black Eyed Peas It is an American group that has impacted its fans with its new music during the quarantine with the song “Mamacita”, which last but not least is a collaboration between the Puerto Rican Ozuna and the young artist J. Rey Soul.
“Mamacita”, came accompanied by its respective music video and is now available on all digital platforms, with more than 5 and a half million reproductions in Youtube.
Remember that this new song comes just after the success of “Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life)” where they collaborated with the Colombian singer J Balvin, the band announced the release of “Mamacita”, a theme that also has an urban touch.
To announce the theme, the group wrote in a publication: “Put us in your life with the new mix, now available on digital platforms.”
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Listening to the song, it can be seen that it talks about a couple of lovers, while he describes it with the lyrics of the song and invites her to dance later.
Winners of six Grammy Awards, Black Eyed Peas – known for their musical fusions due to the mix of culture of their members – returns with “Mamacita” by Ozuna, holder of four Guinness records.
For Ozuna, “Mamacita” is the most recent single since he released his third album “Nibiru”. From this album, this week he added with the song “Fantasía” two new “number one” in the charts “Latin Airplay” and “Latin Rhythm Airplay” on Billboard.
Meanwhile, J.Rey Soul, whose first name is Jessica Reynoso, was a past finalist in the competition “The Voice” (La Voz), in the Philippines. The singer is of African-American and Filipino descent, as is Apl.de.ap.
Black Eyed Peas fans know J.Rey Soul well for his great contributions to the album “Masters of the Sun Vol. 1” (2018) and his performances during his 2019 tour of Europe, Latin America and Asia.
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The song “Mamacita” also features a music video, directed by Julien Christian Lutz, “Director X”, while Black Eyed Peas, meanwhile, returns with “Mamacita”, after achieving success with “RITMO (Bad Boys For Life) “, in which the Colombian urban artist J. Balvin collaborated.