Daddy Yankee’s New Zumba Song ‘Hula Hoop’ Is Definitely Not For Children


If you’ve been trying to find a way to combine your two favorite things (getting fit and breaking it all the way down), peep this banger from the Puerto Rican reggaetón superstar, Mr. Gasolina himself, Daddy Yankee! According to Billboard, Daddy Yankee has partnered with Zumba to create the song “Hula Hoop” for use in their classes.

The bass-heavy reggaetón track has a lyric video featuring flashing neon hula hoops and classic Zumba moves .


It’s got everything you’d expect from a Daddy Yankee Zumba video: hip shaking, hand-punching, lasers and a packed VIP section. What else do you need to work out and feel like you’re getting your life together? Yasss!

The video even shows you how to do the exercise on beat with a dancing cursor.


Rómpele! Rómpele! Rómpele! I know, it sounds a little repetitive, but believe me, you’ll feel the burn in no time.

It’s really a workout video in a sultry disguise. If you follow along, you’ll have a sick core in just a few short weeks.


Anyone out there breaking a sweat yet? One and two. Come on now. Three and four. You can do it!

Check the full video below and see if you can learn the lyrics and do the moves.


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Is combining Zumba and reggaetón the perfect way to get people to exercise? Tag a friend who would totally work out with you to this song below! 

Legendary Puerto Rican Actress Miriam Colón Dies At 80


Legendary Puerto Rican Actress Miriam Colón Dies At 80

Actress Miriam Colón, best known for her role as the mother of Tony Montana in the 1983 movie “Scarface,” died on March 3 at the age of 80.

The legendary Puerto Rican actress had starred in more than 90 films and more than 250 television episodes. Her husband, actor Fred Valle, told the Associated Press that Colón died in a New York hospital because of complications from a pulmonary infection.

Colón studied acting since she was a young girl in her native Puerto Rico. In 1953, she moved to New York City, where she was accepted into the acclaimed Actors Studio after only one audition.

She became the first Puerto Rican member to join the Actors Studio. Her first acting gigs after moving to New York included theater work and a role on the soap opera “Guiding Light.”  In 1983, she landed a pivotal role as Mama Montana, the mother of Tony Montana (Al Pacino) in the iconic film “Scarface.”

“The mother in Scarface was a courageous woman, a great character,” Colón said in a 2013 interview. “She could not be corrupted. It’s a wisdom and a kind of intelligence that I love.”

Other notable roles include “All The Pretty Horses” and “Goal!” She also played recurring characters on HBO’s “How To Make It In America” and AMC’s “Better Call Saul,” Deadline reports. The pioneering actress received an Obie Award in 1993 for “Lifetime Achievement in the Theater.”

In 2014, President Barack Obama awarded Colón a National Medal of the Arts.

Actress Gina Rodriguez tweeted her thoughts on the passing of Colón.

Our thoughts are with her family, friends, and fans.

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When did you first see Colon on screen?

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