The track’s music video, which is produced by Blank Square and directed by the Miami-based talent Edgar Esteves, finds the three trend-setting musicians catching a vibe at a sensual house party, as each of them dance along to the record’s crispy production. The new party track is far from Rvssian’s only voyage into reggaeton. Last April, the producer teamed up with Anuel AA and released “No Me Ame,” which featured a posthumous verse from Juice Wrld.
It’s been an eventful 2021 for Chris Brown as of late. He recently dropped $100,000 on 24-karat magnetic grills and took to Instagram last Saturday to share the verse he supposedly wrote for Kanye West’s Donda. He does appear on “New Again,” but claimed he played a bigger role in forming the song than it appeared on paper.
Alejandro, meanwhile, has been keeping busy on the musical tip this year. Back in January he was featured on Selena Gomez’s reggaeton-infused EP Revelación, and snagged another quick feature verse on Ty Dolla Sign and Dvsn’s collaborative record Cheers to the Best Memories, which dropped in August. Rauw Alejandro’s latest solo effort Vice Versa continues to do big numbers on the charts, and upon its release peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard200 albums chart.
Check out Rvssian’s music video for “Nostálgico” up top.