"Despacito" (American Spanish: ; : "Slowly") is a song by singer featuring ver fotos de revista h extremo gratis Puerto Rican rapper from Fonsi's upcoming studio album. On January 12, 2017, released "Despacito" and its music video, which shows both artists performing the song in neighborhood of, and the local bar La Factoría. The song was written by Fonsi,, and Daddy Yankee, and was produced by Mauricio Rengifo and Andrés Torres. A remix version featuring Canadian singer was released on April 17, 2017, which helped to improve the song's chart performance in numerous countries, including various positions. "Despacito" has been widely credited by music journalists as being instrumental in popularizing Spanish-language pop music in the mainstream market again.

It is a and song composed in with lyrics about having a sexual relationship, performed in a smooth and romantic way. Commercially, the song topped the charts of 47 countries and reached the top 10 of six others, making it both Fonsi's and Daddy Yankee's most successful single to date. In the United States, it became the first song primarily in to top the since in 1996, subsequently tying the with 16 weeks, as well as becoming the with 55 weeks. It also became the first Latin song to receive a certification by the. In August 2017, the official music video for "Despacito" became the of all time after receiving its three billionth view. It became the first video on the site to reach the milestones of three, four, and five billion views.

Upon its release, "Despacito" received generally favourable reviews from music critics, who praised the fusion between Latin and urban rhythms, its catchiness, and its. It has received for,,, and at the. The remix version has received three nominations for,, and at the. "Despacito" has been also ranked among the best Latin songs of all time and the best songs of 2017 by various publications, which referred to it as one of the most successful Spanish-language tracks in pop music history.

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Background

Panamanian singer and songwriter (pictured) co-wrote "Despacito" with Luis Fonsi.

After two years without releasing new music, wanted to create "a fun track that had that Latin feel with a melody that I feel very comfortable singing and that will make people just dance." The lyrics were born in late 2015 in Fonsi's house after he expressed his desire to record a "swinging song" for his new album. Brazilian-Panamenian singer and songwriter, a -winner, went to Luis Fonsi's house in, who said to her that he woke up mulling about "writing a song called 'Despacito'." Fonsi sang the lines "Vamos a hacerlo en una playa en Puerto Rico", Ender replied "Hasta que las olas griten 'Ay Bendito'" and then they began to build the song. The Puerto Rico line was moved to the end of the song in order to not sound "so regional" and they started writing a story.

Fonsi originally composed "Despacito" as a and song with lyrics written as a, but began to consider giving it an "urban injection" and contacted reggaeton artist through, who agreed to collaborate on the song after Fonsi played him the. Prior to collaborating on "Despacito", Fonsi and Daddy Yankee had worked together on "Una Oportunidad", released digitally in 2010. Daddy Yankee improvised his verse while thinking about his father playing at his house, citing that as "percussion attacks," and wrote the post-chorus or. They recorded the song in in 2016. It was produced by Mauricio Rengifo and Andrés Torres; the former is known as a member of Colombian pop duo and the latter is known for previously working with,, and, among various Latin acts.

Originally, Luis Fonsi focused on other songs of his album after making the demo of "Despacito". Andrés Torres said that the track "kept getting postponed" because "there was always some issue with [it]." After showing the demo to his producers, they and Fonsi decided to focus on "Despacito" and leave the other works aside. He stated that both Daddy Yankee and he were surprised after hearing the final song because it sounded "powerful, fresh and different." Luis Fonsi said that he does not consider it a reggaeton song but feels that "it does have a reggaeton energy and an subtle urban beat." He also affirmed that Daddy Yankee's work was a plus to the song because "it needed that explosion that only he can bring to the table." Mauricio Rengifo expressed that the song "really took 100 percent shape the day Yankee recorded." Ender stated that the track "went through several arrangements" until Fonsi got "exactly the arrangement he wanted."

Fonsi stated that he made "Despacito" a danceable song because "Latinos are known for being happy people" and that he feels the need of happy music. He added that the "urban feel" in the song's rhythm is the type that "[us Latinos] breathe in and out" and that it is "a synonym of party." According to him, "Despacito" is a very melodic song that can adapt well to many other music genres. In an interview with Billboard magazine in April 2017, Erika Ender stated that the track "made a special connection" and that the collaboration with Daddy Yankee was "a great idea." She also said that because of the sensual nature of the song, they "needed to be responsible with a good lyric" and that her approach to writing for Fonsi was "to take care of how to say things with a good taste." During the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Conference, American singer and songwriter revealed that the original version of "Despacito" featured him instead of Daddy Yankee, but had to decline due to the song's release interfering with the launch of his album.

