From 'Odisea' to 'Nibiru': Ozuna's Album Evolution, In His Own Words

Ozuna has done it again. For the third consecutive year, he debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums, this time, with his new album Nibiru.

And on this week’s episode of Billboard’s The Latin Factor podcast, Ozuna talks about his three albums in interviews conducted in 2017, 2018 and 2019, at the time he released Odisea, Aura and Nibiru, respectively.

"Nibiru is something very difficult to explain because it is different," the singer says at the beginning of the podcast, which stops and goes back to his first interview with Billboard.

At that time, Ozuna used to write songs at any time. Honestly -- any time, anywhere. The album described his history, his essence.

A year later, Aura arrived and established him as an urban artist. The set was born because his fans asked for a lot of music. Back then, Ozuna realized that he was famous. "You can't do many things you did before, go to the disco, go out with your children."

In November, Billboard met again with Ozuna, this time to talk about Nibiru, which, according to the artist, is "a concept that was developed with time to find different producers and artists."

Listen to the Ozuna's 2017, 2018 and 2019 interviews in the podcast below, and check out his musical evolution on Billboard.