Puro Guayeteo Lyrics – Wisin

“Puro Guayeteo” is a high-energy reggaeton anthem featuring Wisin, Don Omar, Jowell, and Randy. The song celebrates the party scene with its infectious beat and lively lyrics. It highlights the excitement of nightlife, with references to dancing, smoking, and living carefree. The artists boast about their status and prowess, creating an atmosphere of confidence and swagger. The chorus, “La gata pide guayeteo,” reinforces the theme of indulgence and enjoyment, while verses from each artist add layers of rhythm and personality. Overall, “Puro Guayeteo” is a dynamic track that captures the essence of Latin urban culture.

Puro Guayeteo Lyrics

[Intro: Wisin & Don Omar]
Señorita, la receta tuya es perreo puro
W, Jowell y Randy
“El Rey” Don Omar
¡Don!
Tú sabes ya

[Coro: Don Omar & Wisin]
La gata pide guayeteo (¡Pa!)
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo (¡Pa!)
Toma, fuma, fuma, fuma, fumeteo
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo (Tú conoce’ el sistema)


La gata pide guayeteo (¡DO!; tra, tra, tra)
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo (Tra, tra, tra; probando)
Toma, toma, toma, fuma, fumeteo (Mr. W; ah, ah, ah)
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo (Jajaja)

[Verso 1: Wisin]
Fumeteo, guayeteo, bellaqueo (¡Ah!)
A cancha completa preseo (¡Ah!)
Cuatro shots y una cacha y siento que me mareo (Rra, rra, rra)
Cuerpo a cuerpo en la disco como si fuera boxeo, yeah
Pide veinte botellas, que yo las costeo (Doble)
Y séguele dándole duro, reggaetón del puro (Duro, duro, duro)
Ella sabe que si le meto al ritmo, lo fracturo (Duro, duro, ¡ah!)
Mi mami está clara de lo que yo facturo (Tra, tra, tra)
Por eso se monta en el Raptor como si fuera un enduro (Uh)
Y sube las revoluciones por los rincones
Se pasa guayando los pantalones (Multimillo Records)
Tu jevito es un gatito, nosotros somo’ los leones
Por eso en el VIP tienes que seguir instrucciones

[Coro: Don Omar & Wisin]
La gata pide guayeteo
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo
Toma, fuma, fuma, fuma, fumeteo
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo (Tú sabe’ quiénes somo’)


La gata pide guayeteo (Sencillo; tra)
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo (Tra)
Toma, toma, toma, fuma, fumeteo (Tra)
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo (¡Randy!)

[Verso 2: Randy & Don Omar]
Salte, que voy sin freno
Llegaron Los Más Suelto’ con otro invento
No quiero bajar la nota que tengo
Bien psicodélico el flow lo mantengo, ¿okey?
Los dejamo’ feo, la noche está pa’ un rebuleo
Cero precaución, que yo ando con el baqueo
¿Dónde están las gata’ gángster que les gusta el maleanteo?
¿Dónde están las bebecita’ que les gusta el rastrilleo?
Si hay haze, Henny
En el VIP los mío’ son twenty
Andamo’ ready siempre con la forty
Se quedan tirao’ si te pone’ funny, mmm, rrr
Haze, Henny, en el VIP los mío’ son twenty
Andamo’ ready siempre con la forty
Se quedan tirao’ si te pone’ funny (Brr)

[Coro: Don Omar & Jowell]
La gata pide guayeteo
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo
Toma, fuma, fuma, fuma, fumeteo (Fumeteo)
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo (Sí, los dejamo’)
La gata pide guayeteo (Oh, oh; tra)
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo (Maleanteo; tra)
Toma, toma, toma, fuma, fumeteo (Fumeteo; tra)
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo (Dejamo’ feo, come on)

[Verso 3: Jowell]
La kitty pide guayeteo y eso le damo’ (Oh)
Es que andamo’ bien guillao’ y a toa’ vamo’ (Ah)
No hay break, ni hay ley que no podamo’ romper (Sí, sí)
Y El Rey, en play ‘tá la movie, one take (¡Jaja!), uh-uh
Sencilla, bajamo’ a las milla’ (Oh)
Si no me controlo, es que, mai, tú te guilla’
Vamo’ a hacerlo suave en un guaye, guayeteo (¡Uh!)
La gatita el bailoteo y los gángster en el malianteo (Ah, ah)
Uh, tra, métele pa’ atrá’
Dale, rómpeme el pantalón si quiere’ má’ (Uh)
Y no te quite’, que tú estás salvaje (Ah, ah)
Que dale con ese coraje pa’ arrancarte el traje (¡Ah!)