Composition

A 22-second sample of "Despacito" featuring part of the chorus.

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"Despacito" is a and song composed in (4
4 time) with a length of three minutes and forty-seven seconds and written in the key of with a tempo of 89 and a of Bm—G—D—A. The vocals span from F#4 to A5. Its implicit lyrics are about having a sexual relationship in a smooth and romantic way, making heavy use of allegories. However, Luis Fonsi expressed that some lines are free for interpretation.

Mauricio Rengifo and Andrés Torres produced "Despacito" using and its final mix consisted of 47 tracks. The song begins with a played by, which is accompanied by an when Luis Fonsi starts performing. Nieves plays -influenced melodies during the chorus and the hook, which contains vocal samples and "old school pop" effects based on American producer. Percussion instruments guache and were synchronized with a in order to highlight the track's influences. The song uses the production technique in order to make the chorus "more prominent," silencing the music as the hits. It also makes heavy use of when the music is slowed down as the word "despacito" (slowly) is performed at the beginning of every chorus. Its percussion consists of guache,,, güira, and sequenced patterns.

Release and reception

"Despacito" was made available for digital download on January 13, 2017 by. It was released physically on April 30, 2017 in Europe as a 2-track single including the original and pop version. Some music publications believed the single's success was influenced by a trend of combining and urban music after the release of hit singles by,,,, and. Fonsi considered the trend to be "the new pop", and Ender said of it, "everyone is making this type of fusions." Luis Fonsi also stated that two weeks after the release of the song and its music video he started receiving calls from "people who normally don't call. People who only call when something different is going on." He got calls from Ricky Martin,, and other artists telling him it was a "home run."

The song was well received from music critics. Doris Irizarry of AXS praised the fusion between "Latin sensual rhythms" and urban music, describing it as "masterful." Sebastian Wernke-Schmiesing of Dance-Charts electronic journal stated that "a simple 4/4 time, sounds, a crisp bass, and the excellent vocals by Luis Fonsi and [Daddy Yankee] were enough to get a hit single from the start." He added that "'Despacito' has the magic it takes to reach the world" and that "works both on the dancefloors and on the radio." Buddy Iahn of The Music Universe described it as an "infectious tune" and expressed that its music video became very popular because it is "great music performed by two of the biggest stars in the Latin music business." Diana Marti of said that "it is almost impossible not to dance to [it]." Caroline Soriano of Enstars magazine described the song's beat as "quite sexy and catchy" and defined the lyrics as "captivating." Brittany Spanos of magazine described it as alluring, sexy and catchy. Leila Cobo of Billboard expressed that "Despacito" is "a great pop song", highlighting the "undeniable immediate catchiness" of the pre-chorus and the chorus. Cobo also stated that it "is a clever blend of romantic Latin pop with a reggaeton beat, subtly naughty lyrics, a rapper’s contemporary edge and an irresistible chorus that can be applied to so many situations."

Robert Joffred of 's culture blog That Good You Need stated in his review that the song has "something [very] interesting happening" and that it can be classified as a Latin-American song because of its composition and characteristics. He highlighted the use of a steel-string guitar to play -style melodies instead of a, on which flamenco is usually played, representing "a modern take on a historical musical style." Joffred also stated that what makes "Despacito" a "great song" is that it "throws decades of tradition to the wind in a very subtle way" because of the presence of "" when the word "Despacito" is sung at the beginning of the chorus. He referred to the text painting as "pretty genius." Petra Rivera-Rideau, author of Remixing Reggaetón: The Cultural Politics of Race in Puerto Rico (2015), said that she "really likes" the song and that it is "super catchy." She also stated that "what's great about 'Despacito' is that it shows reggaeton never really went away" and that the song's success "makes [her] really excited to see what’s going to happen next." Raisa Bruner of magazine described the single as "an infectious Latin melody amped up with reggaeton grooves and an irresistible dance tune."

