Beyoncé gets in on Reggaeton hype to raise money for Puerto Rico, Mexico
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Beyoncé gets in on Reggaeton hype to raise money for Puerto Rico, Mexico


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First Justin Bieber, now Beyoncé.

Beyoncé joined forces with Reggaeton powerhouses J Balvin and Willy WIlliam for a remix of their popular hipshaker “Mi Gente” to raise money for Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Carribean nations ravaged recently by natural disasters. 

“I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico and the other affected Caribbean islands,” she wrote on Instagram. 

“Mi Gente” has been a formidable hit of its own, running for awhile now on the Billboard Hot 100. The remix is reminiscent of Justin Bieber’s collaboration with Louis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee on “Despacito.” The original song swept Latin America, but after Bieber lent his voice, it skyrocketed to the most-streamed song of all time. 

A lyric she adds to the song sums up the superpower Beyoncé adds to the song: “Yo soy la reina de los nenes,” which means “I’m queen of the kids.” Yes you are, Beyoncé.

Beyoncé directed her humongous fanbase to help those suffering in the wake of hurricanes and earthquakes in Puerto Rico, Mexico and the Caribbean to beyonce.com/reliefefforts.


September 29, 2017
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