This Week On Alt.Latino, We Get Busy

La Shica helps us get sexy

La Shica, from Spain, helps us get sexy. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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It's summer. It's hot. People are barely wearing clothes. Emotions and hormones are running high.

That's why this week's show is about falling in lust.

Initially, co-host Felix Contreras wanted to do a show about love songs, but I just wasn't in the mood. I'm not big on romantic music myself, but Romanticos, don't worry: Next week's show is going to be all about love songs. I promise I won't interfere, so send in your suggestions for love songs you can't live without.

Until then, check out our sexy mix tape. It's full of songs about desire, frustration, confusion, lust, melancholy, regret and then some more desire. Sounds like your average date night.

And, as always, tell us your favorite songs to get sexy with in the comments section.


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Mala Rodriguez

Mala Rodríguez, no podía faltar en nuestro mixtape. Photo Cortesia de la Artista hide caption

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Esta Semana En Alt.Latino, Nos Ponemos Sexy

Aquí en hemisferio norte es verano. Hace calor. La gente anda por la calle prácticamente desnuda. Las emociones y las hormonas hierven al calor del sol.

Por eso es que esta semana, el show se trata de canciones sobre la lujuria.

No estamos hablando de amor. Pero a todos los Románticos de nuestra audiencia, como decía el Chapulín Colorado ¡Que no panda el cúnico! La semana que viene vamos a hacer el show entero sobre canciones de amor. Prometo no interferir, a pesar de que no soy fan de las canciones románticas. Así que manden sus sugerencias.

Volviendo al tema de la lujuria. Escuchen el show de esta semana. Esta repleto de canciones acerca del sexo y el deseo.

Como siempre, el show depende de ustedes, los oyentes. ¿Cuales son TUS canciones favoritas acerca de la lujuria? Dejanos tus comentarios.



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