Karol G, the acclaimed Colombian artist, made waves on social media following a unique moment she shared with Puerto Rican rapper Young Miko during her concert in Houston, United States. The incident added another layer of excitement to her already buzzing “Mañana será bonito” tour.
During her performance, Karol G paused to invite Young Miko to join her on stage. Together, they belted out their collaboration, “Dispo,” a track from Karol G’s recent album “Mañana será bonito, Bichota Season.” As videos capturing the event proliferated on social platforms, viewers could see the duo joyfully singing and gracefully moving to the song’s rhythm.
However, the atmosphere intensified when Young Miko unexpectedly took Karol G’s hand, spinning her into an impromptu dance, often referred to as “perreo”. Amidst the roar of an electrified audience and a visibly surprised Karol G, the Colombian artist briefly matched Young Miko’s steps before pulling away. “Now I’m the one getting nervous,” she commented, alluding to a previous interview where Young Miko admitted to being nervous about dancing with Karol G.
Fans were quick to react, flooding social media with comments. Phrases like “Mi novia que hace bailando con mi otra novia”, “El perreito más esperado de Karol G y Young Miko”, and “Me la puso la nerviosaaa jajaja. Buenoooo ahora sí, entradas en confianza que pa’ la próxima Karol G y Young Miko nos regalen el perreo más sabroso de la vidaaaaaaaaaaa” encapsulated the excitement of the moment.
Young Miko’s Role in Karol G’s Tour
Beyond this electrifying dance, there’s a deeper connection between the two artists. Young Miko has been tapped as the official opening act for several dates on Karol G’s “Mañana será bonito” tour. In fact, representatives for the Caribbean artist confirmed on August 18 that Young Miko would be accompanying Karol G for seven of her shows.
Their inaugural performance together took place at the renowned Rose Bowl stadium in Los Angeles, California. This was followed by a show at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, and subsequent dates include the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, as reported by the EFE news agency.
It’s worth noting that these appearances with Karol G come amid the conclusion of Young Miko’s own “Trap Kitty World Tour.”
To relive the thrilling dance between ‘Bichota’ and Young Miko, watch the video below: