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.
After the outburst against the head of the Treasury Palace, Dillom was a trend on social networks.
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Lali Espósito changed the lyrics of a song to respond to criticism: “I live off the State”
Lali Espósito performed at Cosquín Rock 2024 and shone on the Montaña stage with her show. The most shocking moment of the night was when the artist changed the lyrics of Who They Are, a hit that features Moria Casán, to respond to the accusations of President Javier Milei, who maintained that she received a fortune from the government of La Rioja.
In one part of the song, the actress said: “If I smoke, if I live, if I say, if I drink, if I live off the State.”
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It is worth noting that before the show there were chants against the head of state, who criticized Espósito on several occasions. “He who doesn't jump voted for Milei” and “Milei, trash, you are the dictatorship,” were the ones that attracted the most attention.
Lali Espósito at Cosquín Rock (Capture from Star+)