Spanish record producer Nahúm García stated that "the way the rhythm breaks before the chorus is genius", referring to the first time Luis Fonsi performs the word "Despacito". He explained that "the brain realizes that there has been a rare breakdown and it catches its eye", and claimed that this "trick" in particular is not very common "and much less in pop music." García concluded stating that the song "is very well made." James Kellaris, composer and professor at the 's, expressed that "'Despacito' contains elements" for being "cheerful, simple, repetitive and having a sticky rhythm." Joshua Barrie of Irish Mirror gave a negative opinion about the lyrics after being translated to English, referring to them as "quite rude and a bit creepy" and stating that "some people might find them offensive." Christian Koch of The Culture Trip also referred to the lyrics as "creepy."

Accolades

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"Despacito" has received various awards and nominations following its commercial success. The remix version received three nominations for,, and at the. The original version won three awards at the including, and, while the remix version won. It won Collaboration of the Year and Favorite Pop/Rock Song and was nominated for Video of the Year at the. The song was also nominated for three and an. The recognized "Despacito" as the Song of the Year at its. It has also won two, two, and an. In 2018, the remix version received six and five, including. It has also received an ASCAP Latin Music Award for Song of the Year by the at the 26th ASCAP Latin Music Awards.Erika Ender became the youngest person to be inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame and the first female Latin artist to garner a Grammy Award for Song of the Year nomination.

In 2017, Billboard's critics ranked "Despacito" the fourth best song and the best Latin song of 2017 and the fifth best Latin song of all-time, referring to it as "one of the biggest hits in Latin music history" and "one of the biggest singles of all time." positioned it the seventh best song of 2017, stating that it became "your suburban grandmother's favorite Spanish-language song since ''." ranked it the third best song of 2017, closing a brief review by stating that "in a year where xenophobia reared its head worldwide, it inspires hope that the charts were dominated by such a universal, multicultural hit." The remix version alone was ranked the 29th and 38th best song of 2017 by Noise magazine and, respectively; the latter stating that "it managed to transcend genre, time, space, and even personal taste in a way that was unprecedented." It was also ranked the 20th and 21st best song of 2017 by and, respectively. In November 2017, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee were selected as the "Stars of the Year" by. In June 2018, the song was ranked 91st in the "100 Greatest Songs of the Century So Far" list by Rolling Stone. The following month, the magazine included "Despacito" in its "50 Greatest Latin Pop Songs" list, describing it as "the undeniable all-time champion of Latin pop" and "one of the most successful hits in pop music history." In August 2018, Billboard selected it among the best Latin summer songs of all-time, referring to the track as a "classic."

Controversies

In July 2017, officials from the Government of Malaysia reported that "Despacito" was being banned from airing on government-owned broadcast stations as a result of public complaints. Government ministers said that the song was considered un-Islamic and that its lyrics were "not suitable to be heard."

Commercial performance

United States

In the United States, the single debuted at number two on the chart on February 4, 2017, becoming Fonsi's highest-charting single since June 13, 2009, when "" peaked at the top position. "Despacito" became also Fonsi's and Daddy Yankee's first number one hit single on the US Latin Digital Songs chart after selling 11,000 downloads sold on the week ending on February 4, 2017. It was Daddy Yankee's highest debut ever on the Hot Latin Songs chart, in which he marked his 48th career hit. "Despacito" reached number one on the US Hot Latin Songs chart on February 18, 2017 and remained there for 35 consecutive weeks until October 14, 2017. In 2018, it returned to number one for 21 more weeks in three different runs from January 6 to April 28, from August 4 to August 18, and the week ending on September 1, totaling 56 non-consecutive weeks. It is the, surpassing the 41 weeks of "" by Enrique Iglesias featuring and, achieved between May 2014 to February 2015, on the issue dated February 17, 2018. "Despacito" is also the, with 83 from February 2017 to August 2018. In the US Latin Digital Songs and Latin Streaming Songs charts, it remained at number one for 65 and 56 weeks, respectively.

On the US chart, the single debuted at number 88 on February 4, 2017, becoming Fonsi's third entry on that chart and Daddy Yankee's seventh. It subsequently peaked at number 44 on April 15, 2017 before the release of the remix version featuring. Four weeks after the remix's release, "Despacito" reached number one on the Hot 100 for the week ending May 27, 2017, becoming both Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's first number one on the chart, and Bieber's fifth. It had topped the Hot 100 for 16 consecutive weeks, tying with "" by and as the longest-reigning number-one single in the chart's history. It also became the first mostly-Spanish-language song to lead the all-genre US chart after selling 86,000 downloads on the week ending May 13, 2017. On the Billboard issue dated July 22, 2017, it became the first non-primarily-English-language song to top the all-format and charts. On October 21, 2017, "Despacito" and "" by and featuring marked the first time that two non-primarily-English-language songs chart within the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously since the list's inception in August 1958. "Despacito" also became the single with most weeks at number one on the US and charts with 17 and 16, respectively.

