Maná is one of the most popular Mexican rock bands in Spanish and has a great acceptance among the public because with several songs he has managed to conquer different generations who consider his songs as anthems essential in different parties.
There are several hits in Maná’s repertoire that have become favorites of his thousands of fans, including “Treacherous butterfly”, “Hey my love”, “Nailed in a bar” and “Rayando el sol”. Songs that have become iconic among their fans that keep the band alive, but today we are going to tell you about a song that has dark messages.
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It’s about his song “Oye mi amor” which is one of his biggest hits in his career, which they accuse of normalizing harassment because he mentions from the start that he still wants the person he likes and from her dreamed the fact that she has a cold and boring boyfriend and he asks her not to say anything and to join their bodies as he wants with her half everything and nothing.
What other song is Maná’s controversy?
Another controversial song that the rock band known as ¿ has is their theme song “Let me in”, the song was written by Fher Olvera, the band’s singer and leader, when he mentions that he wants to join the pool of in his eyes and in the puddle of her navel, said song was released after “Hey my love”.