Peruvian Pre-teen Girl Demands “Titties” and “Beer”

Two years ago, “DANNY PRODUCTIONS” uploaded a video to YouTube. In it, little Wendy Sulca sings a special song to all the people of Perú (in spanish). It now has nearly 4 MILLION hits. Badass Digest has subtitled it in English, and you’ll never be the same. Girl Talk what? Cee Lo who?

Peruvian Pre-teen Girl Demands “Titties” and “Beer”

Friends of the site and ultra-talented Spanish filmmakers Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes) and Eugenio Mira (Agnosia) alerted Tim League to this sensation that swept Latin America and Spain a couple of years ago. Tim gave me a single mission as a form of national public service: subtitle this genius to celebrate American Thanksgiving.

Guess what? We done saved Thanksgiving, ya’ll.

“La Tetita”/“The Titty”

In particular, the announcer (I’m assuming that’s “DANNY”) gets kinda…weird toward the end there.

Six months later, “DANNY PRODUCTIONS” uploaded Wendy’s newest hit single, which takes a more somber tone. She laments her lost love and the cure she longs for so desperately.

“Cerveza, Cerveza”/“Beer, Beer”

The high-pitched style of singing in both videos is called Huayño, and is totally a thing in Andean Perú.

Wendy has since started co-hosting her own show on actual TV along with a couple of other notable YouTube sensations, Peruvian songstress La Tigresa Del Oriente (The Tigress of the Orient) and Ecuadorian cowboy-ish singer Delfin Hasta El Fin, whose stage name is a play on words that doesn’t work in English.

If these videos end up being as popular as we think they will, there may be more to come. If you love Liiiiiiittle Wennnndy, spread the love this holiday weekend. You know you’ll be bored waiting in line for discount crap you don’t need anyway.

(Extra thanks to Danu and her magical video skills)

Moisés Chiullan's photo About the Author: Moisés comes to Badass Digest and the various Tim League brands after working in [redacted] and [redacted] as well as [redacted] for Apple. He likes all sorts of movies, believes cane sugar should be in all Dr. Peppers, and hasn’t met a Stephen Sondheim musical that he doesn’t like.
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