Timeline of controversy – Billboard

Jhay Cortez and Rauw Alejandro, two of Billboard’s chart-topping stars, are battling it out on social media for a tiraera Opened during the holiday season.

Tiraeras (or rap battles) has been a part of the genre’s DNA for years, finding two artists fighting each other, sometimes with diss tracks so fans can determine who’s who. write the best lyrics.


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Daddy Yankee vs. Tempo, Tego Calderon vs Lito y Polanco, Hector y Tito vs Baby Rasta y Gringo, Cosculluela vs. Anuel AA and Lapiz Conciente vs Mozart La Para are some of the notable rap battles that have taken place over the years.

Just last year, Cortez and Bryant Myers went head-to-head during quarantine to see who was the best trap artist of this generation.

Below, check out a timeline of Cortez’s latest feud with Rauw Alejandro.

December 16: Both Jhay and Rauw formed part of Ankhal’s remix of “Si Pepe” released through Carbon Fiber Music. Other artists on the mix include Farruko, Arcangel, Miky Woodz, and Luar La L. In his verse, after two minutes and ten seconds, Cortez appears to have thrown some hits at Rauw, comparing dance moves. with a cockroach gesture and even mentions “Spanish Girlfriend” (Rauw is currently dating Spanish artist Rosalia). Read part of his translated verse below:

If you dance well, I’ll make you crazy like a cockroach
You are not the street, on the way you are a fake
Your Spanish [girlfriend] want me to talk to her in english
Do you want f***? “Jhayco, I want to go Bentley,” ey

December 17th: Rauw Alejandro responded on his social media account, telling fans he had just discovered his #1 fan. Furthermore, he said that Jhay should do a collaboration album with him so that he can at least get into the top 3 on the chart. But what really caused Rauw to start the war was the passage in which Cortez is said to have mentioned his girlfriend. “Women should be respected […] We’re moving on,” he tweeted.

December 23: Rauw Alejandro announced that his diss track will be released at 6 p.m. ET on Christmas Eve. After not releasing it on time, Cortez took to Twitter and said: “What are you waiting for? Let YouTube approve the campaign so you can say you hit five million views? “

Soon after, Rauw dropped “Hunter,” a nearly five-minute track with an elaborate music video showing scenes of Rauw portraying John Wick, a sniper, and a baseball player to convey. his message. In the lyrics, Rauw mentions how Jhay’s tour didn’t sell out, how Mora wrote his verse on “911” and his album. Timelezz unlike Rauw’s Afrodisiaco and Opposite. He also compared his and Rosalia’s relationship to that of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, asserting: “Where we sing, no one knows you.”

December 28: Jhay Cortez responded with a seven-minute piece of music called “Enterrauw.” The title is a pun on “enterrado”, which is Spanish for buried. On Instagram, he posted his COVID results, explaining that although he tested positive, he was working on a follow-up. “I’m Jordan, I won’t play with the flu,” he wrote in the caption. Cortez even went so far as to create a “death certificate” to promote his rebuttal.

For the song, which was released with a clip that reads “this isn’t a video” and references parts of the lyrics in a GIF, Cortez announced that Rauw would WhatsApp for him to compose his music. , that his concert tickets sold for $30, and that he was a fake pop star. He responded to Rauw’s earlier tweet, stating, “You say respect for women but you support Chris Brown’s abuse” (in September, Rauw and Chris collaborated on Rvssian’s “Nostalgico”) , and he also dug into Rauw’s lyrics, stating, “Even if Mayweather trains you, you know you can’t write a punch.”

Rauw then responded to one of Jhayco’s lyrics in which he says, “Stay in your line, you don’t see me dance” by sharing a never-before-seen video of Cortez learning to dance dance.

December 29: Mia Khalifa, who is dating Jhayco (they officially did red carpet debut in 2021 Latin Grammys), also jumped on the trending feud, posting on TikTok a video of her trying to keep up tiraeras.

https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/jhay-cortez-rauw-alejandro-feud-timeline-1235014491/ Timeline of controversy – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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