Dangerous Bunny has shared a brand new music video for ‘El Apagón’ alongside a documentary about his native Puerto Rico.
The documentary, titled Aquí Vive Gente (Folks Dwell Right here), performs after the official video for the brand new single on YouTube, and is narrated by Bianca Graulau.
Within the quick movie, a plethora of points in Puerto Rico are mentioned, together with rising lease costs, social and financial points and the event of luxurious lodging.
Watch the music video for ‘El Apagón’ and the Aquí Vive Gente (Folks Dwell Right here) documentary beneath.
Dangerous Bunny launched his new album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ in Might of this 12 months. In a four-star overview of the album, NME wrote: “After all, 23 tracks is rather a lot to absorb, particularly for those who’re listening to ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ on the bus to work reasonably than a balmy seaside. However there’s no sense of bet-hedging in its prolonged runtime and no actual filler.
“It’s the sound of an artist in his imperial section doing as he pleases while not having to attempt too onerous: not only a low-key flex, however a richly entertaining hear.”
‘Un Verano Sin Ti’, which interprets to ‘A Summer time With out You’, is Dangerous Bunny’s fourth file, and the follow-up to 2020’s ‘El Último Tour Del Mundo’. He introduced the brand new album a month forward of its launch by a categorised automotive advert, which included a telephone quantity for followers to dial.
The brand new LP, produced with MAG, Tainy, and extra, includes 23 tracks, together with a quantity collaborations: ‘Me Porto Bonito’ with Chencho Corleone, ‘Tarot’ with Jhayco, ‘Andrea’ with Buscabulla and ‘La Corriente’ with Tony Dize.