With songs like “El Arte del Engao,” “Blah Blah,” “La Pelotona,” and “Mesajes de WhatsApp,” Babo from Cartel de Santa has become very popular in Mexico. But he is best known for his physical appearance, which was very different from how he looks now. The rapper is also known for his songs “Leve” and “Si Te Ven a Cuenta.”
Before his fourth album became popular, the Cartel de Santa musician killed one of his friends by accident in 2007. The real name of the singer, Eduardo Dávalos de Luna, is a nickname for the group. In the beginning of the project, Dávalos had a hard time because he didn’t have many resources. He was in jail for eight months and wrote most of his fourth album during that time.
For self-defense, Babo’s wife got his 40-year prison sentence reduced to a $8,000 bail. She was going to get 40 years in prison at first.
After the scandal, Babo, a prisoner at Cartel de Santa, said he wanted to kill someone else. However, the bullet hit him after it bounced off the floor. After Dharius left the rap group Cartel de Santa, he changed a lot in how he looked. Because his first studio album came out after the split, he started working out very hard.
The Monterrey neighborhood Santa Catarina was named after a rapper whose looks have changed a lot over the years. Mick Jagger likes Coldplay, which is one of the most VIEWED bands on YouTube. Arctic Monkeys just released a live version of their band that sounds very different from their original recordings. A photo on social media showed Florence Pugh posing as if she were singing Don’t Worry Darling by Harry Styles. Karol G talked about the opening of her movie Catwoman while making it look like she was covered in blood.
The 1975 said that they will release a new album in August 2022. On the day the album came out, two songs were played. The first song was called “Happiness,” and most streaming services have it.
Below, you can watch the music video for “Happiness” by The 1975. It came out with a song called “Being Funny in a Foreign Language” from the 2022 album.
The band’s 1975 video shows the hedonistic state of ecstasy. This is a happy moment when you find true love that is returned. In their song “Happiness,” Matty Healy, Ross MacDonald, Adam Hann, and George Daniel say this. If you like the song, you can just look up the words and sing along.