This is an older song in the Latin music industry but I still think that it would be important to discuss this one. This song was quite popular in that region back in the day, and was even on the Wii game "Just Dance 4". The song that I'm referring to is called "The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)" by the musical group "Las Ketchup". Back when the song was at it's peak, it garnered controversy for it's allegedly demonic messages. It was even banned by the Dominican television station.
The word "Aserejé" can be broken down into the Spanish phrase "a ser hereje", which means "lets be heretical".
The phrase "Y donde más no cabe un alma" translates to in English as "Where there isn't room for a soul", which would mean hell.
The phrase "Y el DJ que lo conoce toca el himno de las 12" translates to in English as "The DJ who knows him plays the midnight anthem", which could refer to satanic rituals that occur at midnight.
I personally don't think any of this can be a coincidence.