Frases para whatsapp de canciones de reggaeton

Maluma – ADMV (Urban Version – Official Video)

Its music video, directed by Julián Levy, was released simultaneously with the song and takes place in a car garage location and its theme focuses on the adrenaline of speed.[3] It had a positive reception for its artistic style and, in turn, was compared by its style to Fast & Furious.[4] The song was released on September 8, 2022.

Finally, on September 5, 2022, Becerra announced through her social media that it would be released as the second single from her upcoming album on September 8, 2022.[8] With that, she also revealed the cover of the single, which shows Becerra standing in front of a burning car while wearing a body-tight red vinyl outfit consisting of a short jacket and pants. And she’s wearing a tousled carré wig and two long braids.[9]

«Automático» was composed by the artist herself and the production was in charge of Nico Cotton. According to Becerra, the melody of the song was created by herself and was born, after leaving the supermarket to the parking lot, where she composed the chorus.[10] Regarding the composition process, she mentioned to Billboard magazine that she was inspired by the pioneers of reggaeton to give life to this melody. [2] And in turn, through a press release, she stated that she wanted to give it the modern touch that marks her own style, with the sensuality and strong personality that characterizes her. 11] In an interview for Billboard Argentina, Becerra explained her work in more detail:

Luis Fonsi, Paty Cantú – La Mentirosa (Audio)

María-Teresa Cáceres-Lorenzo does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.

It is a musical style that has always been viewed with suspicion, as it is surprising because of the sexual stereotypes that its videos and lyrics often present. Despite this issue, nowadays part of reggaeton has evolved in such a way that other versions, such as Christian reggaeton, can be found on the web.

Unfortunately, these non-academic digital resources created by amateurs or music specialists are quite unstable, and appear and disappear easily (such as, referenced in some academic articles and now defunct).

The very marginal vocation of the reggaeton phenomenon, the initial scorn it suffered from the media and official bodies, and the lack of knowledge of academic sources on the American lexicon, has not allowed this world of reggaeton to use other works to understand the expressions and lyrics of its authors.

Video para estado de WhatsApp de amor,❤️ /Pará dedicar

«Cumbia 420 pa’ lo’ negro'», says and repeats over and over again L-Gante, the cumbia singer sensation of the moment. There is cumbia and there is fasito, there are speakers and there is villa. But what is Cumbia 420, is it a fashion, a sound or a style? Here, we unveil the mystery.

Now, is this explanation enough to understand what Cumbia 420 is? Of course not: «It is a reggaeton that has all the cadence of cumbia from the rhythmic structure», explains DT.Bilardo.

Likewise, the phenomenon of Cumbia 420 reached the traditional media with a bang, with L-Gante’s appearance on Showmatch, one of the longest-running programs on Argentine TV. The singer’s media rally also included an appearance on Polémica en el Bar and even a funny one-on-one interview with journalist Eduardo Feinmann.

RKT is a musical genre derived from reggaeton that usually incorporates cumbia villera sounds and very powerful bass. The style emerged in the suburbs at the beginning of the last decade, when it was known as «cumbia mixeada» or «enganchado».

Esta web utiliza cookies propias para su correcto funcionamiento. Contiene enlaces a sitios web de terceros con políticas de privacidad ajenas que podrás aceptar o no cuando accedas a ellos. Al hacer clic en el botón Aceptar, acepta el uso de estas tecnologías y el procesamiento de tus datos para estos propósitos. Más información