Two of the greatest pioneers of reggaetón, Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee, get back together after 20 years apart to give life to Muévelo, an explosive track that promises to take over the radio and digital platforms this year.
For over 20 years, Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee fans have been waiting for Los Cangris to release a new explosive record together. The wait is finally over, and today a new hit will make history in the urban genre.
The expected musical reunion happened under the production of GRAMMY®-winning brothers, Play-N-Skillz (Juan and Oscar Salinas), with support from their labels, Sony Music Latin and El Cartel Records. Additionally, the single features an interpolation of a fragment of the song, Here Comes the Hotstepper, by Ini Kamoze, which recalls the golden age of Reggae, specifically in 1994. Muevelo will also be part of the soundtrack of the film Bad Boys For Life to be released in theaters January 17.
“Yankee is my battle brother, the past does not define who we are today, and making our fans happy is the main driver of this collaboration,” says Nicky Jam.
Both artists worked closely on the composition of the single, which they present with its own music video filmed with a cinematic concept in the emblematic streets of Downtown Miami, Florida.
Under the direction of the experienced director Marlon Peña, Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee present a video with a dynamic performance and shocking action scenes, inspired by street culture with an apocalyptic air.
>“We wanted to come back, and we wanted to do it big. Delivering our fans an explosive brand-new single,” added Daddy Yankee.
Muévelo is available on all digital platforms as of today.