"Despacito" was the best-selling and most-streamed single of 2017 in the United States, with 2,692,000 downloads sold and 1,322,799,000 video and audio streams, adding up a combined total of 6,663,000 sales plus track-equivalent audio streams. It was also the sixth most-played song of 2017, with 608,000 spins across US radio stations and an audience of 3,076,935,000. It was the second best-performing song of 2017 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the best-performing on the Hot Latin Songs chart. In 2018, it was the best-selling and most-streamed Latin song of the first half of the year, with 246,000 downloads sold and 308,980,000 audio and video streams from December 29, 2017 to June 28, 2018.

In the United States, "Despacito" sold 2,938,000 downloads as of June 28, 2018 and received a certification by the (RIAA) on January 27, 2018, for units of over 10 million sales plus track-equivalent streams. It became the first Latin and 18th overall single to receive a diamond certification by the RIAA. In August 2018, Billboard ranked it the 33rd best-performing single of all-time on the Hot 100.

International

Internationally, the original version topped the charts of Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, the Netherlands, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Combined chart entries for the original and the remix version featuring Justin Bieber topped the charts of Australia, Canada, Luxembourg, Scotland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. In total, "Despacito" has topped the charts of 47 countries. The song spent 26 weeks as number one in Spain, 20 in Switzerland, 18 in France, Luxembourg, and Portugal, 17 in Denmark and Germany, 16 in Canada and Sweden, 15 in Belgium (Wallonia) and Ireland, 14 in Greece and Italy, 13 in Australia and Belgium (Flanders), 12 in Finland, 11 in the United Kingdom, and 10 in the Netherlands. In Latin America, it broke the record for most simultaneous number-ones on 's charts with 11 on the issue dated April 2, 2017.

Across Europe, the song was certified 13× platinum by the (GLF) and the (PROMUSICAE), diamond by the (SNEP) and the (FIMI), 4× platinum by the (BEA), the Danish (IFPI), the (BPI) and the (BVMI). It was also certified platinum by the Swiss International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), and gold by the Austrian International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). It also received a diamond certification by the and a 5× platinum certification by the (ARIA). In Latin America, "Despacito" was certified double diamond and triple platinum by the (AMPROFON) and platinum by the (PMB).

In the United Kingdom, it was the second best-selling and most-streamed song of the year, with 2.3 million combined sales. It was also the best-selling single of 2017 in Canada, with more than 300,000 digital sales. It was the best-performing song of 2017 in Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. It was the second best-performing song of 2017 in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. In Latin America, it was the most-played radio song of 2017, with 580,450 spins between the 18 countries Monitor Latino measure, as well as the best-performing foreign song of the year in Brazil. According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, "Despacito" was the second best-selling digital single of 2017 worldwide, with 24.3 million sales plus track-equivalent streams.

"Despacito" became the world's most-streamed song of all time in July 2017, with 4.6 billion streams between the original and remix version, surpassing Justin Bieber's "Sorry". It was streamed 7.5 billion times as of April 2018. In February 2018, the remix version became the first Latin and eight overall song to surpass one billion streams on Spotify. In the United Kingdom, it became the longest-reigning foreign language number-one, surpassing 's three weeks achieved in 1977 with their single "". It is also the 30th with 1,900,599 combined sales (566,425 digital sales and 1,334,174 streaming-equivalent sales) as of September 19, 2017. It also became the song with most weeks at number one in Switzerland and Germany.

Impact

Latin music

The success of the song and its remix version led Daddy Yankee to become the most listened-to artist worldwide on the streaming service on July 9, 2017, being the first Latin artist to do so. He later became the fifth most listened-to male artist and the sixth overall of 2017 on Spotify. In June 2017, "Despacito" was cited by Billboard's Leila Cobo as the song that renewed interest in the market from recording labels in the United States. Julyssa Lopez of The Washington Post stated that the successes of "Despacito" and J Balvin's "Mi Gente" is "the beginning of a new Latin crossover era." Stephanie Ho of website wrote that "the successes of 'Despacito' and 'Mi Gente' could point to the beginning of a successful wave for Spanish-language music in the US." Ho also stated that "as 'Despacito' proves, fans don't need to understand the language in order to enjoy the music", referring to the worldwide success of the song, including various non-Spanish-speaking countries.

