La Factoría is still plagiarized by Britney Spears: tiktoker

TikTok it has become a place of diverse content, where there are not only viral videos of extraordinary things, but also content creators who point out some trivia they find.

One of them was provided by Tavo Arraya (@tavoarraya)who usually compares some songs that are similar, samples and even possible plagiarism.

One of them, and that recently went viral, is that of the famous reggaeton song ‘Still’ performed by the successful Panamanian group La Factoría, in which Joyce Mendoza appears as the only composer.

I still remember you,

I still feel that you are next to me.

Neither time nor space

They could erase what you made me dream“, the famous theme is heard in the early 2000s.

However, shortly after he puts on the song called ‘From the bottom of my broken heart‘ of the famous ‘Princess of Pop’, which has a much slower rhythm, which increases and nWe realize the similar metric they have. However, it appears to be the same song when the tempo of this one increases.

From the bottom of my broken heart

There’s just a thing or two I’d like you to know

You were my first love, you were my true love

From the first kisses to the very last rose“says Spears’ song while on the screen the tiktoker writes” where it really comes from “.

With almost 570,000 views, the video went viral on the platform, with almost 50,000 likes and just over 1,200 comments; however, and despite the comparison, users assured that they preferred the version of La Factoría.

“Likewise, I stay a thousand times with La Factoría”, “I love Factoria, what’s more, I’ll go listen to it right now”, “As Chombo said: it’s not about who did it first, it’s about who did it better , and in this case it was La Factoría”, “I didn’t know, but personally I prefer La Factoría… iconic”, say some comments.

Some other users admitted to having known this information before, but one in particular accepts his liking for both: “ABefore I knew the lyrics of the original song, now I forgot. Mand like both versions“, write.

Instead, there were those who took advantage to bring out the pop music industry. In this sense, a user comments sarcastically: “Label: how do we make a commercial song even more commercial?


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La Factoría is still plagiarized by Britney Spears: tiktoker