• This song features MC Marcinho and Papayo. Pitbull explained to Billboard magazine: "It's a dance-funk record originally titled 'Glamurosa' and sung by Mc Marcinho. It starts in Portuguese and then it goes into English with Papayo singing, 'I've been thinking about you baby.' Papayo plays the drums in the band but he wants to be a solo act so I'm giving him the opportunity. He gave me 'Glamurosa,' I heard it, and I said cool. Then [coincidentally] another DJ I work with, Chino, also gave it to me."


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