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Music Video: Despacito (feat. Daddy Yankee)

Artisit: Luis Fonsi

  • Genre: Pop in Spanish
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:42

  • Copyright: Luis Fonsi

Music Video For Despacito (feat. Daddy Yankee) By Artist Luis Fonsi

Reviews For Despacito (feat. Daddy Yankee) By Artist Luis Fonsi

  • Ripped Off

    By MontiTiki
    I really like this song. Everything about it. The video was inspired! I purchased the video from Apple iTunes. It is four minutes and forty seconds long. When playing it back I only get thirty seconds and it stops. Every time. This is either fraud or outright theft of services.
  • Awesome

    By christian lover 13
    One of the best songs ever!
  • Despacito

    I love this song daddy yankee really rules this song.
  • Can you make this song free for me my name is Sage hi Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee

    By Mommyof2reds
    Please make this song free for me daddy Yankee and the other person my name is Sage just please please make this free for me just for me
  • Love ❤️ is perfect!

    By Albquerque
    Is the person that you were kissing your wife? She is beautiful! 😍❤️ She deserves you! I love this music! My name is Emylli Stella Albuquerque

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