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Ivy Queen s Feminist Reggaeton Anthem 'Quiero Bailar' Has Been Remastered by An-All Women s Team

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Mar 8, 2019 2:38 PM 2+ week ago

By Amanda Alcantara and Julio Ricardo Varela Mar 8, 2019

For International Women's Day, Spotify partnered with reggaeton pioneer and powerhouse Ivy Queen to record a reimagined version of her hit single "Quiero Bailar" with a women-led engineering team. The song "Quiero Bailar" was part of Ivy Queen's third album Diva, released in 2003, and became an anthem across Latin America and the Caribbean, as it empowered women to be free in the dance floor while championing consent.

"Women are more than just hair and makeup and stylists. It's my job as a leading female to make sure they are given a chance," Ivy Queen said in a press release about the project. "I have the power to make that happen by using my influence and it is something that I am very aware of as I continue this journey."

This new version, titled "Yo Quiero Bailar," has a softer intro with more isolated percussion that accentuates the genre's candent pattern, ...

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