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Farina Dances for Arcángel in a Martini Glass in “La Boca” Music Video

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Farina Dances for Arcángel in a Martini Glass in “La Boca” Music Video

That long-awaited Farina and Arcángel project is finally seeing the light of day. The two Latin hip-hop giants teamed up for the sexy “La Boca” music video that was released on Feb. 17.

Farina first opened up about her album with Arcángel last year.

Farina is one of the leading female rappers from Colombia. Arcángel is a Puerto Rican pioneer in the reggaeton music scene. There were rumblings about a collaborative album between the two last year.

“I have an album coming with Arcángel,” she told Remezcla last October. “It’s the first time that a man and a woman are making an urbano album together. It’s an honor for me to be making history in that way.”

“La Boca” is a strong introduction to their collaborative project.

The first taste of that project is here. Farina and Arcángel join forces for the first time for “La Boca.” In the reggaeton banger, the two rappers exchange steamy lines about sharing a kiss with plenty of tongue-action. Farina embraces her baddie side as she boasts about the talents that her mouth possesses. Farina and Arcángel are a great duo and they deliver the goods with this alluring and hypnotic collaboration.

The music video for “La Boca” is just as captivating. In the gold-colored visual, Farina dances in a martini glass in front of Arcángel.

“Working with Arcángel was a dream come true,” Farina said in a statement. “I learned so much from him, and at the time felt like a little girl meeting her idol. I’m so proud of the result of our collaboration and can’t wait for everyone to see what we have in store for them.”

“La Boca” follows Farina’s stellar collaboration “Tick Tock” with Mexican pop stars Thalía and Sofía Reyes. The trio teamed up last year for the Facebook Watch series Latin Music Queens.

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Put Together Your Dream Picnic And We’ll Tell You The Perfect Organization To Donate To

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Put Together Your Dream Picnic And We’ll Tell You The Perfect Organization To Donate To

It’s National Picnic Week and since you’re reading this, we’re assuming you’re the altruistic, enjoy-every-moment type. So trust that as we help you set the tone of your fictional (or real) picnic, we’ll give you a vetted, Latino driven and focused organization that deserves your money. Who knows, maybe you’ll even plan the picnic IRL to raise awareness for the cause?

Vamos a ver.

Where's the picnic at?

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Pick a basket, any basket.

Will there be salad?

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Play a song to set the mood.

What food can a picnic not exist without?

Whose invited?

Whose *not* invited?

Pick a field of flowers you'd want to be in.

Ok, really, talk about the humans invited.

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What's one word you want your guests to describe your picnic?

Pick a butterfly.

Pick a beverage.

What's the dream ending to your picnic?

Dessert: will it make an entrance?

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Will there be ghost stories?

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Plan A Picnic And We’ll Tell You What Organization You Should Donate To
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

NLIRH is doing the research nobody else is--understanding how Latinas suffer under gender inequality, especially in regards to access to healthcare. Then, NLIRH is using policy change and Latina leadership development to advance a reproductive justice agenda to include immigrant healthcare, abortion access, and affordable healthcare. You're ready to let patriarchy rest in pieces, now more than ever. We're not rewinding history and we're not letting women of color and immigrants get left behind in anyone's version of feminism. This is it, you're here for it.
Trans Latina Coalition

TLC is formed by Trans Latinx leaders *for* trans Latinx immigrants living in the U.S. They work with policy makers to find solutions to trans peoples' unique needs, especially those living in detention centers without access to appropriate healthcare. You are abounding in inclusive energy because you know justice reform must be intersectional, and you are intentional about creating space for this advocacy work from picnic conversations to your pocketbook.
Freedom for Immigrants

Freedom for Immigrants is devoted to abolishing immigration detention, while ending the isolation of people currently suffering in this profit-driven system. They are the only nonprofit in the country monitoring the human rights abuses faced by immigrants detained by ICE through a national hotline and network of volunteer detention visitors, while also modeling a community-based alternative to detention that welcomes immigrants into the social fabric of the United States. You and Freedom for Immigrants have a lot in common--you're both changing the world one person, one step at a time, and feel everyone has a right to a safe space of belonging.
Spay Mexico

Spay Mexico is aiming to end pet overpopulation and homelessness in Mexico one animal at a time. It's vision is to create affordable and free spay and neuter surgeries for responsible guardians and homeless animals alike. You can't imagine your animal companion left to fend for him or herself in the streets anymore than any other dog or cat. Your heart is big enough to extend to a range of issues, and you won't leave anyone behind.

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