This warm-up (7-25 minutes, depending on if you have students just watch the interview clip and fill in the missing words or watch, answer the five questions on the back, and discuss) has students watch the first minute and a half of Puerto Rican reggaeton star Don Omar's interview with Don Francisco (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ku5GApKqYU - or google Don Omar Don Francisco - make sure you can access YouTube video before downloading this lesson!) in which he talks about success, identity, family, faith, etc. The five questions after (two Clozelines per page and two sets of questions on the next page for easy copying) are personal questions for the students, related to the interview, about their feelings on success and how it can affect them. Could easily be extended to a full-class lesson if students get talking (or if you decide to show and discuss the full 9 minute interview clip). I have also used this lesson successfully in Spanish 4, and I think it would even work with levels 2 (advanced) and 3.