KING FELIPE AND QUEEN LETIZIA TRIBUTE TO THE VICTIMS OF BARCELONA

In Catalonia, the time is now for meditation. Friday the Catalans observed a minute of silence to pay tribute to the victims of the attacks of La Rambla and Cambrils.

The King of Spain, Felipe VI was present, surrounded by the president of the government, Mariano Rajoy and the Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont. Several thousand people had also gathered in Catalonia Square, where the minute of silence ended with a burst of applause.

Even before the national tribute began, the Barcelonans had already begun to gather at the spot where the van killed 14 people and injured a hundred others. Flowers, candles and messages had been deposited on La Rembla.

 

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DADDY YANKEE AND LUIS FONSI GREAT SUCCES WITH THE SINGLE

DADDY YANKEE AND LUIS FONSI With three billion views, Despacito becomes the most seen clip on YouTube


The clip of the song “Despacito” became Friday the most watched video in the history of the YouTube platform, new sign of the global popularity of this tube reggaeton, coming from Puerto Rico.

 

With a little more than three billion views, Despacito has surpassed the title “See You Again” by rapper Wiz Khalifa, soundtrack of the film “Fast and Furious 7”, which showed Saturday morning 2.996 billion views. Long the top of the ranking, the “Gangnam Style” of the South Korean singer Psy is now distanced, with 2.919 billion views.

 

Already the most listened song in streaming

 

Mid-July, “Despacito”, performed by the Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi had already become the most played song in streaming of all time. The rhythm with which the clip climbed to the top of YouTube (7 months) is unheard of.

 

“Despacito”, a Latin song full of sexual undertones has become viral soon after its release in January. The title expanded its audience in April, when Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber put his voice in a remix.

 

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