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Papi Chulo... Te Traigo El Mmmm Lorna 03:00
Q-Lito Lorna 03:57
Short D*ck Man Lorna, Cuban Deejay$, Roberto ferrante 02:26
Te Traigo el ... DJ Pablito, Lorna 01:24
Ya No Me Llames Lorna 02:50
Toma Dembow Lorna, Cuban Deejays 02:43
Papi Chulo... Te Traigo El Mmmm Lorna 05:29
Papito Ven a Mí DJ Pablito, Lorna 02:01
Papi Chulo... Te Traigo el MMM 2K17 Lorna 03:04
...And the Only Shape He Saw Was of the Sun Lorna 04:41

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Lorna Zarina Aponte (born on May 11, 1983) is a Panamanian singer and rapper known for being one of the first female artists to perform reggaeton in her home country. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with several household names in the urbano music genre, most notably El Chombo, K4G, and DJ Chino. Aponte began her career at the age of 13, performing in small festivals in her native Panama, after which she rose to fame in 2003 for her international smash hit “Papi chulo... (te traigo el mmmm...).” The track, which featured sexy lyrics and an irresistible reggaeton beat, achieved massive global success, topping the charts in Latin America and Europe. Although Aponte experienced worldwide recognition with her first single, it wouldn’t be until 2008 that she released La Mamichula, her studio debut. She followed up with Más Sexy que Nunca (2009), which was released independently and spawned the hit “Llueve.” In 2014, Aponte decided to take a break from the music business to devote herself to her family, only to make a triumphant comeback in 2016 with the single “Pégate,” an infectious collaboration with Portuguese electro outfit Putzgrilla. In the following years, Aponte remained busier than ever, releasing a cover of the smash reggaeton hit “Tu Gatita” (2017) and “Ella Baila Reggaeton” (2019), a collaborative effort with DJ Shorty and Cuban Deejays.