The presentation of Airbag was one of the most anticipated at Cosquín Rock and the Sardelli brothers did not disappoint. In a show that lasted about an hour, the band sang all their hits and surprised by announcing a date at Luna Park.
However, the most exciting moment was when they asked those who knew how to play the guitar to raise their hands. Patricio Sardelli searched among the people and called Lautaro, who jumped over the fence, visibly excited.
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The band's show lasted about an hour. (Photo: Instagram/@motor_enfermo)
When he went up, he gave a heartfelt hug to the leader of Airbag, who handed him his guitar and invited him to play with them. The young man put on his Newell's t-shirt, slung his instrument and on the count of three, made the audience delirious.
For their part, Guido and Gastón Sardelli accompanied with another guitar and drums, while Patricio accompanied Lautaro. The people who witnessed the moment shouted, sang and resisted the man from Rosario, who could not believe the moment he was experiencing.
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“He took it,” said the Airbag leader once Lautaro's performance was over, and he returned the guitar to him and retreated to one side of the stage. However, before leaving, he approached a microphone and shouted: “Hold on Sumo, the c… of her mother.”
The rapper Dillom reverted the song Sr. Cobranza by Bersuit with a controversial phrase against Luis Caputo
During his presentation at Cosquín Rock, Dillom covered the hit Mr. Cobranza by 'Las Manos de Filippi', popularized by Bersuit Vergarabat, and changed one of his verses. The ragpicker targeted Luis “Toto” Caputo and replaced “Norma Plá has to kill Cavallo” with a controversial phrase against the current Minister of Economy.
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“I'm moving here, I'm moving there, they have to kill Caputo in the plaza,” was the verse that Dylan Masa sang on the North stage. In the original song, the band made a strong criticism of Carlos Menem's management, especially the Minister of Economy, Domingo Cavallo.
The 23-year-old singer, who was born in Once but raised in Colegiales, rose to fame in 2018. However, since 2015 he began musical work producing songs at FL Studio, in Barrio 31.
The singer strongly criticized the Minister of Economy. (Video: X/@gabrielsotelo93)