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Hoochie Coochie!! Gloria Estefan's The First Woman To Debut A Song Atop The Latin Billboard Charts!

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As if it wasn't already official, but Gloria Estefan is the baddest bitch on the latin music-making block!

Gurlfriend debuted her Hotel Nacional (Miss Little Havana) at #1 on the Latin Songs chart off Billboard!!!

That is impressive! And she's the first woman to do it too! So proud of you, Gloria. More than our typed words can describe.

Wanna hear what all the fuss is about? Pressssss palaAy!!!

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9 comments to “Hoochie Coochie!! Gloria Estefan's The First Woman To Debut A Song Atop The Latin Billboard Charts!”



  1. 1

    This is a rip off after 90% of the romanian music today . NOT COOL GLORIA , NOT COOL !



  2. 2

    What about Celia Cruz ??
    Her and Gloria went to High School together



  3. 3

    why I can't find the album on amazon? they are not selling it digitally??



  4. 4

    Who cares? Just like Madonna, she is irrelevant.



  5. 5

    Yeah if you sample a more popular song of course your song will do well. All the other songs I've heard off this album suck. And her live performances were terrible.



  6. 6

    And the funiest thing is that she can lough out loud to all those negative bitches overhere!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She made history, and not only with this but lots more! Negative people who like to bitch on the net daily, or just pick on an artist who is big dont have lives themselves!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get a life, live your own life, be more positive in life and it will get better with yourselves!!!!!



  7. 7

    AndreeaBuruiana: Are you serious?

    The dance obviously has an influence from 'The Charleston' which is is a dance named for the harbor city of Charleston, South Carolina. The rhythm was popularized in mainstream dance music in the United States by a 1923 tune called "The Charleston" by composer/pianist James P. Johnson

    Could it be possible that Gloria and producers were looking at that, rather than Romania's music? How arrogant that you think that the producers and writers plagiarised your country's music!

    Do your research please! Otherwise it's NOT COOL!

    And to ericmtl: How is Gloria irrelevant if this is making worldwide news for breaking chart records today?

    Congratulations Gloria!



  8. 8

    I'm so proud and happy for her!! I really love that song, hope it becomes a Top 40 hit



  9. 9

    I love Gloria's music and this cd in particular is "so good"!!