KAROL G continues to expand her musical horizons, rapidly conquering new territories and garnering eminent achievements for her career. Right after releasing her instant hit “SEJODIOTO,“ the multi-platinum superstar had captivating performances at one of the biggest music festivals in the U.S., Austin City Limits Music Festival, where she sang in front of thousands of people in attendance. She performed the last two weekends for the first time at the Honda Stage delivering two memorable shows where artists like Billie Eilish, Megan The Stallion and Miley Cyrus also were part of the line up.
During Sunday nights set Karol G’s fans were euphoric while holding up signs showing their support for the artist and singing along to the songs. The artist elevated the festival’s energy to a stratospheric level, taking attendees on a journey of her current most popular songs, as well as some of the most acclaimed hits from her repertoire, including “Mi Cama,” “Ahora Me Llama“ and “Ocean.“ KAROL G not only gave it her all singing on a futuristic stage illuminated with special effects, but she was also accompanied by dancers who performed complex choreographies. She undoubtedly dominated the stage delivering some of the festival’s most memorable performances.
Similarly, the artist had made a big impact with her first performance at the festival last weekend. With a set almost entirely in Spanish, KAROL G further asserted her spot as today’s most popular Latin female artist by having thousands of people dancing and singing the lyrics of her songs, including hits like “Ay, DiOs Mío!,” “El Makinon,” “Bichota,” “Tusa“ and a captivating acoustic version of “200 Copas.“ She also presented her English hit “Don’t Be Shy.“
Undoubtedly, all of KAROL G’s projects breaks barriers and impact massive audiences internationally. Her latest single “SEJODIOTO“ amassed more than 42.4 million combined streams across digital streaming platforms. Since last week it climbed 31 spots on the Billboard “Hot Latin Songs” chart, currently standing at #11. Meanwhile on Spotify, it peaked at #83 on the global “Top 200” chart and its music video ranked #20 on YouTube’s “Top Global Music Videos,” grossing over 22 million views.