After having a “lonely” come from the songs industry being a teenage one-hit wonder, Becky G is riding this new revolution of females in reggaeton as Latin pop gets control YouTube.
It's likely that you imagine of Becky G because the cutie that is gap-toothed sang the infectiously upbeat 2014 song “Shower.” (Or, dependent on your passions, the maybe-queer yellow energy Ranger in last year’s live-action remake.) “Shower” had been the type of pop music factory creation — written and generated by a hit-making group helmed by Dr. Luke — designed to explode from the radio. Sufficient reason for its chorus that is singsongy about well, performing when you look at the shower, it did in fact catch in, breaking into Billboard’s Top 20 that summer time.
The song success that is’sn’t instantly carry then–16-year-old Becky G (born Rebbeca Marie Gomez) to stardom along with it. Alternatively, she became “the woman whom sings ‘Shower,’” as she told BuzzFeed Information in an interview that is recent. “The biggest course we took away as a result is that the track ended up being larger than me personally; the track, anyone might have sung. It absolutely was an incredible pop music track that had absolutely absolutely nothing of me personally on it.”