The moment of Bizarrap and Young Miko’s ‘session’ that is being talked about the most on the networks

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Everyone was waiting for his arrival. This Thursday, in Spanish time, the new session by Bizarrap. On this occasion he accompanies him Young Mikothe Puerto Rican artist who has broken into the international charts thanks to her undoubted talent.

The premiere of the session It has been a complete success. In fact, in just a few hours it has already exceeded 4 million views. A figure that will not stop rising in the next few minutes and that we sense is going to become a new musical success for the producer. And the beat changes that they give us in these three minutes of song have completely captivated the majority of those who have heard them.

But, as is tradition with each Argentine launch, social networks are flooded with reactions of all kinds. Also give comments on a specific verse that has caught your attention more than necessary. In the case of the song starring the Puerto Rican, one of the most commented and analyzed moments by her fans is the one we can see at minute 1:15. “Biza, turn off the lights, leave me in the dark. Let my people turn on the flashes if I ask them to turn them up,” says Miko. What would the singer be referring to? To the blackout that she suffered at her concert in Costa Rica in which she was forced to end the show without a microphone and in the face of flashes from the phones of her audience.

“Costa Rican production should be ashamed that young miko dedicates such a strong bar to them”says a follower on the social network “That Young Miko mentions Costa Rica in the session is another level of pride” is another of the comments that can be read.

What is clear is that Young Miko has once again demonstrated that she is one of the greatest references of the new generation of the urban music scene internationally. And very few negative opinions can be read about this musical union, so we predict that #58 is going to be one of the sessions most listened to on the Argentine producer’s channel. And what did you think of it?


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