donde-estan-los-ladrones

anonymous asked:

Playlist: for when you're really feeling your latinx heritage and wanna dance by yourself in the house

Muevelo - Alexis & Fido

Latinoamerica - Calle 13

Atrevete-Te-Te - Calle 13

La Negra Tiene Tumbao - Celia Cruz

Limon Y Menta - Celia Cruz

Bajo La Luna - Celia Cruz

Cha-cha Guere - Celia Cruz

El Merengue - Celie Cruz

Mi Soncito - Celia Cruz

Poco a Poco - Celia Cruz

Dip It Low - Christina Millian

Gasolina - Daddy Yankee

Donde Es El Party - Daddy Yankee

Salio El Sol - Don Omar

Dile - Don Omar

Bailamos - Enrique Iglesias

Bailando - Enrigue Iglesias

Tonight (I’m Fuckin’ You) - Enrique Iglesias

Noche De Entierro - Flash 5

Esa Hembra Es Mala - Gloria Trevi (Yes, I dance to the Teresa theme song!)

Noche de Travesura - Hector “El Father”

Whine Up - Kat Deluna (the English and Spanish versions)

Culo - Lil Jon, Pitbull

Toma - Lil Jon, Pitbull

Despacito - Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee

L'Via L'Viaquez - The Mars Volta

Mas Maiz - NORE

Oye Mi Canto - NORE

Move Ya Body - Nina Sky

Turnin’ Me On - Nina Sky

No Puedo Mas - Pitbull, Yandel

Sexy Beaches - Pitbull, Chloe Angelides

Day Drinking - Pitbull

Wild Wild Love - Pitbull

Maldito Alcohol - Pitbull

Si Te Vas - Shakira

Donde Estan Los Ladrones - Shakira

Ojos Asi - Shakira

La Tortura - Shakira

Loba - Shakira

Rabiosa - Shakira, Pitbull

Tengo Un Amor - Toby Love

Rakata - Wisin Y Yandel

Noche de Sexo - Wisin Y Yandel

Get to know Shakira songs: Octavo Dia

Octavo Dia talks about God when he created the world, the eighth day he went for a walk to outer space and when he came back he found our world in an infernal mess. And he found that we were being controlled and manipulated by just a few leaders and that we were like pieces of a chess game. Not always do the governments represent their people. Not always do the governments make the right decisions, because the governments are controlled by just a few, and those few do not always represent faithfully the ideals of the people.”