The Argentinian manufacturer bizarre and the Colombian singer Shakira will be there next weekend at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonthe legendary television show in the United States.
Specifically, both will play live on Friday, March 10 on Music session no. 53 which, since its launch on January 11, has become a worldwide hit. The song, dedicated to Gerard Piqué, has nearly 383 million views on YouTube and another 374 million listeners on Spotify.
The confirmation came from the NBC television network, which confirmed that Bizarrap and Shakira will be in next Friday’s edition along with other guests such as Lucy Liu and Damson Idris.
“See you next week, Jimmy.“Bizarrap wrote on his official Instagram account, where he has more than 18 million followers.
Schedule begins Friday, March 10 at 11:35 pm Eastern Time (00.35 on Saturday in Argentina), where DirecTV airs The Tonight Show in its entirety on its channel 1201 in the Southern Cone.
In this way, the young producer of Ramos Mejía will become the second Argentine artist to appear in the mythical Fallon program, after the Rosario singer Nicki Nicole did it on April 27, 2021.
Nicki Nicole, the first Argentine on the Jimmy Fallon show
Nicki Nicole made history on the night of Tuesday 27 April by becoming the first Argentine in appearing in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonthe legendary television show in the United States.
Rosario, who breaks YouTube viewing records, featured two songs: Wapo Traketerowhose official video already exceeds 136 million views, e Don’t touch my Naikhis theme with Lunay, which already has more than 31 million hits.
Fallon introduced the artist as “an Argentinian superstar making his US television debut” with his album in his hands.
“It was a mixture of nervousness and happiness. During the processing, I realized that I was the first Argentine to be there, so carrying our country’s flag made me very happy and put me in a place where I felt very happy,” he explained in an interview. exclusive with Baby Count me.
Although he admitted that he feels “very scared“for appearing on one of the most important programs on American television, where he sang his first hit, “Wapo traketero”, and his last, “No toque mi naik”, together with the singer Lunay, highlighted that “fortunately all went well”.
“It was a real surprise. People on my team were always making jokes like ‘look, this is Jimmy Fallon’. I think for most of the industry what he does means a lot,” he added.
And he continued: “Actually my nerves play in my favor because I have decided so. They can play against them and I was very afraid to do it, because it is a program in which Fallon has practically chosen me to represent what is the Argentine scene. I know he really likes it.”
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