Abusadora

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"Abusadora"
Single by Wisin & Yandel
from the album La Revolución
Released June 02, 2009
Format Digital download
Genre Eurodance, reggaeton, latin pop
Length 2:57
Label WY Records, Machete
Writer(s) Wisin & Yandel, Tainy
Producer(s) Tainy
Wisin & Yandel singles chronology
"Mujeres In The Club"
(2009)
"Abusadora"
(2009)
"All Up 2 You"
(2009)

(Not to be confused with "Abusadora" by latin artist Wilfrido Vargas)

"Abusadora" (English: Abusive Woman) is the second single by Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel from their album La Revolución. The music video has been airplay on Mun2 and Mtv3. At the 10th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, the song won the award for Best Urban Song. This a has been the third song recorded in Spanish to be nominated for a MTV Video Music Award behind Shakira's "La Tortura" and Daddy Yankee's "Gasolina" in 2005.

Music video[edit]

Wisin & Yandel in the music video for "Abusadora".

Development[edit]

The music video was filmed in Death Valley, California and directed by Jessy Terrero. It was premiered on June 2, 2009.

Synopsis[edit]

In the video Wisin & Yandel are driving buggies in the desert sand. "Abusadora" was nominated for a 2009 MTV Video Music Awards in the category of "Best Pop Video". The video became the first Spanish video to be nominated in this category.[1] To date the video has received over 38 million views on the popular website YouTube.[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Charts[edit]

"Abusadora" became the duo's 5th number 1 hit on the Hot Latin Songs chart, the song was also entered on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles from the Billboard chart at number 14.[3]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[4] 34
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[5] 1
US Billboard Latin Tropical Songs 1
US Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay[6] 1
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles[3] 14
Venezuela (Record Report)[7] 6
Preceded by
"Causa y Efecto" by Paulina Rubio
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs number-one single
August 1, 2009
Succeeded by
"Lo Intentamos" by Espinoza Paz
Preceded by
"Yo No Sé Mañana" by Luis Enrique
U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs number-one single
August 1, 2009
Succeeded by
"Yo No Se Mañana" by Luis Enrique

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