Bela y Sus Moskitas Muertas
Download links and information about Bela y Sus Moskitas Muertas by Beatriz Luengo. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:19 minutes.
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|1.||Alguien (Spanish Adaptation of "Use Somebody")||3:12|
|2.||Como Tú No Hay 2 (feat. Yotuel)||3:27|
|3.||Ley de Newton (feat. Jesús Navarro)||3:30|
|6.||Chicas de Revísta||3:27|
|7.||Fábulas del Blah Blah Blah||3:54|
|9.||Flor de Loto||4:16|
|10.||He Prometido (feat. Ziggy Marley)||3:58|
|11.||Sin Mirar Atrás||4:05|
A popular actress, dancer, and singer in Spain and France, Beatriz Luengo moved to Miami, signed with Sony U.S. Latin, and now appears focused on the U.S. and Latin American markets. Produced by Orishas' Yotuel Romero and Andrés Levin, Bela y Sus Moskitas Muertas is Luengo's fourth solo album and her calling card into the Latin pop world. Arguably Luengo's strongest effort to date, this record is a surprisingly eclectic collection of sunny pop tunes with strong influences from both reggae (as in the first single, "Como Tú No Hay 2") and Spanish female hip-hop acts such as La Shica and Mala Rodríguez. It also features duets with Reik's Jesús Navarro and Ziggy Marley, as well as a beautiful acoustic Spanish adaptation of Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody."