When Columbian pop sensation Shakira wanted to burn her unfaithful ex-boyfriend after she split from the football superstar Gerard Pique, in 2022, she turned to high quality Rolex replica watches for inspiration.
In the the Spanish lyrics to the revenge track Out of Your League, the 46-year-old singer hit out at the relationship Mr Pique had started with a public relations executive half her age with the zinger: “I’m worth two 22-year-olds. You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo. You traded best UK fake Rolex watches for a Casio”.
Shakira is not alone in turning to iconic and aspirational brands to get their point across.
According to a study by British luxury department store Fenwick, perfect replica Rolex watches and other prestige watch and jewelry brands are commonplace in the lyrics of pop starts, rappers and other artists.
“For as long as music has been prominent in pop culture, artists have been referencing brands in their lyrics,” Fenwick says.
But which top end brands turn up most in chart-topping tunes?
According to Fenwick Luxury jewellery and watch brands feature in a total of 2,341 songs, with Swiss made Rolex copy watches, Cartier and Tiffany in the top 3 within the category.
In Ariana Grande’s songs “7 Rings” and “Side to Side” the artist includes Tiffany & Co, in her lyrics.
Mabel also featured cheap Rolex replica watches in her UK top 20 charting song “Let Them Know”.
In 2021 Beyoncé was announced as the face of Tiffany & Co. and has since mentioned the brand in her songs “Alien Superstar” and “Heated” showing her commitment to the brand.
Her husband, Jay-Z lit up social media in 2021 when he was pictured wearing a Tiffany Blue dialed Patek Philippe Nautilus.
Among all brands tracked in the study, not just watches and jewellery, 1:1 online Rolex fake watches is registered as the third most influential luxury brand in music with 1,381 mentions, beaten only by Louis Vuitton and Gucci.
Notoriously mentioned in hip-hop and rap music, Rolex super clone watches for sale has been included lyrics from Drake, Future, J. Cole, A$AP Rocky, Kanye West and Jay-Z.