The song "Bye" by Peso Pluma is about a breakup and the process of moving on. The lyrics express the singer's desire to forget about their past relationship and the pain that came with it. The chorus repeats the word "bye" as a way of saying goodbye to their former partner and acknowledging that they are better off apart. The verses also touch on the idea of finding distractions and new love interests to help cope with the breakup. Overall, the song conveys a sense of acceptance and closure after a difficult breakup.
Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija, professionally known as Peso Pluma, is a Mexican rapper, musician, and singer. Born on June 15, 1999, in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico, Peso Pluma learned to play the guitar during his teenage years and began writing songs inspired by regional Mexican music. He gained moderate success with his first two studio albums, "Ah y Qué?" (2020) and "Efectos Secundarios" (2021). However, it was his collaboration with Raul Vega on the song "El Belicón" in 2022 that catapulted him to stardom. The song sold 480,000 units and achieved 8× Platinum certification by the RIAA. Peso Pluma's musical style is characterized by corridos tumbados, a fusion of corridos with elements of urban music, trap, and reggaeton. He is considered a major contributor to the revival of the Corridos genre. With his crossover appeal, Peso Pluma is the most streamed artist in Mexico and has achieved multiple chart-topping hits, including collaborations with Natanael Cano and Eslabon Armado.