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Puerto Rican Power|Grandes Éxitos de la Salsa, Vol. 3 (En Vivo)

Grandes Éxitos de la Salsa, Vol. 3 (En Vivo)

Puerto Rican Power

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1
Juguete de Nadie (En Vivo)
00:04:49

Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist - Elizabeth Ibarra, ComposerLyricist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

2
Para Amarte Ahora (En Vivo)
00:04:49

Palmer Hernández, ComposerLyricist - Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

3
Te Estoy Conociendo Ahora (En Vivo)
00:04:47

Mario Díaz, ComposerLyricist - Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

4
A Donde Irás (En Vivo)
00:04:52

Manny Benito, ComposerLyricist - Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

5
Tu Cariñito (En Vivo)
00:03:57

Palmer Hernández, ComposerLyricist - Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

6
No Me Acostumbro (En Vivo)
00:04:59

Manny Benito, ComposerLyricist - A. Jaén, ComposerLyricist - Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

7
Otro Poco (En Vivo)
00:04:38

Mario Díaz, ComposerLyricist - Puerto Rican Power, MainArtist - Osvaldo Román, FeaturedArtist

2019 Salsa Music Group 2019 Salsa Music Group

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