Produced by Simon Restrepo and released via WK Records, with CNCO appearing courtesy of Sony Music Latin, “Pa’ Que Guaye” is an edgy reggaeton track that fuses urban beats with sultry R&B melodies.
The beats and lyrics in “Guaye,” Puerto Rican slang for “grinding” or dancing, are set to get music lovers on the dance floor.
The artists first unveiled the audio on Sept. 16, followed by an official dance video to get the social media hype started. Now, Rose and CNCO present the music video helmed by director Kath D. of 2WS Films. In the clip, we see Rose and CNCO crushing on the same girl as they croon to her in a nightclub setting.
“Pa’ Que Guaye” follows CNCO’s “Toa’ La Noche,” their debut single as a quartet after Joel Pimentel announced his exit from the group this spring. Released Aug. 4, “Toa’ La Noche” currently has more than 10 million views on YouTube.
Watch their new collaboration below: