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Despacito

  1. winter olympics 2018
    See Winter Olympic Figure Skaters Compete to Beyoncé and ‘Despacito’Figure skaters are now allowed to use music with lyrics in their programs.
  2. grammys 2018
    2018 Grammys: The Highs and LowsWe demand justice for “Despacito.”
  3. What ‘Despacito’ Losing Out on 3 Grammys MeansNothing good!
  4. Justin Bieber Will Spare Us His Bad Spanish by Reportedly Skipping the GrammysGracias.
  5. grammys 2018
    Vulture’s 2018 Grammy PredictionsCould Lorde upset in Album of the Year to beat all the boys?
  6. mash-ups
    DJ Earworm’s 2017 United State of Pop Proves Only One Song Mattered This YearThe mash-up king has spoken.
  7. grammys 2018
    Let’s Predict the 2018 Grammy NominationsWill it be Kendrick vs. Jay-Z? Does “Despacito” have a chance at Record of the Year? Will Logic be a sleeper hit? And what about Cardi B?
  8. 15 Essential Reggaeton Tracks That Are Not ‘Despacito’A beginner’s guide to the genre that birthed the smash hit song.
  9. ‘Despacito’ Ties Mariah Carey’s Record for Longest at No. 1 on Hot 100Both songs have 16 weeks each at the top of the Hot 100.
  10. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About ‘Despacito’It’s on track to become one of the biggest songs of all time. Here’s where it came from.
  11. last night on late night
    James Corden Rewrote ‘Despacito’ to Make It the Song About the SummerCorden sings about Beyoncé’s twins, Anthony Scaramucci, and, yes, the success of “Despacito.”
  12. record breakers
    ‘Despacito’ Is Already the Most-Viewed Video in YouTube HistoryIt’s reached over 2.955 billion views in seven months,
  13. despacito
    Forget Song of the Summer, ‘Despacito’ Might Just Be the Song of the DecadeAnd it only took six months.
  14. oof
    Spotify Admits Calling Justin Bieber ‘Latin King’ in an Ad Was a Bad IdeaSpotify says it wanted to “celebrate ‘Despacito’ as a key cultural moment when music genres crossover.”
  15. radio vulture
    Why Justin Bieber Owes Some of His Career Resurgence to Chris Brown’s FailingsMuch of the material Bieber has released since 2014 sounds a lot like songs more suited for Chris Brown.