Natti Natasha learns Korean from Momoland

Mexico.- Music barriers seem to be disappearing little by little and this has been demonstrated by the urban singer Natti Natasha, who is learning Korean from the group Momoland.

The Latin singer and the girl band made a collaboration together “Yummy Yummy Love”, which can now be heard on all streaming platforms, in addition to having a video that exceeds 30 million views.

Through her social networks, Natti Natasha bragged about how well she gets along with the girls in the group, who are in Mexico City, so she shared a video where they are seen very happy talking.

“We’re trending with #YummyYummyLove, keep playing the song with my girls @MMLD_Official. I still want to learn to say other things,” she wrote on her Twitter.

Momoland will sing this song live next Saturday in the TV Azteca program ” Así se baila ” in which they are the guest artists. Nancy, Nayun, Hyebin, Ahin, Jane and Jooe were also visiting Monterrey and Guadalajara.



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