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 n.— «“The lyrics and the way they dance to it, called the perreo, is very sexual,” says Morano, of the slow, grinding dance named after the Spanish word for “dog.” Like much of hip-hop, reggaeton’s lyrics focus on street life, gangs, drugs, violence and profanity.» —“It’s reggae, it’s rap, and it’s muy caliente” by Nerissa Pacio Mercury News (San Jose, California) Mar. 8, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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