Bizarrap and Peso Pluma ready to release anticipated BZRP Music Session #55

Find out the hidden references in the announcement of the musical collaboration soon to be released by Peso Pluma and Bizarrap.

Yesterday, Bizarrap announced through a stop-motion video shared on social networks that it was more than ready to release the BZRP Music Session #55 in collaboration with Peso Pluma, the Mexican artist of the moment.

According to what was revealed, the musical collaboration will be released today, Wednesday, May 1, on Spotify and other digital platforms, along with the official video, which will be posted on the Argentine producer’s YouTube channel, which is expected to be a success.

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Fans are very excited about this collaboration.

The announcement has caused great furor among fans, who consider that “this joint will break the Internet,” since this is the most listened artist on Spotify worldwide today and the one responsible for great BZRP Music Sessions such as those of Residente, Shakira, Snow Tha Product, Nathy Peluso and Quevedo, among others.

References you didn’t notice in the ad

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The ad was full of references that only the biggest fans could notice

As American Post News mentioned at the beginning, the musical collaboration between Bizarrap and Peso Pluma was announced through a stop-motion video, in which we see a mouse dressed as the Argentinean producer, who thanked another little mouse dressed as the Mexican for rescuing him from being killed by broomsticks.

However, very few noticed that the video is full of references to the musical trajectory of both artists, which range from Biza’s previous collaborations, the Casio that Shakira mentions in her session, musical instruments that characterize the corridos tumbados and a lot of representation of Mexico.

What is Peso Pluma’s real name?

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Today, the singer enjoys worldwide fame.

Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija is the real name of Peso Pluma, a young man originally from Zapopan, Jalisco, who, at 23 years of age, enjoys worldwide fame thanks to corridos tumbados. This musical genre is putting the name of Mexico on high.

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