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Posted March 9, 2011 by Global Vito in Music
 
 

MALUCA LAUNCHES WEPASODE SERIES!

WEPA: Pronounced Weh-pah: A word of jubilation that is uttered by mainly Hispanics, especially within the Puerto Rican community. It normally is yelled at high volumes in a nasal manner, especially after something that is celebrated. “Wepa” normally means, “All right! Good job! Congratulations! Yeah!” When saying, “Wepa!,” you must hold the “e” for the longest amount of time, and “a” for just as long. Variations are also acceptable.

Last Sunday on Dominican Independence Day, MALUCA launched her brand new WEPASODE series which will give viewers an up-close-and-personal look into the life of the Mad Decent mami as she runs wild from rehearsal to performances to food stamp offices and beyond. Stay tuned for more WEPASODES from New York’s own ghetto-tech goddess as she gets down with everyone from Lil’ B to Nina Sky to ODB! WEPA!

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Contact:
Kate Pritchard – kate@rpmmsc.com
Vaughn Richard – vaughn@rpmmsc.com