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Huey Dunbar - Music For My Peoples mp3 download Performer: Huey Dunbar
Album: Music For My Peoples
Released: 2003
Style: Salsa
Size MP3: 1261 mb.
Size FLAC: 1533 mb.
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Album · 2003 · 12 Songs. Music for My Peoples Huey Dunbar. Listen on Apple Music. Huey Dunbar IV. 2010. Why Can't You Hear My Prayers - Single. Huey Dunbar) - Single.

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Album Music for my peoples. Huey Verses We slip in the club and girls scream my go We spending no less than 10g's say "oh" Ya don't hear me. We came in the Bentley and mean six floor We planning to leave soon in that clean jeep "oh" Oooooh. chorus) We light it up/so we's high as what/I see her eyeing us like she's dying to touch me.

Huey Dunbar, was born on May 15, 1974. Born in New York City from a Puerto Rican mother and a Jamaican father, Huey grew up all over New York; Harlem, Washington Heights, Queens, The Bronx and even spent a few years of his childhood living in Lares, Puerto Rico. From when he was a baby, beginning to discover the gift of song, his mother motivated him to sing and was instrumental in helping him to develop a profound love for his Puerto Rican roots. In 2003, Huey released his second solo album entitled "Music For My Peoples", once again showcasing his tenor vocal abilities and his ability to bring different flavors of music together including R&B, Dance, Hip Hop, Reggae, Tropical and Caribbean rhythms. It also included the participation of new and different producers and artists such as Mike and Lenny Santos from the Latin group Aventura, Cool and Dre and rapper Fat Joe.

Huey Dunbar (born Eustace Dunbar IV; May 15, 1974) is the former singer of Dark Latin Groove. Born to a Puerto Rican mother and a Jamaican father, he was exposed to music since his earliest years due to his parents' musical careers. His hits with the band included "La quiero a morir", "Juliana", "No Morirá", "Volveré", "Todo mi corazón", and a remake of Ricardo Montaner's original classic "Me va a extrañar". The album was certified Gold and Platinum by RIAA. In 2007 Dunbar was invited by producer Sergio George to reunite with DLG, but Dunbar refused. The seven-year gap between Dunbar's 2003 and 2010 albums has not been publicly explained, but is uncharacteristic of a popular star at the peak of his career. Sales of "Huey Dunbar IV" were strong in Latin America. Yo Si Me Enamoré - (2001). Music for My Peoples - (2003). Huey Dunbar IV - (2010).

A Donde Iré. This song is by Huey Dunbar and appears on the album Music For My Peoples (2003). Hoy, se me va la vidaSe apagan los añosY me olvido de lo buenoExtrañándote, no dejo de llorarY aprendo a suplicar, por nuestro amor. Sé que sin tu cariño mis tristes ojitosYo me encontrare perdidoAsfixiándome, falta de tu pielY aroma de mujerLágrimas y el alma herida.

Huey Dunbar lyrics with translations: Las Noches, yo si me enamore, Te Amare, Con cada beso, Si Tú Me Amas, Chikicha, A donde ir. Country: United States. Music For My Peoples. Alimenta mi almaSpanish. AmarteSpanish. Italian. Amor de siempreSpanish.


1 Sin Poderte Hablar 3:21
2 Jamas (Salsa Version) 4:00
3 Bacardi Party 3:36
4 Las Noches 3:23
5 Llegaste Tu 4:09
6 Spring Love (Spanish) 3:37
7 A Donde Ire 4:16
8 Besame 3:37
9 Spring Love (English) 3:37
10 Jamas (Acustic Version) 4:17
11 Fuerte 4:07
12 Chasing Papi 3:40


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