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Music Video: Frío (feat. Wisín & Yandel)

Artisit: Ricky Martin

  • Genre: Latin
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:43

  • Copyright: Ricky Martin

Music Video For Frío (feat. Wisín & Yandel) By Artist Ricky Martin

Reviews For Frío (feat. Wisín & Yandel) By Artist Ricky Martin

  • Ricky Martin is the best.

    By Jerrt
  • Los Mejores

    By Kenom87
    Ricky con w&y ustedes si q son Los Lideres, los tres son lo mejor q ha dado Puerto Rico, exito
  • Love him!!!

    By LoveRicky
    I just love everything he does. He is amazing!!
  • So fantastic

    By Zerothirteen.
  • Amazing Vid.

    By CarlosG.
    He's at his best!! Im so happy for him :)
  • Umm

    By Izffyhvft
    Didn't Ricky Martin announce that he was gay
  • finally its here !

    By kahn
    my favorite song on the album ! love it ! :)
  • Amazing

    By Lyfe26
    Ricky is the best. He really knows how to create an amaImg song. 
  • Frio

    By Patricia Johnson
    This is a masterpiece. It's Ricky Martin at his best. The song is powerful and the dancers are beautifully choreographed, applause applause applause. PJ60

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