Ozuna Explains the Real Meaning of “Taki Taki” | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Published on June 25, 2021

Ozuna talks about his Tonight Show debut with José Feliciano, starring in the upcoming Fast & Furious film F9 and working with DJ Snake, Selena Gomez and Cardi B on the song “Taki Taki.”

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  • 이CU 1 month ago

    first comment

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  • Random Moments With Kelly 1 month ago

    I love Jimmy Fallon and The Roots!!!! 🙏✌️❤️👊👋

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  • Jorge Ramos 1 month ago

    Look at Ozuna man. So inspirational

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  • Random Moments With Kelly 1 month ago

    Takis are Spanish snacks spicy as hell!!!!

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  • Faty Madrid 1 month ago

    Love thisss

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  • K Parker 1 month ago

    He’s so fine

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  • Hollins23 1 month ago

    Is that a picture of himself on the wall behind him?

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  • idk idk 1 month ago

    Taki taki

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  • Max Inpains 1 month ago

    I don’t understand his English …sorry . I need subtitles 🤔
    Btw, “Taki Taki ” is a Snack .🤣

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  • OddOneOut665 1 month ago

    Jimmy, how disappointing. You couldn’t do some Virtual Egg Roulette with him???

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  • Malbeamc 1 month ago

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  • Nonexistentjams 1 month ago

    He’s a king honestly.

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  • A.F. V. 1 month ago

    I don’t know Ozuna but I don’t like him already. He has a vision of being a capitalist extremist, who aims to accumulate wealth as fast as possible and retire at 35. Then, he aims to corroborate and in courage the super wealthy into move out the planet and go off in space, like the moon? That shows how little culture and little appreciation he has for protecting or doing what is right for the planet.
    If a worm like ozuna aims to go with musk or bezos out of this planet it would be delightful to see is worm getting tha f. Out of the way. Good luck going to the moon. Maybe ozuma could get the chance on the way to the moon and read about wtf the moon has to offer to humans. F. Ignorant

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  • New Message 1 month ago

    That’s what my youngest called tacos when she was 3.

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  • Sanz Rodriguez 1 month ago

    DIMELO OZU

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