MK Ultra in Latin/Reggaeton Industry

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No, all or almost all latinos practice Christianity and Catholicism. Not Santeria.
Obviously some fringe minorities from other small Caribbean areas have travelled and tried to practice Santeria, but that's def not part of the latino culture at all.



I study spanish(mayor) in college, what you are saying is actually true.
Great. I have lived in a spanish country my whole life. Plus I had a sister who worked in the music industry, her first music videos were produced and filmed in nyc because interscope records team wanted it that way and flew her band to the states just for the mv's. I went to college as well, and most literature they push down in college is also not all very accurate. Most authors are biased and have agendas. Example have u seen who created the science studies to "Proof" transgenderism? False and manipulated studies. That's just the tip of the iceberg. Anyway when I say most, I mean literally all artists. What you call "Carribean music" is actually african influences that almost nobody even likes or listen in latin america. And yes we all know that since elementary school. Not only latin music but french and american music as well as many other genres. And guess what? I can tell you not even the artists listen to that phony music they sing, example my sister was in the hector lavoe genre yet she enjoyed in private more mainstream rock and roll, jazz, ballads. That's what most latin americans listen in private, at home, normal music. Only some old radio stations play what you call latin american music cuz USA English american label push it worldwide, because ppl like u actually believe it's our thing & have a thing for it. Hollywood as well portray latin americans in series and movies with the same taste in music as well. Even disney, which is never accurate. The santeria bs is an aesthetic image as well as the drug stories. And who pushes that? The English american industry label, the english team of writers who are not even latin americans but have an agenda of what sells and what the latin american "Music" / image /culture should be about and how it most be always portrayed. The "Main" artists you mentioned, the top ones, are only biased radio garbage that american industry pays loads to push as the mainstream standard for latin music, and no, latin americans don't even like that nor those artists define latin music. They're just an image for what the industry wants to establish. If you actually sit down and listen to interviews with any of these so called "occult latin artists" they all have admitted to worshipping jesus or practicing catholicism not santeria. Even the new latin urban reggaeton artists, who sing the most dishonorable vulgar lyrics, and have achieved billions in success, they have quitted the industry and exposed it, quickly in a matter of years. Go search for big names such as "Almighty" or "Larry over" who are now preaching in christian churches. Farruko is another latin reggaeton singer who has been preaching christianity recently in his concerts. The santeria bs is another manufactured image pushed by propaganda.
 
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This is some weird stuff. The only thing I know about reggaeton is that it is an equalizer setting on my ghetto blaster. I remember the good reggae with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and the Wailers, Toots and the Maytals and Jimmy Cliff and the soundtrack to The Harder They Come. It seems everything good turns to crap eventually. God starts the good stuff and then Satan per usual eventually turns it into crap.
 
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This is some weird stuff. The only thing I know about reggaeton is that it is an equalizer setting on my ghetto blaster. I remember the good reggae with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and the Wailers, Toots and the Maytals and Jimmy Cliff and the soundtrack to The Harder They Come. It seems everything good turns to crap eventually. God starts the good stuff and then Satan per usual eventually turns it into crap.
Don't let the name deceive you, reggaeton is not related to reggae in the slightest, even old school reggaeton was the same beat in all songs with basically the same message or lack thereof. It wasn't as putrid and toxic as it is today because in 2002 the world was not so far gone down the crapper, but it already sucked big time back then.

As for the accent thing some other fellow user mentioned: I like Latin American accents but guys like Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Jay Balvin, most of these reggaetoneros as we call them in my country, they speak as though they had a sock in their mouth, Bad Bunny especially. They are pushing that cornball harder than they did Drake.

This Ozuna guy made a song that went like "la bebecita bebe lean y toma whisky, fuma marihuana y también se mete speed" (Lil baby drinks lean and whiskey, she smokes weed and does speed". This Ozuna guy who sings in such a voice that you'd think he has no testicles, people say he has a gay porn video on which he sucks cock and gets fucked in the ass. It's degeneracy they're pushing.
 

