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    Default Berry, what, berry , what , berry

    This is a strange one- not even sure if it belongs here but I was in a Dominican club in NY over the weekend and I heard a great pumping tune, not bachata, not merengue not salsa, but hard core, maybe hip hop DR style? All I could make out was " what , Berry, what , that Berry, what , that Berry, so very berry, " or something like that- it could have been in Spanish , because it makes no sense in English, but that;s how it sounded. I loved the track but could not find out from anyone who sings it... I know it's a slim chance from what I have given , but any ideas? It might not even be a Dominican song...

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    Every time I heard a great tune in a club and didn't know who the performer was I'd ask the DJ
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    This is a strange one- not even sure if it belongs here but I was in a Dominican club in NY over the weekend and I heard a great pumping tune, not bachata, not merengue not salsa, but hard core, maybe hip hop DR style? All I could make out was " what , Berry, what , that Berry, what , that Berry, so very berry, " or something like that- it could have been in Spanish , because it makes no sense in English, but that;s how it sounded. I loved the track but could not find out from anyone who sings it... I know it's a slim chance from what I have given , but any ideas? It might not even be a Dominican song...

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    I can't identify the song or artist for you, but from your description, the genre was likely reggaeton. It's a latin hip-hop variation with Puerto Rican roots. I'm not a fan myself, but among a lot of young Dominicans it is now more popular than merengue of bachata.

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    I know the one you mean - "Watagatapitusberry". He's singing what he thinks sounds like English, but it's just gibberish.

    YouTube - Watagatapitusberry Official Video

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    i managed to see the video but i had to shut down the sound...
    those townhouses in the background, wide asphalted streets - was that shot in america?

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    dv8,

    Yes. Washington Heights, Manhattan to be exact.

    My little sister drove me nuts with this song. It was like no escaping it.

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    bring back pepe

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    ...BUT those are NOT the the original guys...I think these might be the duo.......
    YouTube - Black Point - Watagatapitusberry EXTREMO

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    The video that MAR posted is the original duo.

    There's now also a remix featuring Pitbull and Little John.

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    horror and devastation.
    i do not require much from my music but this is horribly horrible.

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