Thesaurus for gasolina

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A great reggaeton artist who has great songs like "Gasolina" "No Me Dejes Solo" "Dale Caliente" and is featured in "Oye Mi Canto" with Nore and Nina Sky. Born in San Juan raised in Santo Domingo, no idea where hes livin now. You can see him on mun2.
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by Reggaetonist October 22, 2004
Reggaeton is characterized by rough, monotone rapping (in Spanish) and driving dancehall riddims, and it's rapidly becoming the dance music of choice for a generation of young Latinos. While only recognized as a style in the 1990s, reggaeton has its roots in the '70s, when Jamaican workers moved to Panama to work on the canal and brought reggae music with them. Reggae's popularity grew in Central America and the Caribbean at the same time that American rap was finding its way south. The landmark development came in 1985, when Vico C released Puerto Rico's first Spanish-language rap album. It was only a matter of time before producers linked Latin rap with Jamaica's hard dancehall sounds. All they needed was to add a few native Puerto Rican touches like the bomba and plena rhythms (better known from salsa), and presto: a new genre. Reggaeton finally spilled over Puerto Rico's borders in the 21st century, as artists like Tego Calderon, Don Omar, Ivy Queen and Hector y Tito gained currency abroad. Even boy bands like Aventura climbed aboard the bandwagon, emulating a defanged reggaeton and signaling the genre's growing appeal.
Reggaeton Artists: Daddy Yankee, Tito El Bambino, Don Omar, Calle 13, Don Chezina, El General, Hector y Tito, Ivy Queen, Rey Pirin, Vico C, Tego Calderon, Wisin y Yandel, Luny Tunes, Casa De Leones, Renato, Alexis y Fido, Angel y Khriz, Jowell y Randy, RKM y Ken-Y, Yaga y Mackie, Zion y Lennox, Nicky Jam, Franco El Gorilla, Plan B, Don Miguelo, O.G. Black
by Paul Wall Da People's Champ October 05, 2009
"Skeet" is actually a form of birth control practiced by the African-American tribes of North America near the beginning of the 21st Centruy. Visionaries of the time (such as Lil Jon and Nelly) recognized the inevitable and everpresent danger of overpopulation in their land and decided to take action. They discovered an ancient form of birth control used by their ancestors that involved "pulling out and shooting" (much like skeet shooting) during sexual intercourse, as to not impregnate the female, or "biatch". The visionaries spread the word the only way they knew how: rap music. People would listen to the songs of the visionaries during ritual smoking ceremonies and chant "skeet skeet skeet!". Every tribe of their kind in the land listened to rap music and the idea of skeeting quickly gained in popularity. Soon, the entire African-American tribe had done its part to offset the effects of overpopulation through generations of skeeting on the women that they did not wish to impregnate. However, the other tribes of the land (most notabley, the Whites and Mexicans) did not support the "Skeet Movement". They continued to grow in number until the Whites eventually ate the Mexicans. The Whites, however, refused to eat the African-Americans for fear of sickle cell anemia, so they all got on a very large boat and went back to England.
"Excuse me, I didn't catch your name, but would you mind if I skeeted on you? Seeing as how we just met and all, I am not fully convinced that you would make a good mother, so I am electing not to ejaculate inside of you. Let me go get you a towel."
by Big Andy December 07, 2004
Crack, speed, cocaine or other amphetamine type illegal substance.
1. Hey dude...If ya got some fuel we can go out tonight.
2. I'm getting some sleep tonight as I am out of fuel.
3. Gees that fuel got my motor running.
4. I will fuel up and come over.
by CamboGT October 12, 2006
a hell of a drug according to Rick James.
"Cocaine is a hell of a drug"- Rick James on the Chapelle Show
by Schaefer February 14, 2004

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