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Youre both culturaly-illiterate emotional fools who couldn't find an argument if it hit you on the head. Reggaeton has good and bad hits, and so does every music genre. Music is music. It is always experimental or it gets stale. Lyrics are something different. They reflect a state of mind, but sometimes people dont want to be all-spiritual all the time in their songs. And dont act like classic or older art isnt also filled with dirty lyrics, because art has always had it in its repertoare.
 
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Youre both culturaly-illiterate emotional fools who couldn't find an argument if it hit you on the head. Reggaeton has good and bad hits, and so does every music genre. Music is music. It is always experimental or it gets stale. Lyrics are something different. They reflect a state of mind, but sometimes people dont want to be all-spiritual all the time in their songs. And dont act like classic or older art isnt also filled with dirty lyrics, because art has always had it in its repertoare.
All reggaeton sucks. Your opinion is invalid. You can have all the sexual innuendo you want but once you start forcing crap onto people you can't expect such a shift in paradigm when it comes to basic decency to go unnoticed. It's no coincidence that this relaxation in morality has come with slutty clothes, silly social media trends and other shit that further debases humanity and especially teenagers, who are the target of this crap. For real, if you talk about bachata, electrolatino and other genres, fine, they have good songs and awful ones (Despacito was utter crap). But reggaeton is a whole different ball game, it's like saying drill or mumble rap are worthy genres. They're not, society has worse taste these days.
 
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Youre both culturaly-illiterate emotional fools who couldn't find an argument if it hit you on the head. Reggaeton has good and bad hits, and so does every music genre. Music is music. It is always experimental or it gets stale. Lyrics are something different. They reflect a state of mind, but sometimes people dont want to be all-spiritual all the time in their songs. And dont act like classic or older art isnt also filled with dirty lyrics, because art has always had it in its repertoare.
I am talking from my perspective, I am a Spaniard so I highly doubt your cultural literacy regarding reggaeton could contribute much to what I already know. For one, I understand the lyrics despite them being mumbled and sang as if the singer had a penis stuck far in his throat. And I am telling you that there is no artistic merit in those lyrics, and that goes for all reggaeton songs. If you're talking from an American perspective then yes, you consider all songs in Spanish reggaeton and of course there are good Spanish songs, but I doubt you even know what reggaeton is. Let me enlighten you: Ñengo Flow, Ozuna, Don Omar, J Balvin are among the most famous reggaeton signers. That is reggaeton. What Shakira does is not, for example. That is just Latin American pop music. Paulina Rubio makes Latin American pop too. Maluma as well, although, being younger, the aesthetics fall within reggaetonland.

I realize now I replied to your message twice, but I wanted to address your initial statement.
 

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I am talking from my perspective, I am a Spaniard so I highly doubt your cultural literacy regarding reggaeton could contribute much to what I already know. For one, I understand the lyrics despite them being mumbled and sang as if the singer had a penis stuck far in his throat. And I am telling you that there is no artistic merit in those lyrics, and that goes for all reggaeton songs. If you're talking from an American perspective then yes, you consider all songs in Spanish reggaeton and of course there are good Spanish songs, but I doubt you even know what reggaeton is. Let me enlighten you: Ñengo Flow, Ozuna, Don Omar, J Balvin are among the most famous reggaeton signers. That is reggaeton. What Shakira does is not, for example. That is just Latin American pop music. Paulina Rubio makes Latin American pop too. Maluma as well, although, being younger, the aesthetics fall within reggaetonland.

I realize now I replied to your message twice, but I wanted to address your initial statement.
I agree with PeninsulaDweller, & u can't take a child with the "kPOP" in their username serious, even after making such clownish claims that their enlightenment comes from their local college.... anyway, artists such as Ñengo Flow, Ozuna, Don Omar, J Balvin are relatively new. Me being born with "reggaeton" played at elementary school and neighborhood (before Ozuna was even born). I can say that originally (even tho there are many African influences) the genre was actually born in Brazil, then imported to PR (Puerto Rico) mixed with some dominican and american hiphop influences it was officially created in PR. Let me share a few early old school of the legit father's of reggaeton (the first ones to create these type of music in PR):

