The song was written by all of the artists, while production was handled by Carlos Paucar. It was released by Universal Republic Records as the sixth single from the record. They released a music video  and their own version became part of several compilation albums but did not experience a single release. As of 24 August , there are three other versions of the song that have been released to the music market besides the original Spanish version.
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After an evolution in personnel, GDZ, which currently gives name to the duo of founder Alexander Delgado and Randy Malcolm, seemed to suddenly storm the Latin charts. Alexander Delgado: Gente de Zona is a group that we formed about 15 years ago in Cuba. We were known in Cuba and in Europe; most of our fans were Cuban. There came a point when we were anxious to establish ourselves on an international level. We knew we had to do something that the rest of the Latin world would be interested in. We used to do a kind of music that was very local as far as the lyrics of the songs were concerned, lyrics that Cubans can understand…When I came to the U. I think reggaeton is different depending on where it comes from. It was created in Panama and then popularized in Puerto Rico. In Cuba, there are a lot of currents of urban music.
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