Everyone lost their minds when Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Luis Fonsi released ‘Despacito’ alongside urban king and icon Daddy Yankee.
Definitely a force to be reckoned with, this monster summer hit and chart-topping music video surpassed the one billion mark in views on YouTube just four months after its release (#goodbyegangnamstyle).
Then when Mr. Bieber was found butchering the song, replacing Spanish lyrics with ‘burrito’ and ‘dorito’, a bilingual remix version of Despacito was born – the collab reigned 20 million views in less than 24 hours.
In case you haven’t watched Bieb’s version yet, here you go:
For some reason, JB’s playful rendition of the song sparked and inspired many to parody the musical hit. Take a look at what we’ve found:
These dudes actually used 174 football players’ names to recreate the lyrics. Pretty creative and if you didn’t know any better, you’d think it was legit Spanish.
As if that wasn’t impressive enough, we found a dude who fused Japanese fandom with the hit by literally naming all of Naruto’s characters. His name is Thomas Lesmano and he’s been rocking the lives of Naruto fans since he posted his cover.
The Naruto lover has garnered around 6 thousand followers on Facebook and he just may be the next best thing since bread came sliced.
With Justin Bieber now an honorary Latino
(just kidding) and the thousands of covers of this single debut out there, who knows? Despacito may just start a revelation. Slowly.