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Te robare

The best video ever prince royce love you so much ♡ keep on the great work with your great music great song

Amazing video!!

I love this song I listen to it again and again and now with the amazing music video I like it even more! Very good music video even better than darte un beso. I like the way prince expresses how crazy he is about the girl and overall very happy. Now I just hope his next music video can be of tu principe cuz I'm sure that would make me And a lot of other people happy! Great video!

Great

The music video is great! Royce looks handsome and the model looks pretty & I really recommend you to buy it since it's a great song.

Biography

Born: May 11, 1989 in Bronx, NY

Genre: Salsa y Tropical

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A regular feature on the top of Billboard's Tropical Songs chart, Prince Royce is a bachata singer from New York with an urban style who broke into the Latin pop mainstream in 2010. Born Geoffrey Royce Rojas in the Bronx, New York, he is of Dominican heritage. In association with producer Andrés Hidalgo and 2Strong Entertainment, Royce made his full-length album debut with Prince Royce in 2010. Released on Top Stop Music, the label of New York salsa legend Sergio George, the album was well-received...
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Te Robaré, Prince Royce
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Latin
  • Released: Feb 04, 2014

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