“It’s a song that I started composing with DVLP and Capi in Miami. I immediately thought that it had to be a collaboration,” Tangana tells Billboard. “Honestly, I like Natti’s tone, it’s strong. It also had to be someone who had an intense record because the beat is heavy.”
The song invites everyone to live the best of each moment. It should be noted that the participation of Natti Natasha gives the song a subtle tone but which in turn matches the personality of El Madrileño (Tangana’s popular nickname).
The “Viene y Va” clip, directed by Cliqua (RJ Sanchez and Pasqual Gutiérrez), who also created videos for Rosalía, J Balvin, among others, pays tribute to the film noir genre classic movies. Filmed in black-and-white with a 16mm lens, the video turns both artists into the perfect femme fatale and boxer tandem.
Natti Natasha now joins the C. Tangana’s collabs list, which includes Rosalía (“Antes de Morirme”), Becky G (“Booty”) and Paloma Mami (“No te Debí Besar”).
Watch “Viene y Va” video.