Produced by Cromo X and Lanalizer, “Condena” forms part of Bry’s debut studio album Organico, a project that was long overdue for loyal fans and is home to 16 songs including the previously-released “Cositas,” “Te Falle” and “Borracho,” to name a few.
To the beat of sultry R&B melodies, “Condena,” which translates to a prison sentence, narrates the story of a man who wants to spend time with his love interest one last time, in case tomorrow’s not guaranteed. “Don’t forget about me the day I’m not here,” the artists chant.
The mysterious cinematographic video, directed by Abez Medina with production house One Percent Studios in Puerto Rico and featuring the two Puerto Rican artists, highlights unrequited love, betrayal and a prisoner’s tale. In the clip, Brytiago is seduced by a woman whose partner is in jail.
“Respect for anyone who is in prison or lost his life trying to take a plate of food home,” a message at the end of the clip states. “Criminality is not justified, but the one who walks in a suit and tie is responsible, seeing how he has power and allows his fellow men to be destroyed.”
Watch the music video for “Condena” below: