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The vocal cut-ups and simple lyrics are perfect ear candy for 2017. 11. Natti Natasha x Ozuna “Criminal” 2017 was (like 2016) the year of reggaeton. It’s the truly international genre, played in.
Ivy Queen earned the respect of of her peers and fans of the genre with lyrics that defended women during.
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Natti Natasha has come a long way since we first heard her in.
an accolade she nabbed thanks to her music video “Criminal” featuring Ozuna that currently has over 1 billion views. But she’s much.
The song got attention for racy lyrics, but for Becky G it was a moment of showing.
films and she currently has a Las Vegas residency right how at Planet Hollywood. Natti Natasha’s "Criminal" with.
Natti Natasha’s hit “Criminal” featuring Ozuna is one of the hottest songs.
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“I really liked his voice – the deep voice was very different,” says the Dominican singer Natti Natasha, another member of the billion-views club (see “Criminal”) who collaborated.
music as much.”.
The song’s catchy vibes even earned Becky G a spot on the Billboard’s 100 best songs of 2017: critics’ picks list. This year, Natti Natasha surprised us with a new single called “Criminal” with Ozuna.
The third single from his just released X 100PRE album, the track benefits from a much buzzed-about music video that addressed domestic violence while offering lyrics of empowerment.