Next July 4th will celebrate another anniversary of US Independence Day, however, fans have turned this memorable date into a trend on social networks not because of the country’s separation from the British Empire, but because of the lyrics. “At Your Mercy” by reggaeton singer Bad Bunny.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 was an unforgettable year for the Puerto Rican translator who published YHLQMDLG And The last world tourtheir second and third studio albums, respectively.
In addition, Bad Bunny approved his millions of fans with the album those who will not leave, A compilation album that featured artists such as Zion & Lennox, Yandel, Don Omar, and Nicky Jam.
It is precisely one of these materials, YHLQMDLG, The one who jumped at the top of the popularity charts Puerto Rican translator. From this album hits such as “Si veo a tu mamá”, “Yo perreo sola”, “Una vez”, “Safaera”, “La Difícil” or “A tu merced”, a song referring to the Fourth of July and which became due to The phrase “hot” is a trend on social networks on Sunday.
“I want to pull that little blonde hair out of you, and give you four hairs on the 4th of July, tomorrow I have an exam, but you know if you call me, I don’t study,” the Puerto Ricans sing in “A Two Merced.”
The phrase “hot” was taken by users who came clean and accepted, between memes and laughter, that they let the singer down on July 4th by spending the day alone, far from performing the action Bad Bunny suggests in his song.
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Meanwhile, other users have highlighted the significance the song’s phrase has taken on and encouraged the suggestion that “Now the Fourth of July is a tribute to Bad Bunny.”
“A tu merced” is one of the most listened songs from Bad Bunny, amassing 149,214,131 hits on his site. The official channel from YouTube.
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