Cancion cifuentes no me voy

Cancion cifuentes no me voy

Hardest Button To Button (Official Music Video)

The second season of La voz Colombia, is the continuation of the first season of the musical talent show for broadcast in Colombia. The new edition was premiered on September 23, 2013 and in it appear as coaches the members of the first edition: Fanny Lu, Andrés Cepeda and Ricardo Montaner, with the exception of Carlos Vives, who left his position due to musical commitments; replacing him is the salsa singer Gilberto Santa Rosa. On June 13, 2013, Caracol Televisión channel started the online auditions for the new season,[3] which were open until Sunday, June 23, 2013. For this season, each of the 4 coaches has 26 contestants, who compete to win COL$ 300 000 000 and a contract with Universal Music.

The second season of the reality show La voz Colombia will premiere after Desafío África 2013: El origen ends. So far only three of the judges of the 2012 edition have confirmed their presence in the new edition: Fanny Lu, Andrés Cepeda and Ricardo Montaner, however Carlos Vives will not be able to be a judge of the new edition due to musical commitments.

Baila Mi Cumbia – Jimmy Fontanez, Media Right Productions

A fast-paced action thriller between Colombia, Miami and Madrid, infinite violence and sex that splashes the reader. A slap in the face of drug trafficking and FARC terrorism, a denunciation of kidnappings, a cry against domestic violence and in favor of sexual freedom among women. Balas de Carmín narrates the drama of the women and men kidnapped by the FARC, the Colombian narco-guerrilla. It is the story of a woman and her struggle against a tragic destiny in the mountains and streets of Colombia and, also, a novel of love. Of love between women immersed in a world of violence that threatens to devour them. Narcos, guerrillas and hitmen and a protagonist, Lany, who is a lesbian and will never hide it.

Betty boy – No te quiero odiar

Muchos en América Latina han oído hablar de este cantante, o al menos han visto sus vídeos en Internet. Desde el inicio de su carrera musical, Delfín Quishpe ha sido un rebelde en sus elecciones de moda y música. La canción que se hizo viral y lo hizo famoso dentro y fuera de Ecuador fue Torres Gemelas. En esta canción, Delfín cuenta la historia de su novia, que había viajado a Estados Unidos y luego murió en los atentados del 11 de septiembre de 2001. “¿Quién sabe la verdad? ¿Quién lo hizo y por qué lo hizo?”.  se pregunta Delfín en un momento del videoclip de la canción. Esas preguntas eran las que millones de personas contemplaban desde que se produjeron los hechos violentos, pero la canción le valió, sin embargo, una avalancha de burlas.

El 7% de la población de Ecuador es indígena, y Delfín, que es quechua de la zona de El Chimborazo, es probablemente uno de los mayores defensores de los grupos indígenas del país dentro del mundo de la música. Torres Gemelas, según cuenta el propio Delfín en el portal de noticias Vice, no tenía espacio en la radio ni en la televisión por ser el autor “pequeño y moreno”. Invirtió 1.500 dólares en la producción de su vídeo musical y un amigo le sugirió que probara la plataforma gratuita YouTube. Hoy, Torres Gemelas cuenta con 14.571.988 visualizaciones, y eso que ni siquiera es la versión oficial, sino una subida por un usuario de YouTube llamado Donmaco. En 2011, fue nominado como “Web Celebrity of the Year” por el canal de televisión MTV Latinoamérica, y en 2012 participó en la segunda emisión del YouFest, celebrado en Madrid.

John Eric – El Tembleque [Lyrics].

It was lucky Rosario lit a cigarette and took the first puff through her nose, like a brava. Filling up by moving. But El Yuyu had a craving to follow up with something else:See this mole on my arm? It’s a craving. This is where my mother, when she was pregnant with me, used to touch me with her finger saying “it will come soon, don’t worry”. Do you know why? Nobody knows. She wanted me to die. She was the first to kill me and I killed her later. It’s just that giving birth is well seen and killing your mother is frowned upon. No Jas involved.

The policemen looked at each other. Rosario felt like yawning and as she covered her fangs with her left fang, she showed an identical mole on her back. The policemen looked at each other again. They were trying to connect the dots. And God has it in his ass, she blurted out through her tobacco mouth to end the disarmament.If you have ears, listen. If you have vases, water them. I kill to live. El Yuyu! El Yuyu is coming!!!

There is no doubt: The Yuyu has been one of the slipperiest murderers of the last few decades. But there is violence, violins and ways to end the life of others, some are more direct and others… not so much. For El Yuyu, terror is just another emotion, death is an excuse and life, if you don’t live it killing, you are going to die living.To kill is to have good sex, but to be carried on shoulders triumphally, it is necessary to know how to disappear.