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‘La Badante’ returns and makes fun of reggaeton

Byeditorial

May 31, 2021

Ready to enter the race for the summer catchphrase, the mysterious collective ‘La Badante’ returns to the scene, whose members have been hiding behind anonymity for years and whose debut three years ago, with the song ‘Parole D’Amore’, did not it went unnoticed for the presence in the videoclip of the writer Aldo Busi who tried his hand at the ‘dubbing’ of the text in a perfect lipsync. After his debut with the album ‘L’Amore è un bourgeois algorithm’ – which has exceeded two and a half million streaming and in Spain it reached the 4th place on iTunes among the best-selling albums – and the single ‘Superficiale ‘, La Badante in fact publishes’ Odi il reggaeton’, a new unpublished manifesto that makes fun of the reggaeton fashion, making use of it in turn for this song that mixes Middle Eastern strings and contemporary loops with the Latin rhythm in the ill-concealed intent head to the listener. The object of the irreverent manifesto (and an original video resulting from a skilful montage of copyright-free images caught on the net) is not only the criticism of the unmistakable Latin dance but also against “the cringe stories of others, the brawls, the Russians and the football players. and the terrace parties full of drug dealers, Formentera Mykonos Dubai, the crazy baby squinches of trap, the indie singers with dad’s money “. A new chapter, destined to make people dance and discuss, as well as relaunch the hunt for the identity of the mysterious members of La Badante.

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