In October 2017, Xander Zellner of Billboard credited the influence of the single's commercial success for the Latin music domination in the US mainstream market during 2017, as eleven primarily-Spanish-language songs have debuted on the Hot 100 as of October 21, compared to two in 2016 and five in 2015. American songwriter and Cuban musician, founders of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, expressed that "not since Ricky Martin's '' has there been a song in any genre that has had the global impact of 'Despacito', changing the course of pop music forever and ushering in an explosive new era of unlimited opportunities for all Latin music creators." In December 2017, Lars Brandle of Billboard related the success of "Despacito" with the increase of Latin music's global popularity, as six out of the 10 most-viewed YouTube music videos in 2017 were for songs performed in Spanish by Latin artists. Brandle referred to it as "the 'Despacito' effect". Jeff Benjamin of Billboard stated that the success of the song represented that "English is no longer a requirement for mainstream U.S. success."

In December 2017, British recognized "Despacito" as the song that "helped Latin pop crossover to the mainstream once again" and highlighted that ",, and all released Latin inspired songs this year." Writing for 's 2017 Music Year-End Report, Erin Crawford stated that "Despacito" had "a halo effect on several other Latin hits ripe for crossover success, most notably J Balvin & Willy William's 'Mi Gente,' which catapulted to the top of the Hot Latin Songs chart after Beyoncé made a 'Despacito'-esque cameo on the song in September to help raise proceeds for families affected by." In June 2018, Rolling Stone magazine stated that the song "hastened a massive historical turn in American music, demonstrating the mainstream viability of Spanish-language pop." In July 2018, John Ochoa of Rolling Stone stated that "the resulting so-called 'Despacito effect' has advanced a wave of subsequent Spanish-language hits and mainstream crossovers, from the Latin trap explosion to J Balvin's reggaeton globalization." In August 2018, Billboard affirmed that the song's influence has impacted other Latin crossovers, including "Mi Gente".

The Recording Industry Association of America reported in April 2018 that Latin music revenues grew 37% in 2017, "driven primarily by music streaming," whose revenue increased 84% compared to 2016. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) reported that revenue in Latin America grew 17.7% in 2017, "driven largely by a 48.9% increase in streaming revenues that helped offset a 41.5% decline in physical revenue." "Despacito" has been described by the IFPI as "a game-changing hit from Latin America to the world" and declared it "the song of 2017." IFPI's chief executive Frances Moore described the song as a "global smash hit" and related its success with "the broadening appeal of Latin music." In July 2018, Billboard reported that Latin music's consumption in the United States increased 15% between the first half of 2016 and the first half of 2018, directly relating it with the success of "Despacito" during 2017.

Social impact

Shortly after the original version's success, an Argentine band composed of football club 's fans reworked the song in order to chant it during matches, and its positive reception on the Internet rebounded in fans from other Argentine clubs and other countries, including Brazil, Uruguay, Tunisia, Israel, and Korea, to make their own version. Martino Simcik of referred to the situation as "the song's rebirth as a football anthem" and stated that "while the antics of a forgetful pop star created a divisive association with the song, football fans have made it an ode to our collective passion."

In July 2017, it was reported that tourist interest in Puerto Rico increased by 45% since the worldwide success of the song. Tour operators cite the song's music video for increasing interest in locations such as Club La Factoría and district in, which were featured in the video.

Music video

Background

2006 Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera co-starred the music video.

The music video for "Despacito" was directed by Puerto Rican director Carlos Pérez and produced by Joanna Egozcue and Roxy Quiñones. Filming took place in December 2016 in neighborhood and the popular bar La Factoría in. Carlos Pérez had previously worked with Luis Fonsi on "Corazón en la Maleta" (2014) and also with Daddy Yankee on clips including "" (2004), "" (2005), "" (2006), "" (2010), and "" (2011), among others. Puerto Rican Thomas Marvel and Puerto Rican Yasiri Castro have also worked on the music video.

Wanting Carlos Pérez to direct the clip, Luis Fonsi reached him the song and wanted to make "something special." According to Fonsi, Pérez was impressed with the track after listening to it, and showed interest in the project. Fonsi then called, wanting her to represent "the Latina powerful woman." She called him back 10 minutes later and replied that it was "the best song she had ever heard."

