Album: Miss Little Havana (2011)


  • This Afrobeat influenced track from the Deluxe Edition of Miss Little Havana features Estefan's daughter, Emily Marie, making her guitar debut. Said her proud mother to Billboard magazine: "My little girl is shredding on the guitar, all the guitar is Emily playing the solos - she added this very cool, rock edgy solo to this African sounding beat."
  • The song also features Haitian artist Black Dada, who does the rap toward the end.


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