Maluma's crossover mission is going strong.
On Thursday, the Colombian singer unleashed his fourth studio album 11:11, featuring a diverse mix of international superstars that include Ty Dolla Sign, Madonna, Ozuna, Ricky Martin, and Nicky Jam. Maluma spoke about the project earlier this year, as he prepared to drop its lead single "HP."
"I wanted to change my vibe, because my last album [F.A.M.E.] was a kind of dark," Maluma told Complex. "When I started doing my music again, experiencing my evolution and all these things, I was thinking about how I was living a beautiful life. My personal life, my career is wonderful. I was trying to find a lot of colors. So when I called the director of the video, I was telling him that I wanted to show how I happy I am in my life. I wanted it to look like a new Maluma—a rebirth."
You can stream the 16-track project on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify.
Maluma will kick off the album's supporting world tour next week. The North American leg will start Sept. 6 in San Diego.