Fonsi stated that the music video celebrates Latin American culture, saying that movement, dancing and rhythm are "engraved into his bones." He also affirms that part of the song's success was the reception of the fans, capturing the best of Fonsi's romantic ballad and danceable facets. Carlos Perez stated that the clip "directly supports the vibe of the song" and that it "is a video that has soul to it." Jorge Muñíz Ortíz of stated that the music video "highlights some of the main cultural and folkloric symbols of Puerto Rico" by showing its "splendid beaches, the colorful landscape of La Perla, the rattle of the Puerto Rican cuatro and the barrels of the autochthonous genre of bomba, even Zuleyka Rivera's hips movement, and a pair of men enjoying a game of dominoes."

On April 10, 2018, Luis Fonsi's YouTube account was hacked by an anonymous group, who removed the music video for "Despacito" from his channel for hours before becoming available again. reported that clips from more than a dozen Vevo channels, including those of,, and Shakira, were also affected. The hackers stated that "the act was not malicious, but just in good fun."

Synopsis

The video shows both artists performing the song while participating on different parties on the island, featuring model Zuleyka Rivera. The clip starts with shots of La Perla's coast during daylight while showing Zuleyka Rivera arriving at the on foot. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee perform the song in a street while elders are playing dominos, a child is getting his hair cut, two people are talking while listening to the radio, and couples are dancing in the background. The video intercalates with shots of Fonsi and Daddy Yankee singing in front of a car with people sitting on it and dancing next to it. As Daddy Yankee is finishing his verse, Zuleyka Rivera enters La Factoría bar while the artists are performing and dancing alongside other people, and men are playing drums. Fonsi proceeds to dance with Rivera as the song ends. The outro consists of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee singing the hook with the people at the bar.

Performance and accolades

The official music video on was released on Fonsi's channel on January 12, 2017 and amassed one billion views in 97 days, becoming the second-fastest video on the site to reach the milestone behind the music video for 's "". The video received two billion views in 154 days, surpassing Justin Bieber's record of 394 days with the music video for his song "" to become the. The video became the first on YouTube to receive three billion, four billion, and five billion views on August 4, 2017; October 11, 2017; and April 5, 2018, respectively (dates are based on ). It has received over 5.4 billion views as of August 10, 2018 and has been the since August 4, 2017, when it surpassed the music video for "" by featuring. It is also the site's, with over 27 million as of May 3, 2018. On, the music video received 5.14 million views in its first 24 hours of release, which the website reported as being the most for a Spanish-language video's first day on its platform, surpassing J Balvin's record with the music video for his song "".

The music video received a at the 18th Latin Grammy Awards and a at the, and was nominated for an American Music Award for Video of the Year at the 45th American Music Awards.

Live performances

The first stage performance of "Despacito" was by Daddy Yankee solo in on February 27, 2017, while Fonsi performed the pop version on the L Festival on March 18, 2017 at the Pico Rivera Sports Arena in. Justin Bieber performed the remix version in Puerto Rico on April 18, 2017 on his with Luis Fonsi as guest. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee performed "Despacito" live together for the first time at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards on April 27, 2017. They performed together again on finals featuring contestant Mark Isaiah on May 23, 2017. On June 12, 2017, Luis Fonsi performed solo on, a hosted by, being his first late-night television appearance in the United States.

Daddy Yankee included the song on the setlist for his Tamo En Vivo Europe Tour, which lasted from June 2 to July 9, 2017. Fonsi also included "Despacito" on his Love + Dance World Tour, which began on July 1, 2017. On September 14, 2017, Luis Fonsi performed the single on the American talk show.Erika Ender also performed an acoustic version of the song during a Billboard session on September 18, 2017 in order to promote her album Tatuajes. On November 16, 2017, Luis Fonsi performed the song featuring Puerto Rican musician, Colombian band, and American disc jockey at the 18th Latin Grammy Awards.Erika Ender and Brazilian singer-songwriter performed an acoustic version featuring drummers and dancers from Samba school in Brazil on November 29, 2017.

On January 28, 2018, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee performed the song at the 60th Grammy Awards on the, becoming the 12th and 13th Latin artists to perform at the Grammy Awards. Luis Fonsi performed it at the 59th on February 21, 2018. Four days later, he performed an orchestral version with the Teatro Colón Orchestra at the in.

