Aserejé ja de je In selecting the tracks for the group's first album, Liminha went to a meeting with Sony representatives from around the world and commented that he needed a repertoire for a group that would release in Brazil, receiving from Spain the song "Asereje", sung Las Ketchup. [88], "Ragatanga" was a resounding hit in Brazil, making Rouge not only popular in Brazil, but in some parts of the world. De jebe tu de jebere In 2013, in a concert held in a nightclub in São Paulo, singer Wanessa summoned Li Martins, to sing some songs, among them "Ragatanga". [Estribillo] The band is then assisted to stand up on a table, where they execute their Aserejé dance in front of a larger, jubilant crowd who gleefully jive in to the dance. The song was also considered as the reason for the tickets for the group's debut on 14 November 2002, at ATL Hall in Rio de Janeiro, to be exhausted. Nonsensical… or satanic. Toca el himno de las doce If you clicked on this, you've heard the song "Asereje" at some point in your life. By the end of the video, the crowd becomes jam-packed and in multitudes, with the young and old dancing to the song near the beach bar. Three versions of the song exist. De jebe tu de jebere Bonadio says: "the secret of a good version is to have fidelity to the original, not to try to invent". An de buididipí It quickly became one of the biggest selling singles of the year across Europe, reaching number 1 in the UK charts. Thomas described the song's band members (Las Ketchup) as "three slightly odd-looking women from Spain who are the proud exponents of this year's Macarena. Aserejé ja de je This song by the Spanish trio Las Ketchup was released in 2002. Allí se mete a darse caña The original (all in Spanish) was followed by a version where the verses were translated into English, although the chorus remains the same. By that time, the album had already reached the mark of 950 thousand copies.[90]. An de buididipí In addition to talking about the hits "Ragatanga" and "Não Dá pra Resistir", he also spoke about the international career, in which Rouge performed in Argentina with great success, and the intention to launch the group's CD in Chile and Peru. Majabi an de bugui An de buididipí. [91] The video for "Ragatanga" is simple, counting on the girls dancing the choreography of the song, on a giant stage, while the lyrics of the chorus are displayed in the clip. [2], The song is written in the key of E♭ minor and follows the chord progression of E♭m–D♭–C♭–A♭m–B♭7 in the chorus. The Ketchup Song (Aserejé) ist ein Lied der spanischen Girlgroup Las Ketchup aus dem Jahr 2002. Sebiunouva De jebe tu de jebere The choreography was also imported from Spain, but according to the girls, "We added a new movement, which is the sign of asking for a ride. [89] Besides, the song did not leave the top of the charts. ", "Single Review: Las Ketchup - The Ketchup Song", "Top 100 des singles les plus vendus du millénaire en France, le top 10 final! Por donde voy caminando An de buididipí [2] The demo featured the songs "Asereje" and "Kusha Las Payas". If not, here's a refresher: View this video on YouTube Altra Moda Music / YouTube / Via youtube.com. It is an adapted version in Portuguese of the song "The Ketchup Song", of the group Las Ketchup. Poseído por el ritmo ragatanga A third version, where the lyrics were sung in Portuguese, was recorded for a release in Brazil. [Pre-Estribillo] De jebe tu de jebere The song and its dance moves were featured in the 2012 game Just Dance 4. 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