Danny Ocean’s “I Refuse” Sets Record on Spotify

Reggaeton Danny Ocean reached one billion views on Spotify for his song “Me rehúso” and dedicated his achievement “to the Venezuelans who have been forced to leave their country.” The interpreter and producer made special mention of his compatriots when referring to the 80 million people in the world displaced by persecution, conflicts and human rights violations. “Thanks to each one of the people who have lived and sung this song at the top of their lungs,” said the artist upon receiving the award. “These billion are dedicated to all refugees and people forced to displace, including Venezuelans.”

Reggaeton Danny Ocean reached the 1 billion views on Spotify of his song “I refuse” and dedicated his achievement “to the Venezuelan men and women who have been forced to leave their country.” The interpreter and producer made special mention of his compatriots when referring to the 80 million people in the world displaced by persecution, conflicts and human rights violations.

“Thanks to each of the people who have lived and sung this song at the top of their lungs,” said the artist upon receiving the award. These one billion are dedicated to all refugees and people forced to displace, including Venezuelans.“.

Released in 2016 independently, “Me rehúso” is the most listened to song of the last decade on Spotify in Latin America and broke the record of being the Latin song with the longest stay in the platform’s global Top 50, with 36 accumulated. Meanwhile, the corresponding video on YouTube has more than 1,400 million views. Danny Ocean is a High Profile Contributor for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

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