What about Shakira? Which side are you on? After transforming the pain of betrayal into a song full of hints at her ex, she reached the top of the worldwide Spotify ranking, earned millions and became the subject of time on networks and on bar tables. Was it too vindictive? Did you get a receipt? Or did he act right and should he have mercilessly exposed his ex, Gerard Piqué? Whatever his opinion, one thing is certain.
Telling bedroom secrets and opening up one’s personal life to the public in compositions made from a broken heart are nothing new in the history of world music. To cite recent examples, Luísa Sonza, who would have sent a subliminal message to her ex, Whindersson Nunes. In “Interesseira”, she screams lyrics full of unprintable profanity, apparently directed at one person in particular.
In the universe of the female sertanejo, the duo Maiara and Maraisa and Marília Mendonça, queen of suffering, also cried (and a lot) their love pitangas, with apparently subtle messages to whom the cap served. There are many relationships that end up being shared with the world after they come to an end. In 2002, Justin Timberlake sent the real to Britney Spears in the lyrics of “Cry Me a River”, released shortly after the end of the relationship between the two. In the song, he laments that his partner (oh, who would that be?) did not value him and hints at betrayal. “You don’t need to tell me what you did / I already know, I found out from him”, sang the boy, sad all his life. Remember in the gallery songs with indirect or obvious messages about subjects that are deep in the heart.
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