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Music Video: Como Tú No Hay 2 (feat. Yotuel)

Artisit: Beatriz Luengo

  • Genre: Latin
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:30

  • Copyright: Beatriz Luengo

Music Video For Como Tú No Hay 2 (feat. Yotuel) By Artist Beatriz Luengo

Reviews For Como Tú No Hay 2 (feat. Yotuel) By Artist Beatriz Luengo

  • Well...

    By L-grizzle
    It's a hot girl and it's free, so what more could I ask for?
  • Puente!!!

    By GamblingShike
    Awesome baby!!!
  • Boring

    By Toasty Balloons
    The song is repetitive and boring.I hear this sleepy musical crap in English way too often, so hearing it in Spanish isn't that different. Another pretty girl with an ok voice? No thanks.
  • I lik it

    By JustinBieberFatFreeMilk
    I can't speck Spanish but who cares
  • NICE

    By BDub4Eva
    I do not know spanish but I love the music and her voice is very nice. I like it a lot. Keep it coming.
  • Hermoso!

    By Naar1
    La canción es muy energética! La escucho todo los días :0) el video hermoso!
  • ****

    By Gina379
    The music sounds really pretty, the dancing could use some work, it is a little blurred, but it is an overall good video. It's worth downloading.
  • 村妇

    By Bussssssss
    Good country girl in good song
  • boring

    By onefuncapt
    she could be any single female singer. Nothing extraordinary at all. And she has fat legs
  • Camera by Otto Focus

    By Stony Stevenson
    B&W was a real art form, pretty girls out of focus is just bad video....seeing this a lot lately & I am not a fan. I haven't spoken to one person on Earth who is a fan of blurry video, HELLO ...HI-DEF is IN and it took centuries to get here.....also distracts from the music.

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