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Album: Solo Quiero (Somebody To Love) [From Songland] - Single

Artist: Leona Lewis, Cali y El Dandee & Juan Magán

  • Genre: Pop Latino
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: Aftercluv; ℗ 2019 Cabaletta Limited, Under Exclusive License To UMG Recordings Inc.

Tracklist For Solo Quiero (Somebody To Love) [From Songland] - Single By Artist Leona Lewis, Cali y El Dandee & Juan Magán

Title Artist Time
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Solo Quiero (Somebody To Love) Leona Lewis, Cali y El Dandee & Juan Magán 2:52 USD 1.29

Reviews For Solo Quiero (Somebody To Love) [From Songland] - Single By Artist Leona Lewis, Cali y El Dandee & Juan Magán

  • Wonderful

    5
    By bklynwoman
    Love the song!!!
  • Yes!

    5
    By Que_pasa07
    Love this!
  • Disappointed

    1
    By Fergie7
    What is this crap! I love Leona. And I was looking forward to purchasing whatever song she picked. But after I heard this. No thanks. I love Spanish music too. But this is just horrible. I want power house voice Leona back!!!
  • AMA—-zing!

    5
    By ShamirM
    Love the beat! Ryan Tedder is genius!
  • Leona Lewis, taking over the Latino world

    5
    By NessArd
    Seriously, Leona needs to release a new album. This song is amazing! Great lyrics, beat is catchy and danceable. It’s clear that she is beyond excellence and quality. Please avoid reggaetón.
  • I’m obsessed!!

    5
    By KimoraG
    I love this song!!! Can’t stop playing on repeat!! Makes me so happy!!
  • My summer anthem of 2019

    5
    By WhyMyNameWasTaken
    Those who were waiting for another “a lot of pain inside, need to get it out” type of song may be disappointed. I’ve never expected Leona would pick a Spanish song with Moombahton beats! She’s trying something new for her and I LOVE it. This is bound to be my summer jam!
  • Amazing!

    5
    By NeverALiar
    Leona will always be a queen
  • Can’t get enough of it!!!

    5
    By Annaid Perez
    I can’t get enough of this song!!!!! Congrats to Rozee!!! Also, can’t get enough of Ryan! Such a talented guy!! He truly has a passion for music and it shows. Last but not least Leona Lewis you are awesome!!! Love hearing you in a upbeat song. Brilliant and talented musicians!!!! Forever fan!
  • Shame

    1
    By ChicagoJay
    The other two songs that were in contention for Leona to record from Songland were way better. This is hot garbage.

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