Ángela Aguilar’s “Qué agonía” causes plagiarism controversy with Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”

Watch the videos and decide for yourself if there is a case of plagiarism. Will Adele take legal action against Aguilar? Find out the latest on this developing story.

This whole scandal started with this phrase: “Let’s talk about plagiarism.” Unfortunately, with these few words, Ángela Aguilar‘s name is once again involved in the show business controversy, all because of her new song “Qué agonía,” a duet with Yuridia, as reported by Milenio de México.

The need to prove the argument against Pepe Aguilar’s daughter has become so great that there is a comparative video between the song by the young Mexican singer, of Argentinean origins, and the song “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele, which Aguilar claims she plagiarized.

The truth is that after this comparative video in which Angela shares the microphone with Yuridia, the public is divided, some definitely find the similarity instantly in the first chords, even when they sound in the mariachi instruments, while others say it is not so bad.

In the end, we will leave here the videos with both songs separately and let you be the one to decide. If the issue transcends, many are wondering if Adele will file a lawsuit for alleged plagiarism against Ángela Aguilar, at the moment the media is already echoing.


Angela and Yuridia

It should be added that some of the singer’s fans assure that the similarity is indeed there, but they argue that there is no intention of being a copy, only, they say, they have taken the same chords that became so famous thanks to Adele in “Rolling in the Deep”: “They are just the same chords”, says one of her fans in Tik Tok, according to Milenio.

Plagiarism is the act of using someone else’s work or ideas without proper attribution or permission, and it can be a serious issue in the music industry. However, it is important to note that not all allegations of plagiarism are founded, and it is important to approach such allegations with an open mind and consider all available evidence before making a judgment.