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A nova versão do sucesso global chegou na noite desta quinta-feira (27) e garantiu a cara do verão brasileiro

HIT’s Largest Global Latin Company, Farruko’s ‘Pepas’ Gets Copy Produced by DENNIS, KVSH and The Otherz

The new version of global success arrived Thursday evening (27) and secured the Brazilian summer match

The world’s largest funk producer and DJ DENNIS teamed up with top producers KVSH and The Otherz to create a new version of the world’s biggest Latin song, “Pepas,” composed by Puerto Rican Farruko. The track, which promises to give the Brazilian summer face to the hit song worldwide, hit all audio platforms on Thursday (27) at 21pm.

Peppas has the numbers and records that have made Farrocco among the greatest Latin artists of today. In Brazil, the track peaked on the Pro-Música chart, becoming the #1 Latin single for 16 consecutive weeks. On the radio, the song became the 23rd most-played Latin single in 2021. The song is GOLD certified with a combined 13 million streams.

He listens: https://pepas.lnk.to/Remix/

“Pepas” is one of the biggest hits at the moment and we wanted to suggest a new release for the Brazilian summer. We assembled a team to make this remix and we are very happy with the result,” says DENNIS, the owner of several hit songs that range from the beginning of funk growth in the country, with classics like “Cerol na Mão,” to the latest hits, like “Deixa de Onda.” With Ludmilla and Xamã, which have amassed over 150 million audio and video plays, the artist dazzles with impressive numbers on digital platforms, amassing over 6 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone and 1.2 billion plays on YouTube.

Guido Santana and Matheus Ballesteros, who make up The Otherz, celebrated their partnership with a strong team: “The idea we started for a copy with our face for shows became an official remix of Farruko, world-famous, along with the greatest DJ Funk and our friend/brother KVSH You can’t imagine the anxiety we feel when we see everyone sing and dance to this sound that represents the face of Brazil.”

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Producer from Minas Gerais KVSH also comments on the release: “We really believe in this song. We gave our face to one of the biggest hits in the world today. The original version of the song topped the world charts for a long time, on my trip to Mexico, at the end of 2021, With The Otherz, we saw that something cool could come out of there,” he reveals. “It was great that DENNIS, one of the biggest artists in Brazil, is collaborating with us on this remix! I hope fans across the country can enjoy it so much.”

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Pepas has become a global phenomenon topping the streaming charts, with over 700 million streams combined, it has been #1 in 9 countries and popular in over 22 countries. Farruko’s celebratory song also became a huge hit on platforms like REELS and TikTok. The music video has already garnered more than 300 million views. “Pepas” is also the most popular song in Spanish and performed by a Latin artist, on Spotify’s Top 50 Global Chart and even reached TOP 3 Global on Spotify – currently, it’s TOP #12.

In addition to historical figures, Pepas is already certified platinum in the US, Spain (3x), Chile and Peru, and gold certified in the US (2x), and is still in the top 5 countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, France, Portugal, Uruguay, Peru and Paraguay Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador, Netherlands, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Colombia and Panama. The track also comes with amazing results on Apple Music, especially in Latin America.

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In September 2021, Farruko performed a Pepas Remix version with superstar DJ David Guetta to help elevate the already epic track to another level of club dominance around the world. In his remix, Guetta ramps up the bass, complementing Farruko’s chorus of hymns with exciting arpeggios and a string of crossed rhythms.

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