By Omar Paredes
In anticipation of their new album, Los Lideres, reggaetoneros Wisin y Yandel released a new track called 'La Calle Caliente.' The song has a buzz on the web, but not without some controversy.
One of Don Omar's El Orfanato label producers, Jumbo, criticized 'el duo de la historia' on Twitter, claiming that they ripped off a track he previously made for 'El Don', titled 'Slow Motion.' Without actually mentioning any names, Jumbo tweeted,
"@ORPHANDON jajaja escuche un preview por ahi y como que mastikaron el ritmo de #slowmotion jajaja eso dos no cambian."
Obviously referring to Wisin y Yandel, he then followed up with,
"Mejor me hubiesen pagado a mi y no se veia tan feo pq yo fui el que me lo invente..."
Those are some heavy allegations!
Coming to the defense of Wisin y Yandel were the producers of 'La Calle Caliente,' the most outspoken being O'neill tweeting,
"jajaja produciendo solo y no puedes pagar ni pension..."
O'neill later tweeted directly to Yandel saying,
"MERA YANDEL YA ESTAN LLORANDO JAJAJAJAJA," to which he replied,
"YA TE LLAMARON? ES MUCHA PRESION LOS ENTIENDO!!!"
Listen to the two tracks and judge for yourself who should win the Twitter war.
Los Lideres is slated for a July 3 release.
Do you think 'Slow Motion' sounds like 'La Calle Caliente?' Hit us up @MTV3.
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