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LF Content Team | Updated on 02 February 2023
Learning Spanish with CNCO's music is a great way to learn! It is fun, engaging, and includes a cultural aspect that is often missing from other language learning methods. So music and song lyrics are a great way to supplement your learning and stay motivated to keep learning Spanish!
Below are 4 song recommendations by CNCO to get you started learning Spanish! We have full lyric translations and lessons for each of the songs recommended below, so check out all of our resources. We hope you enjoy learning Spanish with CNCO!
CNCO is a Latin American boy band formed in 2015 by the Latin American music competition show La Banda. The group consists of five members: Joel Pimentel, Richard Camacho, Erick Brian Colón, Christopher Vélez, and Zabdiel de Jesús. CNCO has achieved international success with their upbeat Latin pop and reggaeton music. Their debut single, "Tan Fácil," was released in 2015 and quickly became a hit in Latin America. The group's debut album, Primera Cita, was released in 2016 and reached number one on the US Latin Albums chart, with 4 more albums and EP's coming after. On July 21, 2022, the band announced that they would be breaking up to focus on their solo careers, but would continue as a group for another year and a half.
1 Entra en Mi Vida (Enter My Life)
2 Llegaste Tú (You Arrived)
3 Reggaetón Lento (Slow Reggaeton)
4 Tan Fácil (So Easy)
Entra en Mi Vida (Enter My Life)
Buenas noches, mucho gusto
Eras una chica más
Después de cinco minutos
Ya eras alguien especial
Good evening, nice to meet you
You were one more girl
After five minutes
You were already someone special
Entra en Mi Vida by CNCO is a song about the power of love and how it can take over in an instant. It tells the story of two people who meet and quickly realize that they have a special connection. The lyrics express the narrator's desire to have the other person in his life, and how he has come to need her. He opens the door to his heart and invites her in, promising that there will be no more lonely nights. The song is a reminder that love can happen in an instant and that it is worth taking a chance on.
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Llegaste Tú (You Arrived)
Dejé de creer
Me hizo un indolente, un mujeriego
Dejé de creer en el amor
Dejé de sentir
I stopped believing
I became indolent, a womanizer
I stopped believing in love
I stopped feeling
CNCO's song "Llegaste Tú" is a romantic ballad about the power of love. The lyrics tell the story of a person who had given up on love and was feeling cold and lonely until they met someone special. This person changed everything, and the narrator is now feeling a strong and passionate love that they never expected. The chorus of the song emphasizes the suddenness and intensity of the narrator's newfound love, asking "¿Qué está pasando? ¿Qué estoy sintiendo? Que así de violento yo me enamoré." (What is happening? What am I feeling? That so intensly I fell in love)
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Reggaetón Lento (Slow Reggaeton)
Qué bien se ve
Me trae loco su figura
Ese trajecito corto le queda bien
Combinado con su lipstick color café
How good she looks
Her figure makes me crazy
That short dress looks good on her
Combined with her lipstick color coffee
In Reggaetón Lento by CNCO, the narrator is captivated by a woman's beauty and invites her to dance. He encourages her to let go of her inhibitions and join him in a slow reggaeton, one of those that have not been danced in a long time. He admires her figure, her short outfit, and her lipstick color, and is mesmerized by her waist when she dances. He invites all the single ladies and those who are not to join them on the dance floor and move without fear. He promises her that every minute spent with her is like a dream and encourages her to be brave and do it now.
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Tan Fácil (So Easy)
Yo quiero que tus ojos me miren
Y que tus labios me besen
Para que nunca me olvides
Dime qué te parece
I want your eyes to look at me
And your lips to kiss me
So that you never forget me
Tell me what you think
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We have more songs with translations on our website and mobile app. You can find the links to the website and our mobile app below. We hope you enjoy learning Spanish with music!