Bebe, the 2005 Latin Grammy winner for Best New Artist is making Club Fonograma suffer. We’ve all been waiting for a sophomore album enough, but she seems to be chasing a profession as a movie actress. There are rumors circulating around the web about a new album in the works for a couple of years, the album was supposed to be ready last June but nothing concrete just yet. She only visited the recording studio while collaborating on the new album by Ana Belen, which we can’t wait to hear, it might be a fulfilling pass-by dosis of Bebe’s amazing talent. “Siempre Me Quedara” is seriously one of my all time favorite songs and one must chase the genius behind it. Not included on her debut album Pafuera Telarañas is one of her most celebrated songs at her concerts: “Mi papa tiene una silla electrica” (My dad has an electric chair). A song where she characterizes Barbara Bush, who is presuming her dad’s throne-like chair of heat, one that burns even the heart. We are weeks away until George W. Bush ends his theatrical attempt to be a legit President, make your voice be heard by voting!
Note that this song has never been recorded professionally, but fans have been fancy enough to record it at concerts, so the quality is very poor. But don’t let that stop you from listening to one of the great satire songs made for Bush and one of the most acid protest songs I’ve heard.