In the eight-track set, the Colombian singer and Puerto Rican artist blend their individual flow, essence and roots, bringing to life an album filled with old-school perreo, sensual traps and global reggaeton fusions.
Not only did the boys surprise fans with a joint production, but they are also blessing them with brand-new music videos too. From June until now, Balvin and Bunny have dropped music videos for five of the eight tracks, including their first single “Que Pretendes”; “Yo Le Llego,” where the boys are seeing cruising the streets of Puerto Rico in a floating boat; and “Cuidao Por Ahi,” which was filmed in Mykonos, Greece and shows the two reggaeton stars — in creepy masks and bloody makeup — terrorizing the town.
All videos have been filmed by director Colin Tilley, except “Un Peso,” which was filmed live at the Uforia Music Concert in Dallas with the participation of Cantero. Three songs from Oasis have yet to release a music video: “Mojaita,” “Odio,” and “Como un Bebe.”
As they continue to redefine the Latin music industry, one hit (and video) at a time, watch the clips and vote for your favorite one below:
“Yo Le Llego”
“Cuidao Por Ahi”