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Album: Stuck On a Feeling (Spanish Version) [feat. J Balvin] - Single

Artist: Prince Royce

  • Genre: Pop Latino
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2015 Sony Music Entertainment US Latin LLC

Tracklist For Stuck On a Feeling (Spanish Version) [feat. J Balvin] - Single By Artist Prince Royce

Title Artist Time
Stuck On a Feeling (Spanish Ve Prince Royce 3:30 USD 1.29

Reviews For Stuck On a Feeling (Spanish Version) [feat. J Balvin] - Single By Artist Prince Royce

  • No Sir...

    By SHAKE N' BAKE...
    This track is jacked from "112 - Peaches & Cream”….P. Diddy better come get his Royalties from this lil' Prince…lol...
  • Amazing

    By lairhz
    J Balvin 😄
  • Like the regular version better

    By Shrun21
    Not as good
  • No Bueno!!!

    By Medrog
    Just horrible!
  • Mostly the same

    By Bunnybelle the Fat Cat
    This song is mostly like the original one but the beat is a little different too. There isn't much Spanish in it, mostly English. I preferred the beat of the original. This could've been done better.
  • Great!

    By RBD-fan#1
    Overall a good recording and calibration but it is different tho :)
  • I love it 😍

    By Jean Karla
    Me encantaaaa 😍😍😍 todo lo haces perfecto Royce, mi apoyo y admiración desde Bolivia
  • love the song

    By Jen199308
    beautiful song, like always Price royce , J Balvin . the best ...
  • Loveeee

    By Eneida123
    This version is so much better than the English version I love it!!!!!

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