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Here’s Your First Listen To The DJ Kass And Pitbull ‘Scooby Doo Pa Pa’ Remix Dropping Tomorrow

When “Scooby Doo Pa Pa” first hit the airwaves, fans lost their minds and it wasn’t long until the song was viral. Seriously. So many people were obsessing over this song and it was lowkey magical. A lot of the craze was around videos different internet personalities created for the song, including Lele Pons. Before we knew it, the song was everywhere and there was nothing you could, or wanted, to do about it.

Mitú is happy to join DJ Kass and Pitbull for the world premiere of the “Scooby Doo Pa Pa” remix.

The song sparked a wave of dance challenges. There is even a Zumba dance for the song out there if that is your thing. Now, we have a brand new remix with the one and only Mr. Worldwide and it is premiering exclusively on we are mitú. DJ Kass, whose real name is Luis Rosa, will definitely become a household name after the success of “Scooby Doo Pa Pa.”

Rosa says that he is genuinely surprised that the song became such a hit.

“I did not expect this at all, till this day I still find myself surprised like, ‘Wow,'” Rosa tells mitú. “I cannot believe something that was made for pure comedy had the ability to be this big and the best part is that it all happened organically.”

DJ Kass and his team knew that Pitbull was the perfect artist for the collaboration.

“My management team had suggested a few Latin artists, then Marcus at [my label] eOne told my management [team] that he thought he could get Pitbull in the remix,” Rosa says. “We didn’t hesitate a second on that because, come on, it’s Pitbull, aka Mr. 305, and I’m glad we went in that direction.”

That’s what you call making your dreams come true. Congratulations, DJ Kass!

Check out the music video for the original song below.

Rosa remains grateful and surprised that “Scooby Doo Pa Pa” continues to reach more and more people in the world.

“It feels great,” Rosa says about the song’s ever-growing popularity. “I feel humbled, proud, still can’t believe it in many ways how it still keeps climbing. It’s now reaching Korea and Japan which are hard markets to tap into from what I understand.”


READ: Enrique Iglesias Got On One Knee To Present Pitbull His Award At The Latin AMAs

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Bad Bunny’s ‘Yo Perreo Sola’ Music Video Has Drag, Female Empowerment, And Artistic Styling That Is World-Class

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Bad Bunny’s ‘Yo Perreo Sola’ Music Video Has Drag, Female Empowerment, And Artistic Styling That Is World-Class

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Bad Bunny is known to push gender norms and supports the LGBTQ+ community. His music videos are artistic expressions of the world he wants to live in. His latest music video for the song “Yo Perreo Sola” is catching everyone’s attention for several reasons including the trapero singing and dancing in full drag.

Bad Bunny starts his “Yo Perreo Sola” music video in a hot red leather drag outfit.

Like, dayum. The Puerto Rican trap star did not hold back. His look was everything as he gave us some “Oops…I Did It Again” dominatrix vibes. The fans were not prepared for this but it seems that most of them are all for Bad Bunny pushing boundaries even further in Latin trap.

The imagery is literally being celebrated for its strong statement for the LGBTQ+ community.

Bad Bunny was very outspoken about Alexa Negrón Luciano, a trans woman who was murdered in Puerto Rico and misgendered in media reports. The singer was on “The Late Show starring Jimmy Fallon” and used the moment to protest the treatment of Luciano’s legacy. Bad Bunny wore a shirt that read in Spanish, “They killed Alexa, not a man in a skirt.”

Bad Bunny fans were ready to defend their fave and his new music video.

To many, Latin trap is still a place where homophobia and misogyny fester in lyrics by some of the top performers. Bad Bunny is one artist that has been fighting against that culture from within. He has bent gender norms in music videos and it has set his career apart from other Latin trap musicians.

And they are all celebrating the anguish of straight men who listen to Bad Bunny and have social hang-ups.

The same homophobia in Latin trap is reflected within the community. Bad Bunny’s unapologetic willingness to take gender and flip it on its head is just one thing fans love about the trapero.

You can watch the full video below.

Bad Bunny never disappoints, does he?

READ: Bad Bunny Is The Modern Icon The Queer Latino Community Needs And Deserves Right Now. Here’s Why

Someone Turned Cardi B’s Coronavirus Rant Into A Remix Now It’s On The Billboard Charts

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Someone Turned Cardi B’s Coronavirus Rant Into A Remix Now It’s On The Billboard Charts

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Who knew Cardi B’s rants could be music to someone’s ears.

If you haven’t already heard, Cardi B went one very long Instagram rant about the Coronavirus pandemic and its global repercussions. Last Wednesday, the Dominican rapper posted a 46-second video on Instagram airing out her fears and grievances about the disease. Towards the end of the clip Cardi B delivered the lines “Coronavirus! S*** is real! S*** is getting real!”

Now it’s Billboard hit.

Over the weekend, the Brooklyn-based DJ iMarkkeyz chopped up the soundbite and released a track called “Coronavirus.” The bit has Cardi B’s rant on loop as a trap beat plays beneath it. It didn’t take long for “Coronavirus” to take off– the song we mean. The song broke into the pop charts internationally in Bulgaria and Brazil over the weekend and eventually began to climb the ranks of iTunes. By Thursday the song was top 10 in the United States iTunes chart.

You might think the song’s virality is just another schtick but uh uh.

Cardi B and iMarkkeyz have pledged to donate proceeds from streams and downloads to go towards those affected by Coronavirus.

According to Billboard “As preliminary reports indicated, the remixed tune ‘Coronavirus’ sold 3,000 copies in the week ending March 19, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. The sales total prompts a No. 9 debut on Billboard’s Rap Digital Song Sales and a No. 13 start on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales charts dated March 28. In addition, ‘Coronavirus’ picked up 626,000 U.S. on-demand streams in the same period”

Check out the new hit below!