Ozuna Jokes With Selena Gomez, Bad Bunny Is a Cover Star and More Latin Notas
This week in Latin Notas, see what happened behing-the-scenes as Ozuna, DJ Snake, Selena Gomez and Cardi B filmed their new video.
Also, The Fader revealed a new cover with Bad Bunny, Shakira and Maluma celebrated the “Clandestino” video receiving 100 million views on YouTube, and salsa singer Jerry Rivera suffered from an accident in Ecuador.
Check out the newest edition of Billboard's Latin Notas below.
Ozuna jokes around with DJ Snake, Selena Gomez, and Cardi B
Español, please! DJ Snake shared a funny moment on Instagram Tuesday (Aug. 28) while he was recording a new video with Ozuna, Selena Gomez and Cardi B. What happened? Well, William Sami Étienne Grigahcine, known professionally as DJ Snake, was recording a selfie video giving some French classes to his collaborators, but Ozuna couldn’t memorize his lines and decided to go fully in Spanish. Watch the video:
Bad Bunny Covers The FADER's Fall Fashion Issue
The Fader revealed their new fall fashion issue with the Puerto Rican trap singer Bad Bunny on Tuesday (Aug. 28). Fader visited the singer at his home in Puerto Rico for the interview, in which he explains his unique approach to music, style, and his recent collaborations with Cardi B, Ozuna, and Drake. Bad Bunny also details the process of working on his upcoming album La Nueva Religion. “What I want for this record -- the sounds, the vibe, the ambiance -- are more of the things I like, more of me, more of what I am, and more of what I think is my generation, those born in the ’90s and the ’00s," he says. "From childhood, I’ve had a lot of goals of things that I want to do in music. When I release my record, there are going to be more songs to give people an understanding that my musical concept can be different — but also me.”
Shakira and Maluma celebrate a new milestone
Shakira and Maluma’s “Clandestino” just hit 100 million views on YouTube. Maluma posted an Instagram photo celebrating the milestone, and both thanked their fans for the support.
Salsa singer Jerry Rivera suffers an accident during a concert in Ecuador
Over the weekend, while making his entrance on an elevator from the bottom of the stage, Rivera didn’t immediately leave the area, and the elevator sank quickly. Rivera fell to the bottom of the platform taking the singer, and underwent surgery.