- Index hide1 Year after year, Christmas is one of the most anticipated moments of the year for a considerable number of people.
Year after year, Christmas is one of the most anticipated moments of the year for a considerable number of people.
2021 was the year of reggaeton and K-pop, with Bad Bunny and BTS leading the popularity charts.
Reggaeton has yielded revenues of up to 8.9 billion dollars just from sales in streaming.
A group of police officers have gone viral on TikTok after being caught dancing to the rhythm of reggaeton in the middle of the Christmas parade, a moment that has undoubtedly generated a great discussion among Internet users.
December is the month of the Christmas spirit, which is shown from various trenches and is lived in different parts of the world, Mexico included, of course.
To mention an example, in our country, it is known as the “Guadalupe-Reyes” to the period of festivities that begins with the great pilgrimages to the Basilica of Guadalupe for the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, on December 12; and continue with the famous christmas posadas, between December 16 and 24; the expected dinner and the arrival of santa claus, on 24 and 25; the increasingly original jokes of the Day of the Holy Innocents, the 28th; the New Year’s Eve dinner and the arrival of a new cycle, on December 31 and January 1; to finish with the Kings Day threadJanuary 6th.
All this supposes a period where the consumption habits of Mexicans skyrocket, and Christmas is one of the periods that includes a variety of festivities, such as the typical Christmas posadas, family gatherings and/or friends, dinners with companies, etc. according to information from the Picodi promotions page.
In other words, when we talk about Christmas, we are talking about one of the most anticipated moments of the year for a considerable number of people, who usually enjoy all kinds of initiatives and festivities.
Christmas is, in a way, the ideal “pretext” for the festivities and this is what has happened with a parade that, in a certain way, has gotten out of control.
And it is that, a group of policemen are the ones who have stolen the show, well, in the middle of the Christmas parade, they danced to the rhythm of reggaeton and the so-called “intense perreo”.
The occasion has also served for several Internet users to begin a discussion about the responsibilities of members of the police, one of the professions that undoubtedly generates controversy everywhere.
HAHAHA And how are they in your city HAHAHA ?? #lentils #police
“At least, we know what he is going to do if he is discharged”; “The Commander: I send you who are the best elements and I trust that you will keep everything under control. The best elements”; “Commander: the one who dances the best gets a position”; “Not all of life is work, they still have time to have fun”, are some of the reactions deposited in the comment box.
For some time, the reggaeton it was consolidated as the music of young people, of the new generations; a musical genre that has yielded revenues of up to 8.9 billion dollars just for sales in streaming.
Information published by kworb.net reveals that 2021 was the year of reggaeton and K-pop, with Bad Bunny and BTS leading the popularity charts.
Now, in the midst of this scenario, it is known that reggaeton has also been subject to all kinds of analysis, based on the lyrical content of many of the songs of the genre, which, over the years, have positioned themselves in the chartsqualifying them as misogynistic music, among other terms.
A recent study claims that “one of the most criticized points regarding the popularity of the reggaeton and the trap in Spanish it is the generalized idea that one has regarding its content, which is said to be full of macho or misogynistic lyrics.”.
On the other hand, the University of Chile revealed, through a study, that the “reggaetón is the flag of machismo and misogyny; the singer Maluma the main face”.