Lunay and Luar La L accept Gaby Music’s invitation and release ‘No Te waner Conmigo’

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The fans of Lunay They are in luck. And after having seen the light Snore, his latest single, in March of this year, the artist has returned in style. He has joined Gaby Music and Luar La L To trow They Don’t Want You With Mea reggaeton song that will soon be playing on the dance floor.

Puerto Ricans unite their voices in a song dedicated to that person with whom they are in love, but with whom they do not want to see them together. Come on, a relationship that seems to be unrequited.

The song also arrives accompanied by a video clip in which both perform it on camera in a room with wads of bills on the tables and also from a yellow car. “For all the little babies 🤤 in the whole world and for all those who were waiting for this anthem… They don’t want you with me,” says Lunay on her social networks.

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Luar La L has become one of the greatest promises of the genre internationally. His talent is conquering more and more people, who listen to one of his songs and, minutes later, find themselves delving into the rest of his releases.

Now he has captivated the established producer Gaby Music and the artist that thousands and thousands of followers follow wherever he goes: Lunay. And you, have you already heard They Don’t Want You With Me? What did you think of the song?


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