The title comes from the Caribbean English pronunciation of Wind up, meaning to move one's hips on the dance floor. Associated Content had a positive review of the song, stating "On the song Kat goes back forth between singing in English and Spanish.The song is catchy and fills a void currently in the marketplace.When she was 12, De Luna performed onstage and was heard by Milly Quezada who commended her vocals.Friends and family recognized her talent at an early age, but it was not until she moved back to the United States at age 14, to Newark, New Jersey, that De Luna realized her potential as a singer.
At a young age, De Luna and her family moved to the Dominican Republic.
is an Dominican-American singer, songwriter and dancer.
Born in Victoria, British Columbia, raised in The Bronx to Dominican parents, De Luna began pursuing a career as a singer when she was a teenager.
Her debut studio album, 9 Lives (2007), failed to see the success of its lead single.
The album's third single, "Run the Show", became a hit in various territories, and reached number two on the Hot Dance Club Play chart.