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Hit by aliens!  How 'Tubarão, Te Amo' crossed borders and became a hit in the US – Entertainment

Hit by aliens! How 'Tubarão, Te Amo' crossed borders and became a hit in the US – Entertainment

“Tubarão, Te Amo” is a song by DJ LK from Scotland
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Anyone who usually follows viral videos on TikTok and Instagram must have heard it at least once Shark, I love you. Music, It was launched in September this year by Rio de Janeiro DJ LK from Scotlandwent viral on the platform due to the choreography of the artist himself, along with MC Ryan SP, MC Daniel, MC Jhenny and MC RF – there are more than 500 thousand dance videos on social media and 30 million copies on Spotify.

The beginning of the song recalls a verse from the 2001 song Pirate Treasure (Onda Onda)from the group Tchakabum, pays tribute to MC Ryan SP and MC Daniel, known as Tubarão and Falcão, respectively.

Furthermore, the song features MC Carroll's voice in a snippet. The funk singer's participation even sparked discord between the singers and even helped lead to the fallout. Carol He complained about not getting credit for the work The LK needle is open. After exchanging harsh criticism, the two rose They made peace and promised to register a partnership.

Success in Brazil Shark, I love you Surprisingly, it crossed the border and also spread among Internet users in the United States. In addition to the TikTok videos, Brazilian fans who traveled to Qatar to watch the World Cup performed the song to foreigners during a “dance battle” outside one of the stadiums.

As the days passed, the song began to climb the ranks and the number of copies increased significantly. Not by chance, at the beginning of the month Shark, I love you It reached number three on Spotify's top 50 viral plays in the country. The song outperformed big names in the music world, such as Lady Gaga and Drake.

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In Brazil, the song is still in the top ten most streamed songs and has sold more than 550,000 copies in just one day.

The song ranked third on the most-streamed playlists in the United States of America
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