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What is “hentai” and why does Rosalía’s song cause offense? (Video)

Rosalía Hentai controversia

Rosalía released a preview of her new song “Hentai” and the strange lyrics caused confusion and criticism.

MEXICO.- Rosalie a musical “absence” of more than three years since his last album was released “The Bad Wants” (2018), the Exceeded expectations with its eleven songs, which were able to conquer the audience and the specialist critics.

Now the Catalan has announced her ‘return’ with the Album, ‘MOTOMAMI’, which will be released in 2022 and whose theme has already been revealed as a preview ‘Fame’, again in collaboration with the weekend (previously both played the song ‘Blinding Lights’).

But also end of December posted another preview of ‘MOTOMAMI’ titled ‘Saoko’, an urban song in which Rosalía pays tribute to Daddy Yankee, as the song evokes all the urban sounds of the early 2000s that brought the genre to its current peak.

However it was his theme ‘hentai’, which he recently previewed, has confused his followers because the song’s weird lyrics have caused his fans to wonder what it’s saying or what it means because they don’t know “what the lyrics are about.” , but others have said they hate the subject, even “offended”.

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Is Rosalía trying to scandalize or confuse her audience?

ONE Video in which Rosalía shares a preview of the song title ‘Hentai’ has gone viral because of confused what results the letter. Therefore, netizens have pointed out that after hearing the topic, they have more questions than answers.

What do the lyrics of Rosalía’s ‘Hentai’ say?

“I want you to ride like my bike. Make me a spike mode band. I beat it until it was assembled, the second is Chingarte, the first god,” is part of the fragment of just 20 seconds that the Spaniard sings as she sings she is sitting on a ski lift

Because of the strange lyrics from RosalieThe singer became trending on social media because her “push” immediately provoked criticism from those who pointed out the song’s “poor quality.”

While others repeated feel confused and waiting for the theme to start to see if what the Spaniards sang in a few seconds “makes sense” on listening to the full theme.

Some of the reactions to the song’s strange and confusing lyricshentai:

What is hentai?

The word is Japanese and literal means “anomalous” but this is commonly used for refer to something “perverted”. The ‘hentai’ does Anime reference, manga or video games that have explicit sexual content, so this content is only available on adult movie platforms.

Likewise, the word is used to designate one of the most popular genres in the anime world.

Why does Rosalía’s song offend?

Rosalie She is a great lover of Japanese culture and has expressed this on various occasions, but by launching the preview of her new song, she has sparked a debate among those who assure that she only wanted to a tribute to the hentai genre, while others think so offensive Enliven his musical career through the sexual.

It should be noted that though The lyrics were confusing to someOthers, particularly anime genre connoisseurs, have described Rosalía’s words as an ingenious way of speaking about a sexual practice that she defended through a tweet.

When will the MOTOMAMI album be released?

Rosalía’s third studio album has no set release date but is believed to be released in the first half of 2022. However, she continues to cause controversy with the advancement of the songs that will make up the album MOTOMAMI.

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