Resident kicks J Balvin in his new song | Showbiz 123

By William Guzman P.

The panorama of Latin American music is in turmoil. Yesterday, Residente has just released a new installment of the so-called BZRP music sessionsnext to Bizarre. And the fuse has lit social networks. The video of the new song has exceeded 14 million views on YouTube in just a few hours.

After revealing on his Instagram account that “an urban genre singer” had threatened to sue him if he published his new song, the leader of Calle 13 finally premiered the long-awaited song in collaboration with the Argentine producer and He admitted that, in effect, a good part of the lyrics was dedicated to j Balvin.

The song, titled BZRP, almost nine minutes long, starts with a discharge from the Puerto Rican rapper towards the urban genre, without specifically mentioning Balvin. However, it refers to hot dogs (hot dogs), a term that he used in his message to the Colombian in September 2021.

It was not until the middle of the issue that he directly dedicated more than a couple of lines to the native of Medellín. “I’m going to lower myself with a bobolón, who sings to Sponge Bob and Pokémon. The copy of a clone, the Logan Paul of reggaeton. A lying asshole who plays the spiritual,” begins Residente.

Residente wanted to humiliate the interpreter of “Agua”, criticizing him very harshly for not showing his support for the people of his country when they were dying and being arrested in civil protests that ended very badly.

He also criticized the documentary “El niño de Medellín” that Balvin released in 2021 with Amazon Prime in which he talks about his fight against depression and anxiety. “He plays spiritual, using mental health to sell a documentary. You are more fake than a hot dog without ketchup or bread.”

And he continued with the tiraera: “He is an imbecile with hair dye, who put a ‘black’ woman with a dog chain around his neck. A white boy who lost his way, a divine accepting his Afro-Latin award.”

Balvin has not made any comment on his social networks regarding the issue. CNN contacted Universal Music, the Colombian’s label, to find out his reaction to the controversial issue. It won’t take long for him to reply.