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22 minutes ago, DoubleRainbow! said:

Is she trying to imply she invented Merengue or made it a trend? 
 

Becky G did this in 2021 before all of them 

 


 

I can't believe both Rosalia and Shakira are this jealous at Karol's success, imagine if the anglo MPGs did something like this every time people say one copied the other ?

Why would Shakira be jealous of Karol ? Karol has said she wants to reach Shakira's level of fame worldwide…

 

also I think Rosalia has every right to shade Karol since she is always copying her.

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3 minutes ago, K@rm@ said:

Why would Shakira be jealous of Karol ? Karol has said she wants to reach Shakira's level of fame worldwide…

 

also I think Rosalia has every right to shade Karol since she is always copying her.

Karol's signature hits PROVENZA, TUSA, BICHOTA, TQG, EL MAKINON, AMARGURA sounds nothing like Rosalía

wtf are y'all on?

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this PR manufactured beef

 

i find it hard to believe they aren't actually friends on the low

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Rosalia clearly didn't invent merengue, but not people pretending Despecha wasn't big enough to leave a mark. It just crossed 1bi on Spotify lol how many of those merengue songs are doing that?
 

Karol clearly wanted her own take on the sound and she takes clues from Rosalia. I'm latino and it is stupid to suggest artists here are not taking notes from Rosalia as much as their own latino counterparts. She's clearly an innovative artist with mainstream appeal

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It's not about being merengue it's about it sounding exactly like Despecha. 

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1 minute ago, Cesar said:

this PR manufactured beef

 

i find it hard to believe they aren't actually friends on the low

I still think they will collab sooner than later and it will be a collapse 

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Just now, period sis said:

It's not about being merengue it's about it sounding exactly like Despecha. 

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Literally this and also it's a HUGE reach to even think what she posted is shade. Despecha hit a billion streams just a few days ago which is her only song to do so, she's clearly just still celebrating that. 

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Amo a Rosalía y declaro que tiene mucha creatividad pero ella me parece ese tipo que se cree latina cuando no es. Si analizamos el asunto, Shakira estaba haciendo este mismo estilo de música hace más de 10 años (Loca y Rabiosa siendo ejemplos principales). ¿Cómo te vas a molestar sabiendo que una colombiana está lanzando música popularizada en su país nativo? No sé, no me agrada saber que reaccionó de esa forma. Rosalía se aprovechó de la música criada y popularizada en Latinoamérica (merengue, reggaeton, bachata, etc.). No eres dueña de esos géneros.

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34 minutes ago, DoubleRainbow! said:

Is she trying to imply she invented Merengue or made it a trend? 
 

Becky G did this in 2021 before all of them 

 


 

I can't believe both Rosalia and Shakira are this jealous at Karol's success, imagine if the anglo MPGs did something like this every time people say one copied the other ?

Sounds nothing like either songs discussed here… 

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That FRAUD Rosalia used Omega's entire sound and style and then left him out of the track. :ahh: she can sit down with any copying accusations

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43 minutes ago, Kayseri Mantisi said:

This is like the third or fourth time she's directly copying something from ROSALÍA aka the queen. It's hilarious :rip:

I get Karol has been trying to copy some stuff here and there form Rosalia, but this seems like a reach to me. The music Shakira released 14 years ago sounded basically the same. Merengue has just been popular in Colombia for decades

 

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The nerve of the colonizer.

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the dominicanboos are fighting

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Battle of the Latinas 

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Like many have said, Merengue has been popular in Colombia for a long time.

But I wouldn't be surprised if Rosalia thinks she owns it, like a true colonizer.

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24 minutes ago, BOOMBAYAH said:

Hispanic/Latin ATRLers, how big is Rosalia in Spain and Latin America? I used to feel like she was huge but her Spotify numbers seem significantly lower than some other artists I think are huge (Maluma, Karol) + her music (to me at least) sounds more cutting edge and alternative than mainstream. Is she a main pop girl or more alt?

After Motomami she's definitely a MPG in here, before that she just had Con Altura and the reggaeton collabs, but she was yet to stand by herself

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It's crazy how this forum fights over the global influence of every anglo superstar and wouldn't blink an eye if latino artists were to drop Taylor Swift as an influence on their music but european Rosalia is where they draw the line as an impossibility in having impact lol 

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Thanks spanish woman for inventing merengue :clap3:

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23 minutes ago, period sis said:

It's not about being merengue it's about it sounding exactly like Despecha. 

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let's hear what latinos and caribbean ppl got to say about it!

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5 minutes ago, BrokenMachine said:

After Motomami she's definitely a MPG in here, before that she just had Con Altura and the reggaeton collabs, but she was yet to stand by herself

Maybe in your rancho but the real testament of success in Latin America is being played at clubs, she's DOA there. Don't nobody requesting Saoko or Chicken Teriyaki to their DJs. 

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2 minutes ago, lillavend3r said:

Maybe in your rancho but the real testament of success in Latin America is being played at clubs, she's DOA there. Don't nobody requesting Saoko or Chicken Teriyaki to their DJs. 

So that 1 billion plays for Despecha must have came from Asia instead lol 

 

And that sold out tour in Latin America were all bots in a rancho.

 

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the nerve of that colonizer, we know they love stealing from latinos. also esa es la base del merengue ya muchos dominicanos lo dijeron so rosalia stans better shut up

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, liquiddiamonds said:

So that 1 billion plays for Despecha must have came from Asia instead lol 

 

And that sold out tour in Latin America were all bots in a rancho.

 

Streams are worlwide babes even not spanish speaking countries. Let's not be dense

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5 minutes ago, lillavend3r said:

Maybe in your rancho but the real testament of success in Latin America is being played at clubs, she's DOA there. Don't nobody requesting Saoko or Chicken Teriyaki to their DJs. 

Of course her album tracks aren't played at the clubs (aside from Despecha), but Saoko, Hentai and Bizcochito were meme songs all over social media :eli:

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