(CNN Spanish) – “Don’t ask me not to try again to put things back where they belong,” Woose says in “Arráncamelo,” one of the anthems in Argentina during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The team led by Lionel Scaloni is just a few hours away from trying again for the World Cup back home. But before the team headed by Leo Messi takes to the field to face France, there is a young artist who played the World Cup in 2022.
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Like Messi, Valentin Oliva Monaco, or Who’s Who, he’s been “cracked” since he was young. He has come out of the freestyle underground of Buenos Aires, has competed, dazzled and won nationally and internationally in fights of this nature, and now tours Latin America with his band – Natasha Jurkovic (bass), Facundo ‘Iflay’ Yalf (guitar), and Fran Azurai ( keyboards) and Thomas Sainz (drums) -.
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They are all young, funky urban folk and orchestrated a style that blends rap with rock, and has touches of electronics, folk and percussion.
His freshness and irreverence are attractive to many, including Argentine players. Wos’ “Luz Delito” – a tributary tagline to Indio Solari, who ousted him several times – was chosen as the official celebration song for every Scaleneta goal in Qatar.
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After a year of exponential growth with tours in Argentina, Latin America and Spain, three Latin Grammy nominations and four Gardel Awards, and Gardel de Oro, as the youngest artist in history to win it, in October Wos starred on two dates before 60,000 people at the Argentinos Juniors Diego Armando Maradona stadium.
Now, as La Scaloneta, the young rapper will go on a dedication night Friday at the UNO Jorge Luis Hirschi stadium in Estudiantes de La Plata, with tickets sold out in front of 35,000 people.
An ideal scenario, in which Scaloni himself would previously play on the field, and where there will certainly be moments of cheering for the national team, as has become customary when the ceremony is held these days in the country. Then, on Sunday, Argentina will contest their third cup, the only one Messi is still without. The country is crossing its fingers and demanding, as in 1978 and 1986, with Diego Maradona, that “things go back to their place”.
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