Ozuna's New Christmas Song 'Llego La Navidad' Highlights Puerto Rican Holiday Spirit: Watch

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Ozuna & Generación Escogida ft. Christian Nieves, "Llegó la Navidad"

Between being Billboard’s Top Latin Artist of the year and YouTube’s most-watched artist globally, Ozuna has a lot to celebrate. Now, the Puerto Rican singer puts a bow on his successful 2018 with the release of his very own Christmas song.

On Wednesday (Dec. 12), Ozuna released “Llego La Navidad” (Christmas Is Here), a collaboration with Puerto Rican children’s group Generación Escogida and musician Christian Nieves. The song was presented by Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares and the executive director of the Tourism Company of Puerto Rico, Carla Campos, with the mission of inviting tourists to spend their holidays in the Isla del Encanto.

With lyrics such as “After the storm comes the Christmas colors” and “The longest and most beautiful holidays in the world are found in Puerto Rico,” the song sheds light on the lively spirit and colorful culture of Puerto Ricans, despite the obstacles.

Produced by Chris Jeday and Gaby Music, Ozuna feels grateful for being part of this festive song. “It’s important that we continue to show our children and youth the essence of Puerto Rican music and culture,” he said, according to Diario Metro. "With this song, we celebrate the spirit and joy of our people and keep our Christmas traditions alive."

Watch the music video for “Llego la Navidad” below.

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