After debuting "Baila Baila Baila" as the precursor to a full-length project in 2019, Ozuna is doubling up on the sentiment with a posse cut of epic proportions over the same DJ Luian production. It wasn't enough for him to enlist his regular compadre Annual AA, but he also managed to secure the services of Reggaeton pioneer Daddy Yankee on the remix, and other notable players in the scene such as Farruko and J Balvin. Normally I'd advise against four men waxing belaboring the topic of "falling in love in the club," but that was before Usher spoke his piece in 2008. The game done changed.
In the process of becoming a full-time "climate club" member, I've learned to cope with these love-drunk scenarios by putting my best foot forward before the night rears into drunky territory. But as it pertains to the Latin quarter, Reggaeton lovers don't need another excuse to swell up at the first sign of attraction. The "Baila Baila Baila" remix is indubitably that but at four times the legal limit. Ozuna isn't going to let his recent setbacks run him obsolete, that's for certain.
Baila porque quiere olvidar
Ponle reggaetón pa' que la veas sudar
Sexy sube su videíto a IG
Entra al club, no le hace falta el ID
Ya no deja que la hieran
Se va en busca de sus amigas, que la noche es pasajera.
- J Balvin