our coffee and donut-loving fans what they wanted. So, without further ado….

Starting today, February 14, music fans worldwide can now listen to The Dunkings’ entire hit song, “Don’t Dunk Away at My Heart” on Spotify and YouTube, below.

Crank the speakers and brace yourself for endless replays, because this chart-topping track is a pop banger. It’s irresistiable – thanks in part to “Touchdown Tommy on the keys” (Tom Brady), Matt Damon on backup vocals, and of course the original DunKing, Ben Affleck, fueled by his beloved Dunkin’.

But there’s more. In tandem with the song’s release on Spotify, Dunkin’ is letting fans in on Ben’s entire journey –  from setting the record straight at The GRAMMYs, to a pep talk with rap superstar Jack Harlow before he dramatically enters Jennifer Lopez’s recording session. The road to the DunKings has been captured in a new, extended cut of “The DunKings.” Watch the full transformation from actor to popstar HERE.

A hit like this deserves a proper listening party. But before entering the studio you must fully embody what it means to be part of this star-studded boy band. Start with the essentials:  the $2 DunKings Iced Coffee and DunKings MUNCHKINS® Skewer, and let the good times roll.

After diving into the track and taken a peek into the making of the band…. how do you like them donuts?

Let us know what you think of The Dunkings on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and TikTok.

To stay up to date on all things Dunkin', sign up for our email news alerts at news.dunkindonuts.com/alerts 

*“Don’t Dunk Away at My Heart” was written by Artists Equity’s VP-Executive Creative Director, Brandon Pierce, under his artist/songwriter moniker Beedy, and produced by The Kids Are Lucky.


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