Tick Tock (band)

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Tick Tock
Origin Puerto Rico
Years active200406
MembersGerardo Daniel Nieves Martínez
John José Muñiz González
Joseph Alicea López
Luis Miguel Pavón Montes

Tick Tock was a music group from Puerto Rico. They were active for only two years (200406). Their Puerto Rican fans knew them as a younger version of Menudo since they covered some of their songs like Sube a mi Motora , Claridad and more. They also covered the song "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" from Selena with a few adjustments. The traditional song "Burrito Savanero" they covered with a twist and a few adjustments. They also appeared in the TV shows Remi and Maria Susema. In the show Remi they appeared five times and in Maria Susema they appeared two times. In both shows they sang the songs "Subete a Mi Moto", "Contigo Se Ira", "Ven al baile" and "Boogie Boogie". They sold two albums, which were Tick Tock Marcando el Ritmo and Tick Tock Marcando el Reggeton. They also appeared on Espectacular 2006 on Univision where they sang a medley of Menudo and Descorazonado numbers. One of the members, Joseph Alicea López, now known as Jo Joe, vocalist for Los Super Reyes, was a former band member of the group from 2007 to 2010.

No relation to the U.S. band, The Tic Tocs (thetictocs.com)


Marcando el Reggaetón

01Yo Soy BoricuaI am Boricua
02Dime Que SiSay Yes
03Ven Al BaileCome to the Dance
05Te Quiero MásI Love You More
06Bidi Bidi Bom BomBidi Bidi Bom Bom
07Boogie BoogieBoogie BoogieBonus Track
08Pass the DutchiePass the Dutchie
09Siento/Baka Lana Nu MemeI feel/Baka Lana Nu Meme

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