Demi Lovato Shows Hispanic Side In New Spanish Song

Demi Lovato Shows Hispanic Side In New Spanish Song

It's no secret that super star vocalist Demi Lovato is proud of her Hispanic heritage. The singer dropped a collaboration with Luis Fonsi known for his catchy hit "Despacito."

If you're looking for another song just as catchy as Fonsi's last hit, "Échame La Culpa" is the song for you. The title translates to "throw me the blame" and in the music video the two throw an epic party in a warehouse. Lovato also takes you into her elegant bedroom.

If you aren't fluid in Spanish, the song describes putting the end to a fight before it ruins a friendship or relationship. Let's be honest, all of us have been through a similar situation at some point in our lives. "Play me like The Beatles, baby, just let it be," Lovato sings in the bridge. "So come on, put the blame on me."

Spanish music is making quite a splash in the mainstream music industry. With hits such as "Despacito" and Fifth Harmony and Pitbull's "Por Favor" it's become more of a popular genre.

Purchase/stream the track here.

Watch the music video for "Échame La Culpa" below.

Related Articles View More Music Stories

From This Author Danielle Kfare

Before you go...

Like Us On Facebook
Follow Us On Twitter
Follow Us On Instagram instagram