LOS ANGELES – Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny and regional Mexican music were two of the most searched topics on Google during this 2022 by the Latino community in the United States, according to a listing published by the internet giant.
In their count of music, the 10 songs that set trends in searches in Spanish included 5 songs by Bad Bunny: “Ojitos Lindos”, “Otro Atardesar”, “Me Fui de Vacaciones”, “Me Porto Bonito”. and “Titi Asked Me”.
The music list also includes four regional Mexican-style songs: “Soy el Ratan” by Codigo FN, “JGL” by La Addicva and Luis R. Conriquez, “La Boda del Huitlacoche” and “Me Matei en el Ruedo” by Carin León. By Luis R Conriquez, Google reported in its annual list.
Also, the song “Mi Bebito Fiu Fiu” by Peruvian music producer Tito Silva went viral on social networks, becoming one of the trending searches this year. The theme became very popular on the TikTok platform.
He shed light on the questions “What is monotony? (like the name of Shakira’s new single), “How did Marilyn Monroe die?”, “How to vote in the House of Celebrities?” and “Where is Rosalia from?”
As well as “Where’s Shakira From?”, “Who’s the Android in Who’s the Mask?”, “Who’s Lazy in Who’s the Mask?”, “Who Left the House of Famous?” and “Who’s Sapoo in Who’s the Mask?”.
According to census data, approximately 62 million Hispanics live in the United States, of whom 38 million are Mexican or of Mexican descent. Hispanics make up the largest Latino community, which is only small compared to other Latin American countries such as Brazil and Mexico.