PESO PLUMA Siempre Pendientes Lyrics

PESO PLUMA Siempre Pendientes Lyrics

PESO PLUMA Siempre Pendientes Lyrics

[Letra de “Siempre Pendientes”]

[Verso 1: Peso Pluma & Luis R. Conriquez]
Siempre pendiente
Porque el gobierno es muy inteligente
Yo voy pa’l frente
Y atrás de mí se ve un manchón de gente
Traigo en las cachas orgullosamente
Mandan los jefes
Yo cuido el área, aquí nadie se mete

En una Urus me salgo a pasear
Diez camionetas se miran atrás
Cuido la plaza del señor Guzmán
Y al Piyi traigo de anillo de seguridad

[Interludio: Luis R. Conriquez & Peso Pluma]
Y puros corridos beliconеs
Y échele, Peso Pluma
Algo bello, compa Luis R

[Verso 2: Luis R. Conriquez & Peso Pluma]
Haciendo verdes
Con la bandera del Iván, y vienen
Varias Cheyennes
Siguen las órdenes del 09
Soy descendiente
Y con la tía, me vine a los trece
Fórjense plebes
Está tranquilo, dice el 27

En una Urus me salgo a pasear
Diez camionetas se miran atrás
Cuido la plaza del señor Guzmán
Y al Piyi traigo de anillo de seguridad

[Outro: Peso Pluma]
Pura doble P

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FAQ: Luis R. Conriquez and Peso Pluma’s “Siempre Pendientes”

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“Siempre Pendientes”: what is it about?

“Siempre Pendientes” is a song that explores themes of loyalty, alertness, and the life of a drug dealer, portraying the experiences of a member of the Sinaloa Cartel. It presents a story about being on high alert all the time because of government intelligence, and it presents the speaker as a leader or defender who is always in the lead with a throng of people following them.

Who are the “Siempre Pendientes” artists?

Mexican vocalists Peso Pluma and Luis R. Conriquez perform the tune. On August 15, 2022, Prajin Parlay, Kartel Music, and Worms Music published it. Roberto “Tito” Laija, Peso Pluma’s cousin, wrote the song.

What kind of music is “Siempre Pendientes”?

“Siempre Pendientes” is a song that draws inspiration from and is a derivative of the narcocorrido genre, a popular Mexican ballad that first appeared in the 1970s and 1980s. These Peso Pluma music are based on the exploits of actual drug traffickers.

Is there any dispute about “Siempre Pendientes”?

Indeed, the song’s adulation for Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán and his son Iván Archivaldo Guzmán Salazar in the song’s lyrics caused controversy once it was released. Peso Pluma received death threats in response to the song’s lyrics and the music video, which showed both performers brandishing firearms in a desert with a sizable entourage. As a result, he was forced to postpone his performance in Tijuana on October 14, 2023.

What does the song’s use of the letters “JGL” mean?

In the song, the initials “JGL” stand for Joaquín Guzmán Loera, also known as El Chapo, a renowned Mexican drug lord and former head of the Sinaloa Cartel.

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What is the song “Siempre Pendientes”‘ position in the charts?

Peaking at number 174 on the Billboard Global 200, number 9 in Mexico, number 11 on the US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, and number 27 on the US Hot Latin Songs, “Siempre Pendientes” has had considerable success. In Mexico, it holds a 4× Platinum certification, whereas in the US, it holds a 5× Platinum (Latin) certification.

How has “Siempre Pendientes” affected Peso Pluma’s professional life?

With its global appeal, the song has cemented Peso Pluma bio reputation as a prominent character in the corrido tumbado genre. Peso Pluma is still becoming well-known and respected throughout the world, even with all of the drama and threats surrounding his songs that have narcotics as their inspiration.

Exist any noteworthy renditions of “Siempre Pendientes”?

Peso Pluma has played “Siempre Pendientes” at a number of festivals and performances. But because of the controversy surrounding the song, several performances have resulted in heightened security and, occasionally, the cancelation of scheduled events.

About PESO PLUMA Siempre Pendientes Lyrics

TitleSiempre Pendientes
ArtistsPeso Pluma, Luis R. Conriquez
Release DateAugust 15, 2022
ThemesVigilance, loyalty, power, narco lifestyle
Key Lyrics“Siempre pendientes porque el gobierno es muy inteligente” – Always vigilant because the government is very smart
Symbols“Las cachas” – Gun handles, symbolizing being armed and dangerous
References“JGL” – Initials for Joaquín Guzmán Loera (El Chapo); “El señor Guzmán” – Joaquín Guzmán Loera; “Iván” – Iván Archivaldo Guzmán Salazar; “09” – Possibly a reference to a rank or code within the Sinaloa Cartel
ControversyThe song faced controversy for its lyrical content praising Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán and his son, leading to death threats against Peso Pluma
Music VideoDirected by César Acosta, featuring the artists with rifles in a desert; removed from YouTube due to outrage
Chart PerformancePeaked at various positions including #174 on Global 200 (Billboard), #9 in Mexico (Billboard)
Certifications4× Platinum in Mexico, 5× Platinum (Latin) in the United States
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