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Estimados Vinglers Hispanos

Quería pedirles un favor. La verdad es que he visto que hay un Party para artistas hispanos y para musica hispana pero la verdad es que esos dos Parties no son muy activos. Y por es les estoy escribiendo hoy. Quisiera pedirles que me ayuden a pedir más artistas latinos y poner más musica latina en Vingle. Todos tenemos gustos diferentes asi que si solo una o dos persona pones musica, será un poco raro no? Y tambien no nos va a gustar a todos. Por favor les pido que me ayuden a poner canciones que les guste a la pagina de Musica Latina y que pidan más artistas Latinos a Vingle usando esta tarjeta -->http://www.vingle.net/posts/9495-Para-pedir-un-nuevo-Party Muchas gracias, y demostremos nuestro orgullo latino! Viva Latino America!
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NO NO SABIA SOY UN BOLIVIANO
@hinatauchihahat: sabes hay un party de luis fonsi si quieres poner musica o fotos o video de el. Este es el link. Cualquier manera que puedas ayudar mejor. Hay q demostrar nuestro orgullo por nuestros artistas no? vingle.net/luis-fonsi
bueno, a mi me gusta muchisimo la musica de luis fonsi, soy nueva espero que sea de ayuda... :)
yo tambien ayudare con baladas y pop latino :)
muy bella la idea. yo ayudare tambien :)
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