Enrique Bunbury Interview

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Enrique Bunbury is a Spanish rock legend, and yet if you passed him on a busy street in the United States, there are some who wouldn’t recognize him. With a career that spans three decades, Bunbury made a name for himself as the frontman of Heroes del Silencio in the mid 80s. The group was one of the pillars of the “Rock en Español” movement along with other big names like Soda Stereo and Fabulosos Cadillacs. In the late 90s Bunbury embarked on a solo career to explore different expressions of his music.

His solo career has fused his signature electric guitar with diverse styles and genres, from cabaret and ballads to tropical rhythms. His 10th studio album, which will be released soon, takes a plunge into electronic music. Titled Posible, the album delivers some of his most intimate lyrics and inspirations to date. Bunbury said as much in a letter addressed to his fans, which he posted on his website. In it, he declared that Posible is his most personal album yet, and expressed the hope that his followers will listen with an open mind and be pleasantly surprised.

Bunbury has spent most of his career on the road bringing his eclectic act to some of the most remote parts of the country and the world—playing in both arenas and small nightclubs. In this new addition to our “Portrait Of” series, Maria Hinojosa sits down with the rock star to learn about his rise to the top, his love-hate relationship with touring, what keeps him going after all these years, and his new album.

On behalf of ALL generations, we’re 100 percent sure that’s not your case, Sr. RELATED: Here’s why Pepe Aguilar’s collaboration with Los Bunkers will rock! Enrique Bunbury’s “MTV Unplugged” is set to air on MTV Latin America on Nov. 26, and will include as-yet-unannounced guests. In the interview, the musician also talks about the theories that affirm that Bill Gates wants to introduce nano-chips to control the entire world population through vaccines. The journalist questions Bunbury about whether he would accept a vaccine that introduces a microchip under the skin, to which he replies: 'No, and I have no doubts about it because I am a totally healthy person who does not have the need to.

Featured photo by Miguel Macias.

Fans on Twitter are convinced Vlad is responsible for Casanova’s current legal plight because of a particular tweet that was fired off on Monday night (December 7).

The Twitter post featured a YouTube video from Hip Hop Media Uncensored which implicates the FBI pulled information from VladTV interviews (despite the indictment making no such mention of VladTV). Hip Hop News Uncensored reports the feds have been watching Casanova since 2010, meaning they would’ve had plenty of time to dig into Casanova’s media appearances.

People familiar with VladTV are sometimes suspicious of not only his interview style but also the specific questions he asks about his subject’s criminal activity.

BREAKING: The FBI Admits To Using These Vlad Interviews To Indict Casanova https://t.co/crFVhyHrE7


— 🔮 (@amakabot) December 8, 2020

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The information used in the YouTube video comes from the initial indictment that was unsealed in White Plains Federal Court on Tuesday. Eighteen Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation gang members, including Casanova, stand accused of crimes ranging from murder and assault to narcotics trafficking.

Assistant US Attorney Shiva Logarajah wrote, “Using his public platform, he [Casanova] has amplified the message of the gang — both through his music and his social media profiles.”

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InnerCityPress, the outlet that meticulously covered Tekashi 6ix9ine’s racketeering trial on Twitter, confirmed information Casanova supplied during his interviews, presumably with Vlad, was used in the indictment. However, as mentioned earlier, there is no mention of VladTV in the Indictment.

“In public interviews, he has admitted to stabbing inmates while incarcerated on those charges,” a tweet reads. “And the Government has recovered photos from his iCloud account of several firearms, demonstrating his continued access to weapons. In addition to publicly promoting the gang and glorifying its activities, Senior [who was also indicted] is also a drug supplier for Gorilla Stone.”

Vlad is currently a trending Twitter topic but it’s not the first time this year. In September, Royce Da 5’9 called Vlad out for disrespecting Minister Louis Farrakhan and Twitter wanted him canceled then too. The Cool Kids’ Chuck Inglish, media personality Scottie Beam and journalist Bruce Coleridge-Taylor Wright are among the many joining the war.

Check out some of the reactions below.

I knew Vlad interviews were Sus when i noticed i was talking to a Laptop.

the nigga wasn’t even in the room.

He conducts that shit from a secret location. You never see his face.

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The drumset is a decoy.

— CHUCK INGLISH (@Chuckisdope) December 8, 2020

Please stop going to Vlad.

— Ivy Park Beam (@ScottieBeam) December 8, 2020

Don’t just stop watching Vlad, stop fucking with content like that entirely.

All it does is make a proof of concept and spawn more shit like that.

— brandon / jinx / big jinx (@brandonjinx) December 9, 2020

it should be tho

— Open Mike Eagle (@Mike_Eagle) December 9, 2020

MF DOOM is a prophet who didn't have to be interviewed by Vlad for his fans to know about:

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Rap snitches, telling all their business
Sit in the court and be their own star witness
Do you see the perpetrator? Yeah, I'm right here
Fuck around, get the whole label sent up for years pic.twitter.com/C26r5BT8gO

— Bruce Coleridge-Taylor Wright (@bctw) December 8, 2020

Vlad is the #1 trending topic in America after fans argue if rappers self snitch in interviews or if VLAD is getting rappers caught up. pic.twitter.com/jwvxHRp2B4

— Saycheese TV 👄🧀 (@SaycheeseDGTL) December 8, 2020

The FBI reportedly used social media and Casanova’s past DJ Vlad interviews to help indict the rapper on RICO charges. pic.twitter.com/iUUm4o9jzR

— My Mixtapez (@mymixtapez) December 8, 2020

My nigga @Tsu_Surf tried to tell niggas about Vlad .. it's obvious what type of person Vlad is pic.twitter.com/iFsIgrYEAj

— Hipsey Nussle🏁😤 (@swaggy_rique) December 8, 2020

Only nigga Vlad could not put in jail was Peewee Longway. He denied everything to #vlad😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/qvfmucdkLO

— Roger (@roger43105730) December 8, 2020

DJ Vlad in every interview 😭😂😂 pic.twitter.com/qXLt1bQ9wC

— Sandman (@SandmanSama) December 8, 2020

Vlad done took more n!ggas down than the Feds. . . pic.twitter.com/Te3m19RbKo

— Vada_Fly (@Vada_Fly) December 8, 2020

The black community BEEN cancelled #vlad yall late 🤦🏾‍♀️ we traded him for #jonb remember? pic.twitter.com/9RwpWqKgKM

— A.jones (@MrMoneybagsWife) December 8, 2020

Cancel vlad !! Fuck him

— Ant (@antloyal_) December 8, 2020

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Dj Vlad Been A Cop 😤 #vladpic.twitter.com/mKn7n7c1sZ

— Lil Primo (@wessidelilprimo) December 8, 2020

Lil Baby picked up them fed vibes from DJ Vlad instantly lmfao pic.twitter.com/ivOqWb1pBK

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— BOGUS (@COOASSMEECHlE) December 8, 2020