Ozuna Can't Deny His Sweet Tooth In Video For New Single 'Caramelo'
By James Dinh
June 12, 2020
If you have a sweet tooth, Ozuna is back with a piece of "Caramelo."
On Thursday (June 11), the Puerto Rican-Dominican singer unleashed a brand-new track, which clocks in at under four minutes and was produced by Tainy, José "Hyde" Cotto, HiMusicHiFlow and Legazzy Beatz. With hypnotic production to pair, the song hears the star unravel a tale of two people with a bond that cannot be denied. "I tried you again, your mouth does not lose its candy flavor/ We let ourselves go, you are my bandit and I am your bandit," he sings in a translation reported by Billboard. Expect more songs to follow as Ozuna recently transformed his boat into a recording studio amid the COVID-19 lockdown to work on new music.
In addition to the track's release, the reggaetonero also dropped the accompanying music video, which was directed by Nuno Gomes, and remains just as sugar-coated as you'd imagine. In a land of scantily clad women, sugar and scorching heat, Ozuna brings the song's theme to life as he's surrounded by ladies snacking on a number of different sweets. "Caramello" follows the release of "Mamacita," his collaboration with the Black Eyed Peas and J. Rey Soul.
Earlier this year, it was announced that Ozuna nabbed four Guinness World Record titles, including an accolade as the male artist with the most weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart for his 2017 LP, Odisea. Additionally, he was also crowned the most-watched artist on YouTube in 2019, with seven one-billion viewed videos on the platform.
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