"I don’t have a problem doing one or two songs [in English],” Santos tells Billboard. When I go into [the English-language] world now I have to depend on writers and producers.So, in that world, I don’t know if I’m capable of functioning and connecting the same way."His Son Although Santos bought a house for son Alex, now 14, and his mother (Santos' ex-girlfriend), he keeps them out of the public eye.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
The Canadian Bieber, who has scarcely a scintilla of Latin heritage, sings and harmonizes in Spanish for the rest of the song, a first for him.Now, following the Berry-Martinez divorce announcement, he’s come out swinging on social media. But a source close to Benét says the singer was unfairly maligned.He is particularly incensed that Berry — who has spoken openly of being in an abusive relationship in which she was hit so hard that she lost 80 percent of her hearing in one ear — never made it clear to the public that he wasn’t her abuser. “He has always been painted as the villain — the sex addict who broke Halle’s heart,” the insider says.1 at all—the song on top right now, which is largely in Spanish.That would be “Despacito,” by Latin music veterans Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, in a remix featuring the biggest male pop singer of the 2010s, Justin Bieber.