Monday, October 18

C. Tangana and Nathy Peluso shoot ‘Ateo’ in the Cathedral of Toledo

The artists C. Tangana and Nathy Peluso have published their last joint song at midnight this Friday: ‘Atheist’. The video clip of the song was recorded during the month of September in different spaces of the Cathedral of Toledo, including the Chapter House, with images that are not leaving indifferent, especially taking into account the setting in which they were shot.


Among the sensual dances with which both interpret ‘Ateo’ you can see controversial scenes such as that of Nathy Peluso naked raising the decapitated head of C. Tangana as a trophy, or the Madrid artist holding the Argentine composer by the hair. Images that -until the writing of this article- already had more than 600,000 views on YouTube.

Precisely, the promotional cover on the music platforms is inspired by one of the wall paintings in the Chapter House. In it, a woman is held by her hair by a demon to prevent her salvation at the Last Judgment, which could have inspired the aforementioned action.

During the video clip, you can also see various scenes in which personalities appear such as the actor Brays Efe, the journalist Josep Pedrerol or the actress and presenter Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. Precisely, in a promotional video for the song, a television show hosted by Guillén Cuervo is parodied in which they speak of “controversial images” or of “provocation” that, in Pedrerol’s opinion, both artists seek to generate with this theme.

Toledodiario.es has tried to have an assessment of the publication of this issue by the Cabildo de la Catedral Primada, but it has not been possible to contact any of the ecclesiastical representatives. It should be remembered that, after the controversy generated by the removal of the promotional poster for Zahara’s concert in Toledo Last September, the Archdiocese of Toledo stated that “it is never tolerable that under the protection of a false freedom of expression, with mockery of our sacred realities, the religious feelings of thousands of citizens are seriously injured.”





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