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Broke & Famous

Nejo & Dalmata

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El estilo de Dalmata no se compara en el Genero del Reggaeton y acompaniado de Nejo hacen historia.... this Album outstands average reggaeton ta 100% recomendado

pretty good

i wasnt expecting for this album to be great but its better than i expected. there are a handful of good songs. triste y sola is my jam. its the type of song that gets u going. algo musical,hoy me atrevo, como los quiero are the other highlights.

Buenisima!

Nejo y Dalmata mantiene el movimiento del genero de reggaeton arriba y fresca. Este album es para el reggaeton lo que Graduation (Kanye West) fue para el hip/hop

Biography

Formed: Ponce, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '00s

Mold breaking reggaeton duo Ñejo y Dálmata placed themselves on urban tropical music's cutting edge early on in their careers. While maintaining healthy solo careers in reggaeton's capitol city of Ponce, Puerto Rico, the pair used their collaboration as a stylistic laboratory, the fruit of which would break every rule of the genre. As guest artists both Ñejo and Dálmata appeared on popular releases like MVP and Ground Zero. Their contributions to landmark records earned the duo enough label attention...
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Broke & Famous, Nejo & Dalmata
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Latin Urban, Music, Latino
  • Released: Dec 11, 2007

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