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Music Video: Run the Show (feat. Don Omar) [En Espanol]

Artisit: Kat Deluna

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:35

  • Copyright: Kat Deluna

Music Video For Run the Show (feat. Don Omar) [En Espanol] By Artist Kat Deluna

Reviews For Run the Show (feat. Don Omar) [En Espanol] By Artist Kat Deluna

  • best song ever

    By mz boricua
    i love this song i understood what she said even if i didnt i would luv it VIVA PUERTO RICO! =))
  • Coolio!

    By fudgicle3000
    this one is better than the english version! why must everything be better in spanish?
  • OK

    By Double King Brady
    AWSOME SONG! But ok video
  • Reggaeton Music is the best

    By lil-Shortie-5-2010
    this video is mucho gusto yo y ella or Kat yo entender yo oigo or oir kat yo know espanol do ustedes!
  • the best!!!

    By jcgood
    Kat DeLuna is awesome...This is one of her best songs because she will be the best of the best
  • AwSoM3

    By DCKING95
    This is a great song

    By UWO CON Grad
    I love this song and the video rocks! "whine up" was another fav by the ever talented Kat DeLuna!! SO WORTH THE MONEY!
  • Love this version

    By Heroes fan #1
    This version to the song is also really catchy. Her voice seems more powerful her, and its very good in spanish. Hope this song will be a hit- it deserves to be. click yes if you agree
  • Awesome

    By Brattichic
    I love this video. I think its a really fun video to watch
  • awsome

    By laxgirl96
    even though i have nooooo clue what kat is saying it's still wicked fun to listen to. great job kat!

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