Reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel will release a two-volume live album in August. The live album will be supported by a new studio single, “Estoy Enamorado,” (“I’m in love”). According to a video treatment obtained by Billboard, the video, directed by Jessy Terrero, depicts families and communities being torn apart by Arizona’s newly-enacted immigration enforcement law.

From the treatment:
“As the song surges towards the climax Yandel, Maya [the female lead] and the crowd of people following them arrive on the steps of the city’s courthouse for a massive protest! Wisin joins the crowd at the frontlines
next to Yandel. The guys perform as the camera swoops through the crowd and graphically frames them against the culturally diverse crowd that stand up in support behind them. The track comes to a close and we end with Wisin and Yandel looking stoic, standing in front of the masses as we fade to black.”

Wisin & Yandel will be touring the U.S. this summer on the second leg of
their “La Revolucion” tour, which hit Arizona last year. They will release a
new album, "Los Vaqueros 2," before year's end.