The D.J., Villa Diamante, was spinning hip-hop and reggaetón, video graphics swirled faintly on a wall ... including a major revamping of the downtown area across the Puente de la Mujer— is complete, Puerto Madero will come into its own.
In between glamour shots and photo shoot scenes, Lopez can be seen dancing and having fun in the video’s island setting with Cuban reggaeton group Gente de ... una Mujer,” was released in 2007 and was also produced by Anthony. Watch the music video.
cubierto de polvo y con sangre en la cara y la ropa. La foto y el video de Omran, tomados después de que su casa fue golpeada en un ataque aéreo fueron publicados en todo el mundo, convirtiéndolo en el rostro ensangrentado de los niños de Aleppo.
Ten years later, Daddy Yankee gives us the track-by-track of his ... “Golpe de Estado”: “It’s all about how I took total control over the movement with Barrio Fino. “ “Dos Mujeres (Two Women)”: “A humorous reggaeton that describes how.
Listen to ‘Ni Tu Ni Yo’ featuring Gente de Zona here! Jennifer Lopez, 47, just dropped another Spanish-language song, and it might just be our favorite one yet. “Ni Tu Ni Yo” is a collaboration with Cuban reggaeton group Gente De Zona, and we have.
As Spotify grew from 10 million users in May 2014 to 140 million users in June 2017, the reggaeton genre’s share of all Spotify listening grew 119 percent. By comparison, pop’s share increased 13 percent over the same period, and country music’s.
Warning: The videos discussed in this article ... ver volverse un poco loca en "Atrévete-te-te.". A pesar de su amor por Green Day, afirma, en algún rincón de su ser existe una fanática del reggaeton: "Yo sé que a tí te gusta el punk rock latino.
following 2007's "Como Ama Una Mujer," which Anthony co-produced. Anthony also appeared in the super sexy music video for Lopez's first single, "Ni Tu Ni Yo," which features Cuban reggaeton group, Gente De Zona. WATCH: Jennifer Lopez Releases Super Sexy.
Carlos Vives’ songs are ebullient anthems that fill stadiums with the sounds of Colombia’s most characteristic and sacred rhythms remixed and blended with pop music, rock ’n’ roll and even — thanks to his compatriot Shakira — reggaeton.