Remixes

Justin Bieber remix version

On April 17, 2017 a remix version featuring vocals by Canadian singer was released, who sang in Spanish for the first time in his career. The remix was released as a single by Universal Music Latin,,, and. The song maintained the original rhythms and Luis Fonsi translated some lines to English, singing a verse in, while Daddy Yankee's verses were kept from the original version. It was the first collaboration between Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee with Bieber. The remix's official audio video garnered 20 million views on YouTube on its first 24 hours, making it the third-highest debut for a music-related video in 2017 as of September.

Justin Bieber and American songwriters and co-wrote the version. Colombian musician Juan Felipe Samper was hired to help him sing in Spanish. According to Fonsi, Bieber wanted to record the remix version after seeing how people reacted to "Despacito" in a Colombian club. The song was recorded in on April 13, 2017, four days before its release. On April 11, 2017, Bieber's manager Scooter Braun contacted his vocal producer Josh Gudwin to work on the remix. He flew from Los Angeles to Bogota that same night and recorded Justin Bieber's vocals in Estudios Audiovisión after Jason Boyd sent his lyrics and melody outlines. Gudwin used a microphone, a 1081 and a Tube-Tech CL1B compressor for the four-hour recording session, and sent Bieber's vocal tracks to Australian sound engineer for vocal tuning. Gudwin completed re-arranging the song and started to mix it while waiting during a five-hour lay-over at. He concluded the production on the remix version in, Turks and Caicos Islands with the mixing of Luis Fonsi's English-language vocals, whose lyrics were written by Marty James. The final mix consisted of 62 tracks.

Bieber's collaboration helped the song to reach number one of the US, the first for a primarily Spanish-language song since "" by in 1996. The remix alone topped the charts of Finland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway and Poland, and reached the top 10 in Mexico and Spain. It was certified platinum by the (RMNZ), the (PMB), and gold by the (BVMI).

Hilton Dresden of Out magazine described it as "unexpected and delightful" and that "Justin Bieber singing in Spanish is a highly sexual experience," defining the results of the collaboration as legendary. Caroline Soriano of Ernstars magazine stated that Bieber's voice "sounds appealing with the song," whose remix version make it sound "a little bit better."'s Daniela Galvez described Bieber singing in Spanish as "amazing." Justin Bieber was not able to sing the song during live performances, and was caught replacing portions of the lyrics with the word "" during one performance, in a much publicized incident. Fonsi has defended him for not knowing the lyrics, saying he has to be given "a little bit of a pass" because Spanish is not Bieber's main language.

Other remixes and cover versions

The first two official remixes for "Despacito" were released on March 17, 2017: a solo pop version by Fonsi and a version featuring vocals by Puerto Rican musician Victor Manuelle. On May 5, 2017, two other remixes were released: an version produced by American trio Major Lazer and Colombian DJ MOSKA and an urban version remixed by Colombian producer Sky. A Portuguese-language version written by Erika Ender and performed by Luis Fonsi featuring Brazilian singer Israel Novaes was released on July 14, 2017. A version by Luis Fonsi with Mexican group was released on September 1, 2017.

A Spanish/Mandarin version by Luis Fonsi and Singaporean singer-songwriter was released on January 26, 2018 in order to introduce "Despacito" in China, since the original version was not released in the country. It was produced by The Swaggernautz, a production duo composed by Singaporean producer and American singer and producer, and was co-written, mixed, and engineered by Harry Chang, who also provided backing vocals. Work on the song started in July 2017, with the process being derailed at multiple points as consequence of consecutive hurricanes in the Caribbean.

In an interview with Billboard magazine in March 2017, Luis Fonsi stated that there are several remixes for "Despacito", including an urban and a club version, mentioning that "there are some great DJs who have shown interest." He also expressed his desire to perform an acoustic version. In June 2017, English musician revealed that he wanted to record a remix version of "Despacito" but Justin Bieber "advantaged him." He also stated that he likes reggaeton music, saying that it has a "good rhythm" and that "everyone enjoys it."

Dominican musician released a version featuring American rapper Mark B on June 26, 2017. Filipina actress and singer published an acoustic version of the remix on June 30, 2017. Croatian-based duo, composed by musicians and, released a version on July 19, 2017. In August 2017, a cover by Zambian musician DJ Britain featuring his compatriot K-Star titled "Dizz Pa Nchito" was released with lyrics in Bemba, Nyanja and English in order to improve the popularity of Latin American Spanish music in the country. Hungarian pianist, holder of the world record for most piano key hits in one minute according to the, published a piano version of the song on July 26, 2017. American group released a "Broadway style cover" of the remix version on September 28, 2017.

