Shaving shared an impressive image. A crowd singing during their session Quevedo in the square of Vitoria, Spain. It was in honor of the White Virgin. When the song started, everyone sang and jumped to the beat of the hit.
“How amazing what happens with a friend’s latest song, many thank you for that i don’t even know what to sayThank you just with all my heart,” the famed producer captioned the video on his Instagram Stories.
Bizarrap, unstoppable with his “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52”: entered the Billboard Hot 100 list
Biza’s collaboration with Quevedo, in a short time, broke several records. It’s the most streamed song in the world on Spotify and this week it entered the US chart, the Billboard Hot 100.
“Quédate”, the name by which he is popularly known, debuted at number 98 on the list. As published by the EFE agency, this place is due exclusively to streaming reproductions, since it does not have the support of radio stations in the North American country, which represent a large percentage of the final rating and greatly benefit the artists Anglo-Saxons.
Thanks to the reception that the collaboration had in Spain as well as in Latin America, the song appears at number one on the Billboard world chart. In turn, the session became the most listened to in the world in streaming. “World #1 on Spotify. Thank you Quevedo bro for being a part of this. I can’t believe it. Hold on to Argentina LPM! Thank you!” Bizarrap wrote on his Instagram account.
The odd numbers
A few days ago, the artist broke his own record by exceeding the 28 million listeners monthly on Spotify. Bizarrap became Argentina’s most famous and successful producer. He specializes in genres such as trap, hip-hop and electronic music.
His BZRP Music Sessions and Freestyle Sessions have become so famous around the world that artists such as Nicky Jam, Paulo Londra, Residente, Nicki Nicole, Anuel AA and L-Gante have already taken part.
The music producer keeps growing (Photo: Instagram/bizarrap).
He dropped out of the marketing degree at the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) when he realized that music interested him much more. And he began to study music. He plays synthesizer, sampler, turntable and guitar. Remember that his first hit was the remix of “I don’t sell trap”, by rapper Duki, which he recorded and filmed in his home studio. Later, Paulo Londra, Bad Bunny, Dani, Ecko and Khea invited him to remix their songs. Today, he has over 15 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, with over 4.5 billion views.
The arrival of Quevedo in the world charts
Quevedo, was born in Madrid in 2001, lived five years with his family in Brazil, later settling in Gran Canaria. His musical career started during the pandemic, with the release of several songs such as “Luna”, “Ne me dis rien”, “Gris” and “Now and Always”.
It was with the remix of “Night has fallenwhen the artist, considered by some music critics as the last promise of Spanish urban music, became popular with Bizarrap around the world.