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Seems that in developed Western Europe, black and latino dudes kill it.
In Latin America, Asia, and Africa, white dudes kill it. WIA Interestingly enough, I have a friend of Ecuadorian descent who at 5 foot 6 inches apparently did very well in Spain. Kid is packed with game of all sorts though as he has a history of solid notches back at home in North Texas as well where we live.
The song also dethrones Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," featuring Justin Bieber, as the top Latin music hit in the U. The new remix of "Mi Gente" finds even Beyonce singing in Spanish.
The Bieber remix of "Despacito" begins with a verse of him singing in English, before the song segues to almost entirely Spanish the rest of the way.
The one benefit of going to Spain is your travel options to different cities/countries via Easyjet or Ryan Air. If I was to choose BA I would be studying at an American university (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Buenos Aires). I'm going to assume you're brown with dark hair/eyes like me and not light with bright eyes. I haven't been to any of these places so remember that. Colombia if your Spanish and game is good Maybe Paraguay Poland Croatia Finland Sweden 2nd tier cities in France - Montpellier/Aix en Provence/Toulouse etc.
If I was to go to Spain, it would be in Madrid to an American university also, cannot think of the name off the top of my head. Student towns, not Paris Germany (is a dating site for German girls looking for Latin guys) Romania Czech Republic Maybe Australia Slovenia Minneapolis lol Philippines Finland Estonia Lithuania Maybe you should add on to this thread...
Where in the world do Latino guys get the best reception?
I was planning to do a study abroad program to Madrid, Spain or Buenos Aires, Argentina, but after reading some posts here about women in those countries now i'm not so sure.
Reality is guys that a Latino guy will receive a far much different reception (good or not) from women than a white guy worldwide.Looking ahead, should "Mi Gente" top the Hot 100, it would mark the first time that two Spanish-language songs ruled in the same year in Hot 100 history.Meanwhile, two predominantly non-English-language songs haven't reigned in the same year since 1963, as, 54 years ago, Kyu Sakamoto's "Sukiyaki" led for three weeks and The Singing Nun's "Dominique" ruled for four.The concurrent Latin hits in the Hot 100' top 10 this week are the latest evidence of Latin music's domination in 2017.So far this year, 11 predominantly Spanish-language songs have debuted on the Hot 100, compared to just two in 2016 (Carlos Vives and Shakira's "La Bicicleta" and Nicky Jam's "With You "/"Hasta El Amanecer"); five bowed in 2015.