• This is a track from Cuban-American rapper Pitbull's first Spanish-language album, Armando. He told Billboard magazine about this song: "This is a fun record. It's an old Beastie Boys record and we just did it in Spanish and I put my lyrics on it. 'I'm afraid of child support, if you don't' pay they'll take you to court. That belly. Who's is that belly,' go the lyrics. It's really about making fun but it's real s--t everyone can relate to."

    The Beastie Boys song he's referring to is "Girls," which appears on their 1986 debut album Licensed to Ill. "Mujeres" is Spanish for "Girls."


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