Big boy (let's say this was the first "bad bunny" in Puerto Rico, literally all real reggaeton artists copied his aesthethic, and/or the music industry used him as the blueprint for the genre)



Vico C (another massive reggaeton artist, a real star, made the genre very poetic and sarcastic AF which is impossible to manage, he is one of the only who has done it so beautifully, the ultra fast way he could rhyme is to this day unachievable, notice Big Boy and the early real reggaeton singers sang very fast, but Vico C was a master Live, not just at the studio as well as he could improvise with the snap of a finger) that was the way it was supposed to be done, Vico C turned to Jesus Christ early after achieving millions in success a few years after becoming a reggaeton singer and then released the very first Christian reggaeton music in the 90's which was a massive hit in many radio stations, not just gospel stations and the audience loved it = kids, teenagers, young adults, etc. ), again: the Santeria myths are just propaganda.



Tempo (went to jail while being a star, which made him even more famous somehow, something Anuel AA later tried to imitate).

Ivy Queen (one of the first female reggaeton singers, (born near my hometown), instant star, but it wasn't until decades later (around 2007) that her music became globally recognized when she toned it down into more mainstream (more PG-13) sort of female reggaeton anthems. (See, early real reggaeton music was extremely harsh, more than it is today. Something new artists fail to do, it's not about being explicit/using profanity, like the kids today think it is, these PuertoRican artists had the attitude, the tone of voice, enough to upset u and put u in ur place)


anyway this is not the music I like but was forced to hear back in the 90's and even to song like this literally forced to dance to as a kid.

Decades ago in the 90's it was only something the "hood" or "country farm side" used to listen, in the other hand, the regular "normal" people and city class of citizens preferred rock & Ska and raised their voice against reggaeton, the hate towards this genre was obvious and clear by the majority and the consensus back in the days, now is everywhere. After 2007/2008, the genre became more PG & mainstream, watered down that's when finally all locals (mostly city entitled moma's boys/girls) in PR started to claim they "liked this music" it's embarrassing. Now even politicians dance to it.
 
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Im from Europe. I study spanish and know gramatics and fonetics, so understanding lyrics is not my problem. I wont say its high art, but even high art has lascive themes. Sorry if that is something that seems not in line with your opinion of what art is, but i also studied art and can also tell you that basically everything before and after the middle ages has profane themes("earthly"). oh, i also personally listen to ballad singer-songwriters with orchestral background s but also enjoy some reggaeton here and there, so im not really the one for lecturing about how bad reggaeton is because its simply not what i feel inspired by. My motives for stating things as they are thus far is purely to clean my name, and say i havent been influenced by nothing but the truth and by what my latin friends listen to and me also in stating the results of my analysis. But you can already believe whatever theory you will, so ypu will also do so in the future. Im sorry some dont even know the basic facts of their own culture, but alright... Such a sad state of education outside of europe.
 

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Im from Europe. I study spanish and know gramatics and fonetics, so understanding lyrics is not my problem. I wont say its high art, but even high art has lascive themes. Sorry if that is something that seems not in line with your opinion of what art is, but i also studied art and can also tell you that basically everything before and after the middle ages has profane themes("earthly"). oh, i also personally listen to ballad singer-songwriters with orchestral background s but also enjoy some reggaeton here and there, so im not really the one for lecturing about how bad reggaeton is because its simply not what i feel inspired by. My motives for stating things as they are thus far is purely to clean my name, and say i havent been influenced by nothing but the truth and by what my latin friends listen to and me also in stating the results of my analysis.
You're using grammatical, phonetics, writing or spoken language knowledge (supposedly from ur local foreigner college in "eUrOPe") to claim that has anything to do with why you know all Latin American people practice Santeria? and use that as a "base" to actually imply to know more of latin culture (even more than people who actually live there)? what the actual f-word. You sound naive and dumb as hell, grow up.

