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'Gusttavo Lima' to be the next 'Didi' and 'Macarena'?



October 9, 2013 04:10:47 PM IST
By Abid, Glamsham Editorial
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This time we have something different and interesting for our patrons, and we mean it!

Some of our composers are quite famous (or infamous) for taking inspiration from foreign songs that are literally incomprehensible for us.

A while back we heard many versions of Khaled's 'Didi', which was Greek and Roman for almost all the listeners in India. It was followed by 'Macarena' (Spanish) which crossed all limits as there were at least have a dozen inspired versions by some of the leading names.

And now get ready for it to happen again, and this time it may well be 'Gusttavo Lima' - Balada (Tche tcherere tche tche)', a highly rhythmic and infectious South American dance number. It is already a rage in South East Asia and we saw the craze live, especially amongst the expats in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Well, for all we know someone might already be recording his or her version for an upcoming album!

  


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