For myself and, evidently, Club Fonograma readers, reggaetón remains a permissive void of culture. In terms of functionality: Why shouldn’t we be able to enjoy the music that will continue surround us? Where have others failed (mainly Jessy Bulbo), Zutzut helps us re-evaluate the genre by emphasizing perhaps what we hate most about the genre, crass materialism. “De Shopping,” features a conference panel in the middle of a discourse on the merits of excessivley spending on women. The re-crafting of the song (with vocals by Yaga & Mackie, Opi, Arcangel, J Alvarez, Farruko & Jory) is intended for the minority of readers already into Arca and Teengirl Fantasy; however, I am sure we’ll be seeing reggaetons and tons of remixes for a variety of listeners this upcoming year.
♫♫♫ "De Shopping"