Juan Luis Guerra
This song was released in 1990 and it became a song that would define the career of Juan Luis Guerra. If you’re Dominican like myself then I’m sure you’ve heard this song before and I’m sure you admire it’s beauty as much as I do.
I grew up listening to this song in the 90s and the beauty of it still remains the same. I remember that as a child at family gatherings in the Dominican Republic this song would play in the background while the entire family shared laughs, sancocho and more laughs. Of course dancing was always an important part of family gatherings.
Listening to this song brings me back to those moments. I miss my country, I miss the Dominican Republic.
"I’m so sorry for all the awful things I said to you in the car. That I hated you. That I wish you weren’t my mother. That I wished you were dead. I’m so sorry, Mum."
Nintendo 64 Meme
Let me tell you bout my best friiiiieeeennnnddddd!!
Oh my god this is just too adorable.
omfg oliver can get it. seriously.
"We are human beings. We deserve to be buried by our children not the other way around. No matter how u felt about black people look at this mother and look at this father and tell me as a human being how u cannot feel empathy for them. How can u not feel sympathy for their pain and loss. These are not ‘THOTS, niggas/niggers, hoes, Ballers, Divas.’ These two people are parents. They are humans that produced a child and loved that child and that child was slaughtered like Game and left face down as public spectacle while his blood drained down the street.
Look at the pain of this mother; look into her eyes. Look at the man behind her. Look at that father made helpless and hurt that he cud not defend his seed. Don’t debate. Don’t insert your agenda. Save me the bullshit Black On Black Crime speech and look at these two Noble creatures called humans and look at what govt-sanctioned murder has done. It has robbed them of their humanity and replaced it with pain and shame, suffering and hurt.”
-Killer Mike on the Mike Brown shooting