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Music Video: Mojado

Artisit: Ricardo Arjona

  • Genre: Latin
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:59

  • Copyright: Ricardo Arjona

Music Video For Mojado By Artist Ricardo Arjona

Reviews For Mojado By Artist Ricardo Arjona

  • Touching

    By rjmercado
    This is beautiful and touching.
  • THE BEST!!

    By JJaramillo
    To electric bird ( electronic rockstar) I say to you the same thing you say to others...IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT GET THE F OUT OF HERE!! @ HOLE!
  • Worst Artist Ever!!

    By Electric Bird(electropop star)
    Never a fan, never will be. Never buy this!
  • One of the few songs

    By raulrey0
    This is one of the few songs that deal with a reality for millions of human beings. Compare this with California Gurls.
  • liked it

    By Megv dallas
    sad reality to immigrate illegaly to a foreign country because of the violence and crisis. love intocable, by the way!
  • Ricardo eres lo mejor

    By wyfa69
    Eres uno de los mejore canta-autores y me encanta como te importa el tema de immigracion
  • Powerful

    By Aura O
    Es poderoso en su mensaje, lo recomiendo. Exelente sonido y imagenes.

  • un admirador

    By El guille
    Ricardo arjona is one of the best interpreter of all time on the spanish music world ever

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