'Despacito' Lyrics Meaning is Slight Creepy But May Win Best Song of the Summer 2017

'Despacito' Lyrics Meaning is Slight Creepy But May Win Best Song of the Summer 2017

It’s almost certain everyone who heard Justin Bieber’s remix track has searched Despacito lyrics meaning in an aim to fully understand the Spanish song lyrics. Surprisingly, some fans find the translation slightly creepy. But since it’s undeniably a worldwide hit now, there is a great chance it will win Best Song of Summer 2017 at the Billboard Charts regardless of what the song means.

Everyone is used to singing along to hit songs on the radio, embracing the lyrics and eventually getting all the feels. However, there are some with lyrics we know nothing of yet we try our best to keep up to the tune. Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber’s remix is exactly that kind of song since most of the lines are sung in Spanish.

The original singer Luis Fonsi skyrocketed to fame following the release of Despacito. In April, Bieber decided to join the worldwide phenomenon and worked on a remix with Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. Not so surprisingly, their collaboration quickly climbed US music charts.

Despacito Lyrics Meaning Revealed and It’s Slightly Creepy

For the first time, the 23-year-old Canadian crooner sang a hit in the Spanish language. But did Bieber really know the Despacito lyrics meaning? Last month, the singer was bashed by many when he apparently improvised some of the words to the song. In a fan-shot clip, he was seen singing along to a recording of the hit track but once he reached the chorus, he started replacing the lines with his own version.

He repeated it mockingly before pointing the microphone to the audience for help. It was obvious Bieber himself did not memorize or know the Spanish lyrics by heart. Putting the drama aside, the song is continues to be a hit across the globe. For those who are wondering what the lyrics mean, a slightly creepy translation was revealed.

The word “despacito” translates to “slowly” in English, but this appears to be the only word many non-native speakers know. Even Bieber himself finds it challenging, yet knowing the real meaning of the lyrics will help everyone get the feel. The song is actually about having sex, but slowly – which means letting the romance take its time.

The chorus continues with, “I want to breathe your neck slowly/ Let me tell you things in your ears/ So that you remember when you’re not with me/ Slowly/ I want to strip you off with kisses slowly/ Sign the walls of your labrynth/ And make your whole body a manuscript/ Turn it up turn it up….. turn it up, turn it up”

You can watch the video below to know the English version.

Despacito may win Best Song of the Summer 2017!

Summer has not officially started yet in the United States and other countries in the Northern Hemisphere. However, it sounds like people have already heard Billboard‘s Best Song of the Summer 2017. Despacito is one of the top tracks in the world right now. In fact, some critics think it’d be the best fit to win the summer title.

Right now, Justin Bieber, Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s version is at the top of the list. It is still unknown if it will be hailed as the best among the rest, so everyone should wait for the official announcement. But before the declaration takes place, here’s a funny reaction from a Twitter follower after knowing the Despacito lyrics meaning. Read it below.


Thanks to Justin Bieber my girlfriend can now fluently say "slowly" in Spanish 24/7 #Despacito

— Gab Scanu (@gabscanu_) July 4, 2017