Political uses

The song has also been used, with altered lyrics, for political purposes. It has been used in Argentina by various politicians for their respective TV advertisements for the. The melody of the song was also used by Argentine scientists to protest against President and by feminists as an initiative to convoke people to a concentration about violence against women. Venezuelan President used it to call for voting in the controversial. Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Erika Ender showed their displeasure with the unauthorized use of the song for political purposes in Venezuela, criticizing Maduro's government and describing the use of the song as "." Fonsi said that he was never consulted or have he authorized the use of the song for political ends, "less so in the context of the deplorable situation affecting a country that I love so much as Venezuela." He also stated that his music is "for all of those that want to listen to it and enjoy it, not to use it as propaganda that tries to manipulate the will of the people that are crying out for their freedom and a better future." Despite the criticism by the songwriters, President Maduro continued to use the remix promoting the election, using it during a. On August 16, 2017, English television host remixed the song to comment on American President during his talk show.

Appearances in other media

Following the song's worldwide success, "Despacito" was featured on various types of media, including TV shows, films and YouTube videos. A Spanglish parody titled "El Patito" (The Rubber Duckie) by American children's television show was published on August 21, 2017. The song was featured on a TV commercial by Spotify and Chilean retail multinational starring Ciro Priello, Fabio Balsamo, and Gianluca Fru, three Italian comedians who gained notoriety through a viral parody video about "Despacito" on YouTube. It was also included on 's dance video game. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee had a brief appearance in the video YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017, which celebrates "the videos, people, music and memes that made 2017." During the, the song was used by three separate teams (China's Xinyu Liu and Shiyue Wang, South Korea's and, and Poland's and ) as the soundtrack for their performances. It was also featured in the film (2018).

Formats and track listings

  • Digital download
  1. Despacito (featuring ) – 3:47
  • Digital download - Pop version
  1. Despacito (Pop version) – 3:47
  • Digital download - Salsa Version
  1. Despacito (Salsa version) (featuring ) – 3:25
  • Digital download - Remix
  1. Despacito (Remix) (with Daddy Yankee featuring ) – 3:48
  • Digital download - Major Lazer and Moska remix
  1. Despacito (Major Lazer and Moska remix) (with Daddy Yankee) – 3:09
  • Digital download - Urban version
  1. Despacito (Urban version) (with Daddy Yankee) – 3:42
  • Digital download - Portuguese version
  1. Despacito (Portuguese version) (with Israel Novaes) – 3:48
  • Digital download - Banda version
  1. Despacito (Banda version) (with ) – 3:44
  • Digital download - Mandarin version
  1. Despacito 緩緩 (Mandarin version) (featuring ) – 3:48
  1. Despacito (featuring Daddy Yankee) – 3:47
  2. Despacito (Pop version) – 3:47

Credits and personnel

Original version

Credits adapted from and.

Justin Bieber remix

Credits adapted from Tidal and.

  • – songwriting, lead vocals
  • – songwriting
  • Josh Gudwin – producer, recording engineer, remixer, mixing
  • – songwriting
  • Jaycen Joshua – mixing
  • Dave Kutch – mastering
  • Juan Rivera "Gaby Music" – recording engineer
  • – recording engineer
  • Juan Felipe Samper –

Charts

Weekly charts

Justin Bieber remix

Monthly charts

Justin Bieber remix

Year-end charts

Justin Bieber remix

All-time charts

Certifications

  • Most certifications measure combined data from the original version and the remix featuring Justin Bieber.

Release history

See also

Notes

  1. ^ reported that "Despacito" sold 2,692,000 downloads in the tracking period of December 30, 2016 through December 28, 2017 and 246,000 downloads in the tracking period of December 29, 2017 through June 28, 2018, adding up a total of 2,938,000 downloads sold.
  2. Australian, British, Canadian, Dutch, Luxembourgish, Kenya, Philippine, Scottish, Swedish, and US Hot 100 chart peaks measure combined data between the original and the Justin Bieber remix version.
  3. Most of these year-end charts measure combined data between the original and the Justin Bieber remix version.

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