Mujeres En El Club

Album: La Revolución (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • This song features the Hip-Hop artist 50 Cent. The New York rapper told Billboard magazine about his collaboration with the Puerto-Rican duo: "When they sent the actual concept, I listened to it and the melodies completely fit me. It could be a song that I could do apart from them. So we're meeting on a ground that is completely comfortable for both of us. My duet with Justin Timberlake, for example-there is more compromise for me there. The content is similar to what you can see from 50 Cent, but the actual rap, style and cadence is different. But when I go into the song with Wisin & Yandel I didn't even have to make those cadence changes."

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