But you can already believe whatever theory you will, so ypu will also do so in the future. I dont even know the basic facts of latin american culture, but alright... Such a sad state of education inside of europe.
Exactly what you're doing, believing w/e u wish and imposing delusional statements, expecting others to believe them as well. Wtf are u a shill
 
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RBD was a pop group from Mexico from 2004-2009. Their look and music was like Backstreet Boys and Pussycat Dolls combined.They were similar to the Monkees, who had a TV series. Rebelde( based on the Argentine telenovela, Rebelde Way) aired from 2004-2006, with three seasons and over 400 episodes.



Rebelde is set in the Elite Way School, a prestigious private boarding school on the outskirts of Mexico City, with a major plot line revolving around six adolescent students – Mía Colucci Cáceres (Anahí), Roberta Pardo Rey (Dulce María), Miguel Arango Cervera (Alfonso Herrera), Diego Bustamante (Christopher von Uckermann), Guadalupe "Lupita" Fernández (Maite Perroni) and Giovanni Méndez López (Christian Chávez) – forming a band. Additional subplots involve the school's faculty and the students' parents. One trademark of the telenovela is the random use of English words and phrases, often used by fresa characters.

Another notable aspect is that the actors playing the band members are themselves in an actual group named RBD and perform most of the music used on the telenovela, including the opening theme song, "Rebelde". The group achieved international success from 2004 until their separation in 2009 and sold over 15 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling Latin music acts of all time.


They had concert in Hollywood. Their only successful English single is "Tu Amor".










 

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RBD was a pop group from Mexico from 2004-2009. Their look and music was like Backstreet Boys and Pussycat Dolls combined.They were similar to the Monkees, who had a TV series. Rebelde( based on the Argentine telenovela, Rebelde Way) aired from 2004-2006, with three seasons and over 400 episodes.



Rebelde is set in the Elite Way School, a prestigious private boarding school on the outskirts of Mexico City, with a major plot line revolving around six adolescent students – Mía Colucci Cáceres (Anahí), Roberta Pardo Rey (Dulce María), Miguel Arango Cervera (Alfonso Herrera), Diego Bustamante (Christopher von Uckermann), Guadalupe "Lupita" Fernández (Maite Perroni) and Giovanni Méndez López (Christian Chávez) – forming a band. Additional subplots involve the school's faculty and the students' parents. One trademark of the telenovela is the random use of English words and phrases, often used by fresa characters.

Another notable aspect is that the actors playing the band members are themselves in an actual group named RBD and perform most of the music used on the telenovela, including the opening theme song, "Rebelde". The group achieved international success from 2004 until their separation in 2009 and sold over 15 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling Latin music acts of all time.


They had concert in Hollywood. Their only successful English single is "Tu Amor".










Apart that the girl in the middle ,in the last picture,look suspect ,seems mtf
 

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All inverts. Maybe two biological men maybe.
can u do ur research instead of posting this bs, none of them are trans. Cut the dumb trolling bs there are even nude leaks, they've all been doing "telenovelas" since childhood and their parents are famous so we all knew their real genders even before they were even born & none of them have claimed to be the gender they're not... this new trend of calling biological women trans just because they're celebrities is delusional and part of the conditioning of misinformation campaign to make conspiracy theories look crazy and stupid AF, stop it
 

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RBD was a pop group from Mexico from 2004-2009. Their look and music was like Backstreet Boys and Pussycat Dolls combined.They were similar to the Monkees, who had a TV series. Rebelde( based on the Argentine telenovela, Rebelde Way) aired from 2004-2006, with three seasons and over 400 episodes.



Rebelde is set in the Elite Way School, a prestigious private boarding school on the outskirts of Mexico City, with a major plot line revolving around six adolescent students – Mía Colucci Cáceres (Anahí), Roberta Pardo Rey (Dulce María), Miguel Arango Cervera (Alfonso Herrera), Diego Bustamante (Christopher von Uckermann), Guadalupe "Lupita" Fernández (Maite Perroni) and Giovanni Méndez López (Christian Chávez) – forming a band. Additional subplots involve the school's faculty and the students' parents. One trademark of the telenovela is the random use of English words and phrases, often used by fresa characters.

