What is The Ketchup Song talking about?

What is The Ketchup Song talking about?

“The Ketchup Song” is about a young man named Diego who enters a nightclub. The DJ, a friend of Diego’s, plays Diego’s favorite song, “Rapper’s Delight” by the Sugarhill Gang, and Diego dances and sings along to the song, imitating its chorus with Spanish gibberish.

Why is The Ketchup Song called that?

The group is made up of Pilar, Lola, and Lucia Munoz – three sisters from the Andalusia region of Spain. They took their name in honor of their father, a flamenco guitarist known as “El Tomate.” “The Ketchup Song” was a huge international hit.

Why is The Ketchup Song The Devil’s song?

The theory goes that in Spanish, ‘a’ means ‘to’, ‘ser’ means ‘be’, and ‘ereje’ means ‘heretical’, so the title of the song could mean ‘to be heretical’, or in opposition of the church. Satan-haters interpret these lyrics to signify the devil dancing around the corner.

Who sang Las Ketchup Song?

Las Ketchup
The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)/Artists

What country is Las Ketchup from?

Córdoba, Spain
Las Ketchup/Origin

What ever happened to Las Ketchup?

They achieved worldwide fame with their 2002 hit The Ketchup Song, which sold over seven million copies. But as the group struggled to emulate the success of their first hit, they sank into obscurity, cementing their position as one of the biggest one-hit wonders the world has ever seen.

Where is Las Ketchup from?

Are Las Ketchup sisters?

The group, which consists of sisters Lucía, Lola, and Pilar Muñoz (later to be joined by a fourth sister Rocío), is best known for the 2002 hit single, “The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)”, a single that sold over 7 million copies worldwide.

How old is asereje?

‘The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)’ was the stunning debut single by Spanish pop group Las Ketchup, taken from their debut studio album Hijas del Tomate (2002). The band seemed primed and ready to be one-hit-wonders, with all their tomato themed imagery lining up perfectly.