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Album: Ella Se Contradice (feat. Plan B) - Single

Artist: Baby Rasta y Gringo

  • Genre: Urbano latino
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Eme Music

Tracklist For Ella Se Contradice (feat. Plan B) - Single By Artist Baby Rasta y Gringo

Title Artist Time
1
Ella Se Contradice (feat. Plan Baby Rasta y Gringo & Plan B 4:16 USD 0.99

Reviews For Ella Se Contradice (feat. Plan B) - Single By Artist Baby Rasta y Gringo

  • The best

    5
    By Luis Sagastume
    This is their best song since they came back
  • Nothin

    5
    By Gjfhjkk
    This is a good song
  • Ella Se Contradice

    5
    By Madly In Love.
    please make it as a ringtone I'm dying to have it as a riiiiing.
  • I love this song but its something wrong with it

    5
    By HPS18
    The iTunes Team mistspell the song and the album's name it is "Ella Se Contradice" not "Ella Se Contrdice" pleace fix this
  • Lov iT

    5
    By MariaBelman
    Dis song is awesome!!!!...if u have gud taste in reggeaton u'll love diz one!!! ")
  • Bout time!!!

    5
    By KennyJesu
    This song is so hottt, perfect song to grind on chicks...
  • Finally

    5
    By AliciaLokita512
    I have been looking for this song everywhere for a long time...this is the best song Baby Rasta y Gringo have ever done. This is a classic, I can listen to this forever. I hope they keep moving in this direction and making more songs like this one.

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