A few times the partying to drown out the bad of loves had given as good results as that is giving them to Karol G and Nicki Minaj thanks to its striking combination in the song Tusa. A single that, despite the fact that it has a meaning that is still unknown to many, don’t stop singing it! Or, at least listen to it, because this hit has come to sit at the top of the lists of our country.
It is an undoubted success, and for the people who already factoring in possible new versions and remixes, including deck that might be behind Bad Bunnyafter he gave to understand in social networks. However, of the many covers circulating on the Internet, even of the Tusa in your version flamenca has caused so much stir as it has done, nothing more and nothing less than, a mexican priest in full mass. The ultimate test of that, as is evident, is conquering even the most unsuspected parts, but never would have imagined that a song of reggaeton would go to a religious ceremony. “But if you put in the song, and gives it a depression dumb / Crying starts to call, but he left it in the mailbox /what it Will be because another is?“so it is as the man encourages all attendees to join, those who without hesitation to sing this anthem of disaffection with him. It is as well as form a choir so curious that for some of the parishioners, it was inevitable to record, and who has given back to the world of viral way.
Regarding the song, there are some new features. According to various media in Latin america, Tusa it is a song that inicialmente was going to interpret the also colombian Sebastian Yatra but, after burning it, rejected it for not liking the result. Contrary to what has happened with the Tusa of Karol G and Nicki Minajthat seems to be the owner of an expansion without limits. In fact, and as just one of the many examples of the phenomenon that can be given in figures, the single rubs already 419 million reproductions on YouTube. It seems that female empowerment has been installed in the world of reggaeton with more force than ever, and that it has done so, it to stay!