I guess this kind of turned into a thing. Well, it is a good thing. This has been a great music week.
You know what else is great? This 1998 single by Elvis Crespo, which actually crossed over onto the English-language pop charts for a couple of weeks. For many, this was the first introduction to the horn-heavy merengue style. For Elvis Crespo, this was his debut solo single, having been a member of a couple of Puerto Rican merengue ensembles prior to this.
On a personal note, this is one of my very favorite songs in any language. It is not remarkable lyrically (he's asking a girl to kiss him. A lot) or musically (it's merengue), but together, it is a fun, energetic song. By the end of the song, you're going to be singing "Besándome otra vez" too!
For now, sit back and enjoy this great tune, and try not to dance.
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