J Balvin has shared his new studio album Colores.
Produced by Sky Rompiendo, the project marks the Colombian artist’s first full-length release since 2019’s Oasis with Bad Bunny, and his first solo project since 2018’s Vibras. Balvin teased the album at the end of February, when he unveiled the official cover art created by Takashi Murakami.
“Colors are... universal; they're the first thing we learn before we even learn how to count," he told Miami New Times this week. “…Every song [on the album] is a different world, and thanks to the work of people like Murakami, I'm able to continue uplifting our Latin culture, our art, our lifestyle, our music, reggaeton, everything.”
Colores spans 10 tracks, each of which are named after a different color. The previously released singles included “Blanco," "Morado," and "Rojo."
“The song 'Rojo' is filled with lots of passion and feeling, while 'Negra' is more street and all about perreo," Balvin told New Times. "'Verde' is much happier, and 'Azul' is very chill."
You can stream Colores now on all major platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.