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José Verdú Nicolás, known as Toché, is a Spanish former footballer who played as a striker.
The Andean Region is one of the 10 administrative regions in which Venezuela was divided for its development plans in 1969.
Juan Luis Morera Luna, best known by his stage name Wisin, is a Puerto Rican reggaeton rapper, singer and record producer, best known as a member of the reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel. Wisin is noted for his unique and aggressive style of rapping.
The yellow-headed brushfinch is a Near Threatened species of bird in the American sparrow family, Passerellidae. It is endemic to Colombia. The common name is a semi-literal translation of the scientific name, with Atlapetes referring to the brushfinch genus, and flaviceps meaning "yellow-headed".
Alejandro Castro Fernández, known as Jandro, is a Spanish former professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder, and the current manager of Villarreal C.
The Region of Murcia autonomous football team is the regional football team for the Region of Murcia, Spain. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA, because it is represented internationally by the Spain national football team. It only plays friendly matches.
Alberto Abdiel Quintero Medina is a Panamanian professional footballer who plays for Peruvian club Cienciano and the Panama national team as a winger.
Javier "Javi" Lara Grande is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for AD Alcorcón.
Carlos Martínez Díez is a Spanish former footballer who played as a right-back.
Georgi Parvanov Vasilev, also known as "Gocho"(Bulgarian: Гочо), is a Bulgarian former footballer who played as a forward. In his career, he played for Lokomotiv Plovdiv and Pirin Gotse Delchev.
Diogo Ferreira Salomão is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a left winger for C.F. Estrela da Amadora.
Yacine Qasmi is a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Spanish club CD Leganés. Born in France, he represented Morocco at youth international level.
"Dándole" (English: Hitting It) is a song by Puerto Rican recording artist and record producer Gocho featuring Jowell from his debut studio album Mi Música (2011). Written and produced by a variety of composers and producers, the song was released as the lead single from the album on January 25, 2011. Two separate remixes were recorded and featured on the album after being released digitally with Ivy Queen and Omega respectively. A reggaetón version of the song is also available as the album's closing track. In the Latin market, the song was a commercial success peaking in the Top 10 of three charts in the United States while peaking at #8 in Venezuela. In total, the song performed on seven charts. It also received several awards within the Latin community.
Adrià Carmona Pérez is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a left winger or attacking midfielder.
Santiago 'Santi' Santos Andrés is a Spanish footballer. He played for Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa as a central defender from 2013 to 2016.
Antonio Jesús Regal Angulo, commonly known as Antoñito, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as either a right-back or a midfielder for Deportivo de La Coruña.
Owusu Kwabena, simply known as Owusu, is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Ferencváros and the Ghana national team.
David del Toro Jiménez, known as David Toro, is a Spanish footballer who plays for CD San Roque de Lepe as a forward.
José Ángel Torres Castro, better known as Gocho, is a Puerto Rican songwriter, singer and record producer, nicknamed "El Lápiz de Platino". In 2003, with his first hit as a producer, "Dale Don Dale" with Don Omar, Gocho was a forerunner in the commercial reggaeton movement.