Less than two months after its release, the world has watched Adele's "Hello" music video nearly 600 million times on YouTube -- and it's likely they've also seen half as many covers of the singer's record-breaking hit single on the site.
But former "American Idol" contestant Karen Rodriguez has somehow managed to give the single a fresh twist by adapting the first half of the song into Spanish. The singer recorded a performance of her Spanglish version of the song at New York City's Premier Studios and posted it on YouTube on Tuesday.
There have been quite a few Spanish renditions of Adele's "Hello" -- including Chilean brother and sister duo Kevin Karla & La Banda's fully orchestrated version which has over 1 million views -- but powerful bilingual versions continue to be rare.
Not to mention, Rodriguez seems to have a knack for translating hit songs in both languages. The artist previously adapted Drake's "Hotline Bling" into Spanglish and Enrique Iglesias' "El Perdón" into English.
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