Latin snare and reggaetón hefty hitters join for their first full-length project together.
Anuel AA and Ozuna have effectively each settled themselves as incredible figures in Latin pop, reliably delivering diagram clinchers both in Latin America and across the globe. The pair have just teamed up various occasions on hits like “Adicto,” “Cambio,” and “Patek,” and their set up science is on full presentation as the pair set down 12 additional tracks together for their high anticipated joint collection Los Dioses (The Gods).
Champions from the collection incorporate the fourth track “Risks,” which shows the couple surfing on an uptempo reggaeton beat sufficiently dazzling to make anybody wish dance club were open once more. “RD” is another champion, a somewhat enticing snare roused tune wrote as a tribute to the Dominican Republic. “Nena Buena,” “Contra el Mundo,” and the collection’s last track “Municiones,” are likewise all highpoints of the venture.
“There’s no other craftsman that I feel streams and hits consummately with me,” Anuel AA revealed to Apple Music in a meeting for the collection about making music with Ozuna. “My main tunes are with him, and he thinks the equivalent of mine.” He proceeded, “The name Los Dioses came about on the grounds that I’m not human,” Anuel says. “It is because of God that we are in this world class association.”
Tune in to Los Dioses and let us understand your opinion about the team’s joint exertion down in the remarks.