Bizarrap premiered their Music Session #54 this Wednesday night with Arcangel. The subject, which in about six hours amassed nearly seven million viewsreflected the story of the overcoming of the Puerto Rican reggaeton icon, but at the same time introduced characters such as Diego Maradona, “Leo” (for Messi), Paulo Dybala, “El Dibu” (in reference to Martínez) and Shakira, in various phrases that broke several records in his previous collaboration with the Argentinian producer.
For starters, after highlighting his growth in the music business, Arcangel states in the lyrics that his “legendary flow He doesn’t have an opponent like Maradona on the field”.
In another passage of the song, the Caribbean rapper celebrated his artistic encounter with Bizarrap, a “combination of Dybala with Leo”. The composer of Ramos Mejía, who, as in other sessions, had accompanied the rhythm of the music with his body, pointed with both hands to the back, where the name of the Roma footballer from Cordoba was imprinted on the national team shirt he was wearing
But the football references didn’t stop there. Subsequently, Arcangel proclaimed himself a winner within the music industry and recited: “The contest is palto (sic) and like the Dibu for the bug gave me the trophy”. The obvious reference was the celebration the Argentine goalkeeper felt after being recognized with the golden glove at the World Cup, bringing that award to his genitals.
The last of the Music Session #54 links was related to Shakira, the star of Music Session #53 dedicated to her ex-husband Gerard Piqué, which launched on January 11 and quickly became a worldwide hit. “I rested for a couple of years and came back and hit it. Killing them like Shakira with Piqué”, was the analogy of the Archangel.
Who is Arcangel, protagonist of BZRP Music Session #54
Austin Agustín Santos, better known by his stage name Arcangel, was born on December 23, 1985 in New York, United States, into a family of Dominican parents. However, grew up in Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico.
It was the first part of the reggaeton duo Arcángel & De La Ghetto, who rose to fame in 2005. In early 2007, each of them embarked on separate careers. Since then he has released seven albums: The phenomenon (2008), Feelings, elegance and evil (2013), Ares (2018), Historias de un capricornio (2019), Los favoritos 2 (2020), Los favoritos 2.5 (2021) and Mr Saints (2022).
In addition, he has collaborated with the vast majority of stars of the urban genre: Myke Towers, Eladio Carrión, Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, J Balvin, Ñengo Flow, Ozuna, ANuel AA and Nicky Jam, among others.
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