Adrenalina

Album: El Regreso del Sobreviviente (2014)
Charted: 94

Songfacts®:

  • This song finds Wisin from the Puerto Rican reggaetón duo Wisin & Yandel partnering with Latin superstars Jennifer Lopez and Ricky Martin. Wisin & Yandel had previously collaborated with Jennifer Lopez on their 2012 single "Follow the Leader" (2012), and with Ricky Martin on his 2011 release "Frío."
  • Lopez told Pop Crush about the collaboration: "It was great working on the song with them," she said. "We've known each other for years, and we've done other songs and videos together. Shooting the video was a lot of fun. The three of us in one place in a video together… you rarely get to do that with more than just you and one other artist. It's usually by yourself. It was great to have the three of us there. It felt really powerful."

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