Residente Shares Behind the Scenes Video of New Single: Watch

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Residente in a behind the scenes video.

Residente is just days from dropping the first single of his anticipated solo album, for which he traveled the world to make music "based on his DNA."

Ahead of the track, which is set to drop on Friday (Jan. 13), the Puerto Rican singer and songwriter took to social media to share how the new single was crafted in the border of Mongolia with Siberian musicians.

"This is how we made the music of my first single ... I made music along with Siberian musicians from Tuva, located in central Asia," he captioned the post.

Watch the trailer below:

Siberia Trailer

Así fue que hicimos la música de mi primer sencillo que sale el 13 de enero. La música la hice junto a músicos siberianos de la república de Tuva localizada en el centro de Asia fronterizo con Mongolia. This is how we made the music of my first single which comes out on January 13th. I made the music along with Siberian musicians from Tuva located in central Asia by the border of Mongolia.

Posted by Residente on Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Last December, the Latin Grammy and Grammy-winning artist launched a website to go along with his new musical project, which includes an interactive map and snippets of the new songs, and a documentary with footage detailing his journey from Russia to Ghana and Spain, among many other countries.  


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