Ángela Aguilar and Yuridia accused of plagiarizing Adele’s single

Ángela Aguilar and Yuridia accused of plagiarizing Adele’s song. Instagram Special

It all arose when a user in TikTok He dared to publish a video in which he compares the song of the Mexicans with that of Adele “Rolling in the deep”, content that unleashed a wave of criticism, the majority in defense of the interpreters of What agony.

It was on October 20 when Ángela Aguilar and Yuridia released “Qué agony”, a single that reached 74 million views on YouTube and 59 million plays on Spotify, a success that is now plagiarism victim. In the video the chords coincide a little, but nothing more.

One aspect that some noted TikTok usersdefending the Mexicans at all times, “rather they sing with the same technique that Adele is using, because I think the music is not the same”, “they will have a minimal comparison, but neither the lyrics nor the chords are alike”.

Neither Angela Aguilar nor Yuridia They have spoken about this rumor, we have to wait for the days to pass to see how the matter develops, since if it reaches older and turns out to be true, it would be a hard blow for both artists.

The history of Rolling in the deep

Rolling in the deep is part of the second studio album by Adele “21” and was released in 2011. This song reached number one in twelve countries and was even part of the “Hot 100 Billboard”, it also won three awards at the Grammys.

Ángela Aguilar admitted having worked on Qué agony

One of the things that stands out is that during a interview that the singer gave before releasing this single, mentioned that it was a piece that she and her team had worked on with great dedication, despite this it is in the eye of the hurricane.

We hope this situation is clarified or forgotten like many others. For the moment Ángela Aguilar has concentrated on enjoying these December’s holidays with his family, like Yuridia, already entering the year to start with his presentations.

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