In addition to having some new ad-libs from Pharrell, “Uno Más (Remix)” features Miguel on the hook, a verse from Wiz Khalifa, and an appearance by J Alvarez, which lends itself nicely to the revamped reggaeton sound that turned crossover tracks like “Mi Gente” and “Despacito” into standout hits.
On the track, N.O.R.E. reflects on his “20-year career,” saying that while most of his peers were just one-hit wonders, he has proven to be a cut above the rest. The rapper also attempts to bridge the gap between those who are well aware of who the Queens native is, and the ones that need to be put on game. “You don’t know who I am?” he raps. “Go ask your mothers/You got O.G.s, go ask your brothers…They gon’ tell you that N.O.R.E. came to play to win/2018 feels like ’98 again.”
When N.O.R.E. and Pharrell/The Neptunes get together to collaborate on a track, they know how to make a banger. For further proof, just check out “Finito,” “Nothin’,” “SuperThug,” and “The Problem (LAWWWDDD)."
Listen to the track "Uno Más (Remix)" via Apple Music or below via Spotify.
And for comparison purposes, here's the OG version, along with the new video for it: