Noche de Entierro (Nuestro Amor)

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"Noche de Entierro (Nuestro Amor)"
Single by Luny Tunes featuring Tainy, Wisin & Yandel, Daddy Yankee, Hector "El Father", Zion and Tony Tun Tun
from the album Mas Flow: Los Benjamins
Released October 2006
Format Airplay
Recorded August 2006
Genre Reggaeton
Length 4:23
Label Machete, Mas Flow
Writer(s) Gabriel Antonio Cruz Padilla
Producer(s) Luny Tunes, Tainy and Doble A & Nales
Luny Tunes chronology
"Mayor Que Yo"
(2005)
"Noche de Entierro"
(2006)
"Royal Rumble"
(2006)
Daddy Yankee chronology
"Machucando"
(2006)
"Noche de Entierro"
(2006)
"El Truco"
(2006)
Wisin & Yandel chronology
"El Teléfono"
(2006)
"Noche de Entierro"
(2006)
"Pegao"
(2006)
Hector "El Father" chronology
"El Teléfono"
(2006)
"Noche de Entierro"
(2006)
"Sola"
(2006)
Tony Tun-Tun chronology
"Mayor Que Yo"
(2005)
"Noche de Entierro"
(2006)

"Noche de Entierro (Nuestro Amor)" (English: Night to Bury (Our Love)) is a reggaeton song performed by artists Daddy Yankee, Wisin & Yandel, Hector "El Father", Zion and Tony Tun Tun. The song was produced by Luny Tunes, Tainy and Doble A & Nales and written by Gabriel Padilla. The song was featured in Mas Flow: Los Benjamins and is one of the most successful songs in the history of the genre. It is usually seen as a sequel to Mayor Que Yo. "Noche De Entierro" features music instruments like flute, accordion, guitar, bass and electric keyboard.

Music video[edit]

The music video features all the artists in separate places, accompanied with a group of girls dancing a choreography. Zion doesn't appear in the music video as well as his verse on the song (Luny Tunes and Tainy appear on the video during Zion's verse instead). The video version of the song has a little different instrumental, in which is aggregate an electric keyboard effect and the bass (the same instrumental was used for the remix version).

Personnel[edit]

Lyrics[edit]

Noche De Entierro is a love song, who talks about a man who doesn't want to be with his girlfriend anymore, because she apparently prefers to be in love with another man. It also has a sexual theme, because near the end of the song Wisin says that one year later their separation, he want to have a "night of bury" (casual sex). The entire song was written and composed by the prestigious reggaeton composer Wise, who also wrote the previous Luny Tunes' hit Mayor Que Yo.

Other Remixes and Versions[edit]

  • The radio-released remix included Daddy Yankee, Hector El Father, Ivy Queen, Jowell & Randy and Arcángel & De La Ghetto which was never released on the album.
  • On the album Los Benjamins: La Continuación there appeared two remixes of the song:
    • The first was titled "Lo Nuestro Se Fue (Cumbia Remix)" which was sung by Ivy Queen, Alex Rivera, Daddy Yankee and Wisin.
    • The second remix "Luny Tunes and Nales Remix" was a Noche De Entierro Hip hop-Reggaeton remix whose English verses was sung by Nales of Doble A & Nales, Daddy Yankee and Wisin.
  • Ivy Queen and Wisin & Yandel performed the song on her 2008 World Tour that has held from the Coliseum of Puerto Rico. However, during the song as Ivy began her first verse, Yandel were sent out early and he began to sing causing Queen to lose her verse. Since it wasn't Yandel's turn to perform, Wisin had to wait until Yandel sang again to then sing his verse.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2006/2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[1] 27
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs[2] 6
U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay[3] 4
U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay[4] 3
U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles[5] 23
Venezuela Top Latino (Record Report)[6] 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ Latin Pop Airplay - Billboard.com Accessed February 18, 2009
  2. ^ Hot Latin Songs - Billboard.com Accessed February 18, 2009
  3. ^ Latin Tropical Airplay - Billboard.com Accessed February 18, 2009
  4. ^ Latin Rhythm Airplay - Billboard.com Accessed February 18, 2009
  5. ^ Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles - Billboard.com Accessed February 18, 2009
  6. ^ Top Latino - Record Report. Archived from the original Archived January 19, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. on 2013-02-07. Retrieved 2013-02-07.