Another notable aspect is that the actors playing the band members are themselves in an actual group named RBD and perform most of the music used on the telenovela, including the opening theme song, "Rebelde". The group achieved international success from 2004 until their separation in 2009 and sold over 15 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling Latin music acts of all time.


They had concert in Hollywood. Their only successful English single is "Tu Amor".










What a trip down memory lane, RBD was everything for middle schoolers and high schoolers everywhere, even tho they were Mexican, the impact was massive in other parts of the world, Latin American cities, including Puerto Rico. Let me share a story I remember students learning to play the main theme song in the musical instruments class, every day u would get to hear them at high school and later late evening many would stop everything and run to get glued to the Telenovela right when it aired in local channels, then during summer & 4 of july people would play them at beaches, doing fire pits at night, radio stations would blow them 24/7 every year, I also remember even some young church members including those in their 20’ admitting to really liking some of their songs, most of the band music wasn’t like the image they portrayed, songs were actually so romantic and then all of sudden it all vanished… also the youtube uploads came soon too during their peak showing clear and explicit satanic subliminal messages in their music, almost all of their main favorites songs have nasty weird subliminals in spanish… so strange most of the members of the band (same actors of the telenovela) ended up in netflix doing the usual netflix nasty bs… many regueton artists including bad bunny have played homenaje to RBD

I think the original telenovela and the Rebelde RBD mexican telenovela were def a latin american cultural reset. The show had a mix of innocent and serious issues for young kids to digest, mixed with humor. It was hilarious how the guys were dealing with adult problems and How the main females characters portrayed archetypes that wasn’t seen in any telenovela
 

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can u do ur research instead of posting this bs, none of them are trans. Cut the dumb trolling bs there are even nude leaks, they've all been doing "telenovelas" since childhood and their parents are famous so we all knew their real genders even before they were even born & none of them have claimed to be the gender they're not... this new trend of calling biological women trans just because they're celebrities is delusional and part of the conditioning of misinformation campaign to make conspiracy theories look crazy and stupid AF, stop it
Nude leaks mean nothing.
“ If you can’t see it, I can’t help you.” ( Mr. E)

What looks “ stupid” is billions of people worshipping drag men.

It’s the religion of the Elite. It’s not personal.
Do your own research starting here or not:

 

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What a trip down memory lane, RBD was everything for middle schoolers and high schoolers everywhere, even tho they were Mexican, the impact was massive in other parts of the world, Latin American cities, including Puerto Rico. Let me share a story I remember students learning to play the main theme song in the musical instruments class, every day u would get to hear them at high school and later late evening many would stop everything and run to get glued to the Telenovela right when it aired in local channels, then during summer & 4 of july people would play them at beaches, doing fire pits at night, radio stations would blow them 24/7 every year, I also remember even some young church members including those in their 20’ admitting to really liking some of their songs, most of the band music wasn’t like the image they portrayed, songs were actually so romantic and then all of sudden it all vanished… also the youtube uploads came soon too during their peak showing clear and explicit satanic subliminal messages in their music, almost all of their main favorites songs have nasty weird subliminals in spanish… so strange most of the members of the band (same actors of the telenovela) ended up in netflix doing the usual netflix nasty bs… many regueton artists including bad bunny have played homenaje to RBD

I think the original telenovela and the Rebelde RBD mexican telenovela were def a latin american cultural reset. The show had a mix of innocent and serious issues for young kids to digest, mixed with humor. It was hilarious how the guys were dealing with adult problems and How the main females characters portrayed archetypes that wasn’t seen in any telenovela

Your post in spot-on. They were the Glee of the mid-2000s. I was a little girl when RBD peaked. A third of their fans were little kids, mostly elementary school girls (the other third were moms in their late 20s or 30s). My cousins and I watched the series despite it's for teens. I didn't understand the writing or the language well. Imagine being 8 years old and dressing like a streetwalker for Halloween.

There was merchandise too: clothing, the school uniform, toys, purses, candies, bedding, stickers, even a manga-inspired comic book!



Their most MK song: "Ser o Parecer " (To Be or To Appear)

 
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