Joining forces to flaunt their powerhouse vocals and reassure fans that music runs in their blood, “Menti” forms part of Fernandez’s recent studio album Hecho en México, which debuted at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart dated Feb. 29, 2020. With his new coronation, Fernández became the first act to achieve No. 1s on Top Latin Albums in the 1990s, ‘00s, ‘10s, and ‘20s.
The music video shows cartoon versions of Alejandro and Vicente wearing their symbolic charro suits as they try to win back the women in their life.
In a very old-fashioned manner, Alejandro is seen serenading his lady in hopes she comes out of her room to forgive him. Chente, on the other hand, can be found at a western bar thinking about his love interest. Towards the end of the video, inspired by the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, the two reunite with their women and promise to learn from their mistakes.
In addition to the clip, Billboard exclusively reveals a set of never-before-seen photos of the two artists, further spotlighting their undeniable father and son bond that so many love and admire.
Watch the video and see the rare photos below: