Justin Beaver has been rebuilding his career by changing his sound and attitude. Achieving some hit singles, especially his latest “number one” a remixed version of Luis Fonsi’s ‘Despacito’. The Biebs seems to speak a fluent Spanish in his version of the pop-reggaeton song, however, it looks like it’s more a studio product. As it seems it might have taken him several takes in order to record it.
The 23-year-old Canadian singer teamed up with Puerto Rican artists, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, to deliver a “retouched version” of the track. But during a live presentation at the 1Oak nightclub, in New York City, he struggled to remember the words or even how to pronounce them. Creating an ever funnier and way more creative version. Justin added random words that rhymed in order to keep the show going on.
It’s all about Doritos and burritos according to Justin
Justin Bieber didn’t know all the words to his latest No.1 hit. As he was performing at the 1Oak he started changing the original “Despacito” with “Dorito”. Along with any other word he could find to rhyme it, like “Burrito”. The “perdido” Beiber sang “Despacito / I don’t know the words so I say Poquito, I don’t know the words so I say Dorito”. Taking out a bit of the intense sensuality of the song.
After a while, Beiber gave up on trying to remember the lyrics and instead improvised with “jabba jabba jabba”. Mixing along the jabba jabbas “I ate a burrito! I just want a burrito!” to keep the rhythm. Something that didn’t seem to be of the like of the fans. Then he tried to fix it all up and asked the fans to sing for him, but they were equally as clueless about the lyrics.
Bieber may want to improve his Spanish and learn the lyrics to his song. Since he will have to sing them in front of thousands of fans at London’s Hyde Park. As he is set to headline the Barclaycard British Summer Time concert on July 2.
The song by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee was released in January, which was then remixed to add vocals from Bieber. It’s also the first song in, mostly, Spanish to top the “Billboard 100” since the Bayside Boys Mix ‘Macarena’ in 1996. Since the song has reached No.1 in the US and the UK.