CNCO Releases 'Mamita' Music Video And Turn Up The Heat

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The Latin boyband continues to impress and their new music video is delicious. YouTube

Fans of CNCO can get excited for the release of their new music video for their hit song "Mamita". The track has some of the sexiest lyrics to date. "When you look at me like that you don't know what I would do to you. A little bit of here, a little touch there, you'll forget about the world," the boys sing (loosely translated lyrics). "Come mamita come that I want to have you, change my luck, this is urgent."

The award winning, multiplatinum, pop phenomenon turn up the heat once again in a fun video that celebrates their Latin heritage. CNCO ventured to Quito, Ecuador with director Daniel Durán, who has previously worked with stars such as Pitbull and Gente de Zona. “Mamita” kicks off with a scene true to life, where CNCO get off a plane to be welcomed by a crowd of screaming fans before boarding a van filled with girls. The boys explore and experience the wonders of the Ecuadorian capital culminating with an outdoors performance that confirms the artists’ undeniable star power.

The song has already amassed over 66 million streams (audio & video) and continues the group’s hot streak, which has cemented them as one of the most popular names in Latin music today.

This is just the beginning for the hottest band in the scene. Get ready for CNCO to make history again this year and beyond. Watch the clip below and tell us what you think!

"MAMITA" Lyrics

Cuando me miras así
No sabes lo que te haría
Un poco por acá, un toque por allí
Del mundo te olvidarías

No te lo guardes mami
Qué ganas si desconfías
En esta noche si me la das a mí
Te sacas la lotería

Ven mamita ven que
Yo quiero tenerte
Cámbiame la suerte
Esto es algo urgente

Ven que ya no aguanto
Ay, mamita ven que
Tú me gustas tanto
Y éste nunca miente

Juégate la suerte, siempre
Hay un factor crucial
Que hace que te pongas tu mejor labial
Seguro mami, que tu vienes aquí
Gritaré a los cuatro vientos ¡ay mamita vente! 

No te lo guardes, mami
Qué ganas si desconfías
En esta noche si, me la das a mí
Te sacas la lotería

Ven mamita ven que
Yo quiero tenerte
Cámbiame la suerte
Esto es algo urgente

Ven que ya no aguanto
Ay, mamita ven que
Tú me gustas tanto
Y este nunca miente

Ven que la noche es joven
Ya te llegó la hora de que un hombre como yo te valore
Tú sentirás fuego princesa
Te quedarás conmigo hasta que el día venga muñeca

Cuando me miras así
No sabes lo que te haría
Un poco por acá, un toque por allí
Del mundo te olvidarías

No te lo guardes, mami
Que ganas si desconfías
En esta noche si me la das a mí
Te sacas la lotería

Ven mamita ven que
Yo quiero tenerte
Cámbiame la suerte
Esto es algo urgente

Ven que ya no aguanto
Ay, mamita ven que
Tú me gustas tanto
Y este nunca miente

Y ay mamita
Que quiénes somos
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In just two short years, with the support of their manager, Ricky Martin, CNCO has become one of the most sought after musical acts in the world. Tallying over 3.3 billion video views, 1 billion-plus streams, and multiple platinum certifications, their 2016 full-length debut “Primera Cita” cemented them as superstars. In the wake of its release, the group received a Latin GRAMMY® Award nod in the category of “Best New Artist” at the 2017 ceremony in addition to winning 3 Latin Billboard Awards, 3 Latin American Music Awards, 5 Premios Juventud, and 3 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. Their most successful single to date, “Reggaeton Lento,” crossed the 1-billion mark and became the “#5 Most-Viewed Video on VEVO.” Selling out 40 concerts in 15 countries in 2017 alone, the group proved its status as a touring and ticket-selling machine. Given their success, the young stars were the opening act for Latin icons Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull across the United States and Canada. Recently the band received 4 nominations to the iHeartRadio Music Awards including “Latin Song Of The Year” and “Latin Artist of The Year”; the ceremony is set to take place on March 11th in Los Angeles.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.