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Listen To This: Party Time - Tropical Edition!

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This is THE PERFECT way to kick off our weekend!!!!!!!!

You must must MUST check out the super caliente song Inténtalo by 3BallMTY (above)!

You don't need to know Spanish to know this is some hot ish!!!!

Listen and try not to move your hips! We dare you!

Techno merengue!!!

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8 comments to “Listen To This: Party Time - Tropical Edition!”

  1. 1

    God that is fucking horrible.

  2. 2

    love it!

  3. luga says – reply to this


    This is Gross and Horrible, I live in Monterrey, Mexico and wee don't listen to this kind of music here, this type of music is considered tacky.

  4. 4

    This is TECHNO CUMBIA not TECHNO MERENGUE. The tropics include some areas of Mexico and Monterrey, where the group is from, is on the skirts and this beat doesn't personify the tropical genre necessarily …while I like the song it would do everyone justice to correct this label.

  5. 5

    JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS THIS IS THE MOST STUPID FKN SONG I'VE EVER HEARD. they play it on the radio where i live and i wish it would die.

  6. 6

    its not techno merengue nor techno cumbia, it is musica trival. love this song and all their other songs.

  7. roy says – reply to this


    this song is kind of cool… and it's original… it's great to see mexican genuine talent other than the usual "pop stars"… plus this is not "tacky" like someone said… people saying this is trash in here are just some wannabes, they feel so high of themselves they trash everything different… but at the end of the day they are either nobody or somebody's child… that's it…

  8. @v@ says – reply to this


    Tribal guarachero style — traditional Mexican genres meet electro beats.