Quevedo y My mind They have joined forces again in Hello good, a collaboration published in Spain in the early hours of September 21 to 22. The two artists had promoted this single days before, posing in front of a banner hanging in Madrid with a text that plays with the first verse of the song: “Hello, I wouldn’t want to bother.”
The Canarian and the Granada native coincide again in this reggaeton style song. Both are credited as composers with their real names, Pedro Luis Domínguez Quevedo y Miguel Cantos Gomez.
The lyrics of this work revolve around a relationship that broke down and the possibility of resuming it. “I miss the fights, the screams and the fucking. I don’t know what happened to us. We went from ‘I love you’ to ‘I can’t stand you’,” says one of the stanzas. “And even if I wake up and you’re not there, there is no reason for us to be so close and so far at the same time“, indicates part of the chorus.
The video of Hello good It is the work of Felix Bollaindirector who had been in charge of the previous single by Quevedo. The piece, which begins with a phone call, has Natalia Azahara as the protagonist of the breakup talked about in the song. The two performers appear in different scenes in which the memories of a romance are combined.
Quevedo y My mind They had already worked together on Jordan 1a song from 2022 prior to the great success of the first together with Shaving. The Andalusian reunited with his professional colleague in 2023 in the Polaris remix, of which they are also a part Swept y Mora. Hello good It succeeds Columbia, the single that the Canarian rapper presented at the beginning of July and his first unreleased solo work since the release of his album Where I want to be.