Definition of Feka
Word used to refer to those people considered liars, with false appearances and whose manifestations are not consistent with reality.
In music, to be feka is to lack your own identity, to adopt cultures or customs only for fashion, to show off or want others to like you.
Translated from the Hungarian language it is “black”, that is, it designates a color tone that can be used in various areas of life.
SYNONYMS FOR FEKA
- You liar
- Without identity
ANTONYMS FOR FEKA
ORIGIN OF FEKA
Feka is a term from the English fake which in Spanish means “false”. It is a word considered as a deformation or adaptation to give a similar meaning in the Spanish language. This deformation was coined by Puerto Rican rappers who began using the word in the 90s.
In urban genres, feka is a word that tends to be repetitive. With this term, those considered traitors, false and liars who claim to have been trained in “the street” but whose origin comes from more privileged places are pointed out.
CURIOSITIES OF FEKA
The American singer of Puerto Rican descent “De la Ghetto” released his collaborative album entitled “Los Chulitos” in 2020, it includes 18 songs, including ” Feka “, which he performs with El Alfa and Miky Woodz.