Maybe The Macarena has been in existence for more than 25 years, but the truth is that it will never go out of style. Since it began to be heard in the early nineties, the song of Los del Río has made us dance and enjoy countless times. Now, with that the classics are backing up, Bad Bunny -In collaboration with Vogue– rescued the sticky theme from the trunk of memories with everything and a new video clip, which features the participation of super models that promote the latest trends.
In the official profile of the specialized publication, Bad Bunny is seen dancing and singing the contagious rhythm, with everything and the original lyrics of the song, which was recorded in 1996 by Antonio Romero Monge and Rafael Ruiz Perdigones. Being a classic, the Puerto Rican, who was crowned as the artist with the most streamings On Spotify this year, he kept intact the lyrics of the song that spent 14 weeks in the top 100 during its release.
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And with that fashion is cyclical and everything returns, Vogue decided to present a preview of the Spring 2022 collections with this peculiar video to the rhythm of The Macarena, directed by Bardia Zeinali. “The #VogueMacarena matches the fashion frenzy right now. The bellies are getting more naked. The pants are dangerously low. Blouses are tighter. The colors are blindingly bright and the prints are kaleidoscopic. Fashion has become a perpetual party of nostalgia, and there is no better way to show it than with the collections of spring 2022 “, reads one of the posts of Vogue and Instagram.
The video clip features the participation of super models such as Imaan Hammam, Paloma Elsesser, Iris Law, Sherry Shi, Jordan Daniels, Oyinda, Jazelle, Richie Shazam, Cara Taylor, among others. One of the most characteristic elements of this version is that the models in the video appear with colorful outfits and garments that make us evoke the nineties and two thousand, a style that has been called in the networks as Y2K.
It seems that we will listen again The Macarena In the coming weeks on all platforms, including TikTok of course, as the fashion magazine invited its followers to recreate the popular dance with the Y2K style (fashion of the nineties and two thousand).