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For Anyone Who’s Fallen Out Of Love, Romeo Santos’ ‘Imitadora’ Is Too Real


Anthony “Romeo” Santos is easily one of the biggest names in Latin music. The Bronx-Born singer’s latest album, “Golden,” will be released on July 21, just in time for his 36th birthday. In anticipation of that release, Santos just dropped the first track from the album, “Imitadora.” The song is about a man who no longer recognizes the person he fell in love with, saying, “Where is the crazy lover who once made my skin tingle? Why don’t you touch me like that woman did.”

The official VEVO video for the “Imitadora” is pretty simple compared to other graphic-heavy lyric vids — it’s just words appearing in time with Santos’s singing. And this might seem like a way to save money, but it’s kind of genius in a way. The video makes for the perfect way to learn the lyrics or jam out karaoke-style when you’re with your friends.

“Golden” drops on July 21, 2017.

#NewAlbum #Golden #BirthdayKing #ITriedToTellEm

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Santos released this short video on his Instagram a just a few days ago as a teaser.

READ: Fans Love That Jimmy Kimmel Featured Romeo Santos On Late Night TV

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Dragon Ball Super Meets Chavo Del Ocho And It's Giving People The Will To Live

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Dragon Ball Super Meets Chavo Del Ocho And It’s Giving People The Will To Live


The animated series “Dragon Ball Super” was recently translated into Spanish for Latin American audiences, and fans are definitely excited. In honor of the announcement, Facebook group Dragon Ball Super – Latino released this great trailer showing El Chavo del Ocho kicking all kinds of ass, set to the theme song from “Dragon Ball Super.”

Chavo makes an amazing transformation into another iconic character…

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Dragon Ball Super – Latino teased this transformation on their Facebook page, saying, “The guy will surprise us with a new red transformation… what do you think? XD.”

Fans are seriously loving it.

Some people can’t handle it.

The opening mash-up is giving people the will to live.


Because it’s so damn perfect.

It’s obvious that a real fan made this video.

Chavo and Dragon Ball Super! What’s not to love?

That’s how you crossover.

Dragon Ball Super will begin broadcasting in August on Cartoon Network Latin America.


Several Latin@ actors have lent their voices to the Latin American dub, like Mario Castañeda as Gokú, Carlos Segundo as Piccolo, René García as Vegueta, and Laura Torres doing multiple voices, like Goten, young Gohan and young Goku boy.

READ: This Artist Showed Us What An Anime Inspired ‘Anything For Selenas’ Scene Might Have Looked Like

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