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Slowly, Slowly

Posted by Caribbean World Magazine on 27 March 2021 | 0 Comments

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27 March 2021

Despacito by Hausers mixes cello music with the energy of Reggaeton and Latin beats. 

The lyrics tell the story of a slowly unfolding flirtation in a "Despacito" as told by lead singer Luis Fonsi with additional vocals by Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber. Released in 2017, and remixed several times in Miami and Bogotá, the track blended an intoxicating mix of Reggaeton and Latin pop and captured hearts as it was performed in a smooth and romantic way that won fans from different musical genres, both Spanish speaking and non-Spanish speaking. The critics liked it too, and the track received rave reviews with "Despacito" topping the charts all over the world. Meaning “slowly, slowly” the song has a beautiful tempo of 89 bests per minute combined with a chord progression of Bm—G—D—A and a vocal span from F#3 to A4, which literally is music to our ears.

Croatian-born cellist Hauser is fond of “Despacito” and felt that aninstrumental version, with a cello taking the vocal lead, would be a welcome addition to his cheer-up repertoire, developed to lift moods and ease depression during the restrictions of the lockdowns of 2020-2021.  At Caribbean World we applaud Hauser for his extraordinary efforts to uplift the world through music! Never heard his music? The checkout Hauser’s rendition of Despacito here! It’s beautiful.