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Un Poco Loco (Sped-Up) refers to a sped-up version of the song "Un Poco Loco" from the Disney/Pixar movie Coco, which grew popular on TikTok in November 2022. The original sound was used over 283,300 times and the hashtag #unpocoloco earned 347.6M views on the platform as of December 2022.
The line comes from the song "Un Poco Loco" by Anthony Gonzalez and Gael García Bernal in the Disney/Pixar movie Coco. The line "You make me un poco loco" began to trend after a sped-up version was uploaded on the platform on May 14th, 2022, by @bestspedup. The TikTok received over 363,200 likes and 10,700 shares in seven months (seen below). Since then, the sound has accumulated 310,600 videos on TikTok and the hashtag #unpocoloco has 347.6M views on the platform.
On TikTok, the trend surrounding the song consists of jokes about relationships and absurd imagined conversations, as "un poco loco" means "a little crazy" in Spanish. "You make me un poco loco" can also be translated into "you drive me a little crazy." For example, TikToks by @ray_kenley and lauracasquerooo888, seen below, showcase some of the uses of the audio, both referring to their reactions to relationship drama. Posted on November 30th, 2022, the first earned 2.6 million views in ten days, while the latter, posted on December 2nd, earned 419,600.
The audio has also seen use for a trend in which people express their rage at blank responses to questions like "I ask what did you say? He answers: never mind." For example, a TikTok by @ninathehuman_, posted on November 30th, garnered 3.8 million views and 709,600 likes in two weeks.
@ninathehuman_ I’m just deaf give me a chance #unpocoloco #fyp #relatable #whatdidyousay ♬ original sound – bestspedup
Prior to the sped-up viral trend on TikTok, the music was already used as a meme for the Roblox Poco loco egg in December 2017. People recorded their game characters running in a circle with a sombrero on their heads to the song "Un Poco Loco."
As the sped-up version of the song grew popular, a new meme was created in October 2022, referring to image macros of photoshopped cats (including El Gato), each one captioned with lyrics from the song.
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