[Coro: Don Omar]
La gata pide guayeteo (¡Don!)
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo
Toma, fuma, fuma, fuma, fumeteo (La Gerencia)
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo
La gata pide guayeteo (Tra)
Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo (Tra)
Toma, toma, toma, fuma, fumeteo (Tra)
Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo

[Outro: Wisin & Don Omar]
Hay una diferencia muy grande entre nosotro’, muchacho’
Tra, tra, tra, tra, tra, tra
Ustedes usan la fórmula que nosotros inventamo’
“El Rey” Don Omar
Ey
W
Jowell y Randy
Ustedes tienen que pagarno’ regalía’
Jajajajaja
Jumbo “El Que Produce Solo”
Hyde “El Químico”
Desde La Base
Sugar Cream

Puro Guayeteo Lyrics Explained

[Intro: Wisin & Don Omar]
The introduction sets the stage for the vibrant and energetic atmosphere that the song embodies. Wisin’s declaration that the lady’s recipe for a good time is pure dancing (“perreo puro”) hints at the essence of the reggaeton genre, known for its infectious beats and danceable rhythms. Don Omar’s self-proclamation as “El Rey” (The King) signifies his significance and authority within the genre, alongside the presence of Jowell and Randy, adding to the anticipation for what’s to come.

[Coro: Don Omar & Wisin]
In the chorus, Don Omar and Wisin establish a scene where the party is in full swing. The repetition of “La gata pide guayeteo” creates a catchy and memorable hook, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in the festivities. The arrival of gangsters with their swagger (“maleanteo”) adds an edgy and rebellious element to the party atmosphere. References to smoking (“fumeteo”) and warnings about consequences for those who don’t participate (“lo dejamo’ feo”) contribute to the song’s dynamic and spirited vibe.

[Verso 1: Wisin]
Wisin’s verse paints a vivid picture of the nightclub scene, complete with shots, dancing, and a sense of exhilaration. His references to smoking, dancing, and flirting (“fumeteo,” “guayeteo,” “bellaqueo”) capture the essence of a wild and carefree night out. Wisin’s confident assertion of his ability to afford luxuries like bottles further enhances the image of extravagance and indulgence, while his command to follow instructions in the VIP area underscores his authority and status within the party scene.

[Coro: Don Omar & Wisin]
The chorus returns with the same infectious energy as before, reinforcing the themes of celebration and unity among partygoers. Don Omar and Wisin’s repetition of the phrases “La gata pide guayeteo” and “lo dejamo’ feo” serves to emphasize the song’s central message of enjoying life to the fullest without hesitation.

[Verso 2: Randy & Don Omar]
Randy and Don Omar’s verse exudes confidence and swagger as they assert their dominance in the party scene. References to their affluent lifestyle, including mentions of alcohol brands and VIP areas, reinforce their status as leaders of the nightlife. The warning against crossing them adds a hint of danger, further enhancing their image as formidable figures within the party scene.

[Coro: Don Omar & Jowell]
In this iteration of the chorus, Don Omar and Jowell maintain the infectious energy and vibrant atmosphere established earlier. Their repetition of phrases like “fumeteo” and “lo dejamo’ feo” reinforces the party-centric theme of the song, while also underscoring their authority and dominance within the nightlife culture.

[Verso 3: Jowell]
Jowell’s verse continues the celebration of hedonistic pleasures and uninhibited fun. His references to meeting the desires of the “gatita” (kitty) and encouraging wild behavior reflect the carefree and spirited nature of the party scene. The assertive tone and references to wild antics further emphasize his confidence and authority as a party leader.

[Coro: Don Omar]
Don Omar’s repetition of the chorus once again reinforces the song’s central message of embracing life’s pleasures and living in the moment. His authoritative delivery and confident demeanor underscore his status as a kingpin of the party scene, ensuring that listeners fully immerse themselves in the festive atmosphere.

[Outro: Wisin & Don Omar]
The outro serves as a reflection on the group’s influence and impact within the music industry. Wisin and Don Omar assert their originality and success, suggesting that others should pay homage to their contributions. The acknowledgments to the production team highlight the collaborative effort behind the song, underscoring the collective talent and creativity that went into its creation.

Famous Phrases with Meaning

1. “La gata pide guayeteo” (The cat demands partying)
This phrase symbolizes the desire for a lively and energetic atmosphere, often associated with the party culture of reggaeton. It suggests a call to action for everyone to let loose and have a good time.

2. “Llegan los gángster con el maleanteo” (The gangsters arrive with their swagger)
This line describes the entrance of individuals with confidence and charisma, often associated with the street-smart attitude prevalent in urban music. It adds an element of edginess and rebelliousness to the scene.

3. “Toma, fuma, fuma, fuma, fumeteo” (Take it, smoke, smoke, smoke, smoking)
These words emphasize the indulgent and carefree behavior commonly associated with partying, including activities like drinking and smoking. It reflects a hedonistic approach to nightlife and celebration.

4. “Al que se tire lo dejamo’ feo” (Whoever doesn’t join, we make them look bad)
This phrase conveys a sense of camaraderie and unity among those participating in the festivities. It suggests that those who don’t engage in the party atmosphere will be seen unfavorably or left out.

5. “El Rey” Don Omar
This title signifies Don Omar’s status and authority within the reggaeton genre. It emphasizes his prominence and leadership among other artists, adding to his persona as a dominant figure in the music industry.

FAQs

Who has sung “Puro Guayeteo” song?
Wisin, Don Omar, Jowell, Randy have sung “Puro Guayeteo” song.

Who wrote the lyrics of “Puro Guayeteo” song?
Wisin, Don Omar, Jowell, Randy have written the lyrics of “Puro Guayeteo” song.

Who has given the music of “Puro Guayeteo” song?
Wisin, Don Omar, Jowell, Randy have given the music of “Puro Guayeteo” song.

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