The song of Shakira and the music producer Bizarre, which was a trend in the world due to the references to the relationship between the singer and the former soccer player, Gerard Piqué, was ranked first in the Global Top 50 of Spotify. However, in less than a week, the song was replaced by the most recent production of Miley Cyrus, Flowers.
The song by the American artist reached 10,975,946 views since its launch three days ago (January 13), so its performance on the platform streaming de música accumulated more interactions with users in less time, since the song by the Colombian singer was released on January 11, 2023.
However, both songs They have particular elements in common, and that is that both have references to the past relationships of the singers.
While the song of Shakira made reference to her marriage and separation with Piqué, Cyrus based the lyrics of her song as a response to the song “When I Was Your Man“, sung by Bruno Mars but that it was dedicated to her by the actor and ex-husband, Liam Hemsworth, from whom she separated seven months after getting married.
For her part, on YouTube, where the official video clip of the song was also released, the singer accumulated 33 million reproductions on its official channel on the Google platform, which also places it on its list of trends, although it is still below the Sessions #53, that in four days of launching it had more than 125 million views on the official channel of the Argentine producer bizarre.
In addition to talking about their private lives, both songs were produced by the Sony record label, which has a contract with the three artists: Miley Cyrus, Shakira and bizarreand who also has singers on his list of music stars who are capable of generating trends in social networks such as ozuna Y rauw alejandro.
Shakira and Bizarrap were a trend on social networks
the song between Shakira Y bizarre broke a music app record by becoming the most listened to for a single day. Sessions #53 it dominated the charts in several Spanish-speaking countries and also some in Europe, which led it to occupy the first place of the global top 50 after just 24 hours of being released.
“#1 IN THE WORLD @spotify THANKS TO ALLSSSS, ANOTHER NUMBER ONEOOOO LPM!!! Bizarrap on his Instagram account.
“Thank you to the incredible Bizarrap and my wonderful team and group of women warriors who walk by my side. This goes to all the women who taught me that when life throws you bitter lemons, there is no other choice but to make lemonade,” said the Colombian on Twitter after learning about this record.
In its first hours after its official release, the song by the Colombian artist and Argentine producer also became the most listened to in different Spanish-speaking markets such as Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico, and managed to reach the top 10 in other international non-English speaking territories such as Switzerland (ranked 7), Luxembourg (5) and Malta (6).