- Index hide1 Through his account, the user @elhueycoyote used audios such as “Old iron” to give them a new version in boleros and “corridos”.3 TikTok has become the fastest growing social network in the world, based on its first five years of life.
Through his account, the user @elhueycoyote used audios such as “Old iron” to give them a new version in boleros and “corridos”.
More and more musicians are beginning to adapt their content to the demands of digital platforms.
A user of the TikTok social network shared how the songs “Baby otaku”, “Fierro viejo” and some more would sound in versions of genres such as hip-hop and boleros.
In addition, the user is dedicated to sharing and creating new musical pieces according to the occasion. One of his best-known pieces was a corrido that he composed for Guillermo Ochoa during the World Cup in Qatar, after having saved a penalty in the opening match for Mexico.
On the TikTok platform, musicians have found a new way to communicate with users. Some do it through tutorials and advice on how to professionalize their work with an instrument, and others do it through creative and innovative proposals.
For example, a pianist who is in charge of interpreting pieces of pop culture as if they were music from the romanticism or the classical period. In the same way, we found a user who configured the Guitar Hero game to be able to interpret pieces from television spots, such as “La Costeña”.
Thus, due to the response that this type of content has obtained, more and more creators and musicians identify a new trend on the social network to adapt their music to consumer tastes and trends.
This is how “Fierro viejo” and “Baby otaku” would sound like if they were boleros
Through their social networks, and following this trend of musicians, users periodically share content about the transformation of musical pieces. This is done through a reinterpretation of the instrumentation.
For example, in one of his videos, he shares his own version of the audio “Old iron” but in a hip-hop version, showing the creative potential of these pieces with a direct approach to buying and selling.
This is the video shared by the user:
@elhueycoyote We made a very cool video of OLD FIERRO with @Javier Ibarreche @EL FANO and @Skiper Rmz This is going to explode on January 27 everywhere. #teaser #old iron #collab #comedy #new music ♬ Fierro Viejo – El Huey Coyote & Fano & Skiper Rmz
In the same way, and although he did not change the genre of the song, he made his own version of “Baby otaku”, where he changes his lyrics in a creative way:
@elhueycoyote Who changes my 200 varos?? #babyotaku #perreo #comedy ♬ original sound – The HueyCoyote
In the same way, he shares a version of a song by the trap artist, “Dani Flow”, with the description “abuelitas friendly”, that is, with a cut similar to boleros, with which he completely rewrites the song:
@elhueycoyote Dani Flow but “friendly grannies” 👵🏽 #DaniFlow #cover #PaTodos #bars ♬ original sound – The HueyCoyote
Thus, the user has achieved more than 12.8 million “likes” on his TikTok account, demonstrating that loyalty can also be achieved through musical work.
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