Sebastian Yatra and Ricky Martin premiered “Lack of Love”, a powerful ballad

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Sebastian Yatra continues to stand as one of the great Latin artists of the moment. After working with personalities of the music of the likes of Jonas Brothers, Daddy Yankee or Carlos Vivesthe colombian has surprised with a new song alongside Ricky Martin.

This Friday has seen the light the first musical collaboration of the two artists, a powerful ballad that has been released under the title Lack of love and has been accompanied by a video clip recorded in an abandoned factory in ruins.

“That great pleasure to be able to collaborate in this song bro. A lot of good things on the way,” said the Astro Boricua hours before the premiere of this theme that is having a great reception from the fans of the two artists, who are grateful to forget for a few minutes about the new realities that have brought about the coronavirus and to focus on the music that have been launched by the musicians.

“Brother, thank you for this tremendous honor. Not long ago I was so excited by a song and video. That God will bless us with this work that we did from the heart”, responded to the colombian to the words of his companion.

Ricky Martin and Sebastian Yatra have launched this creation a few weeks after they knew the news that the colombian is the artist guest of the tour that they had planned to Ricky and Enrique Iglesias by the end of this year, which would cross cities of the united States and Canada. Though after recent events, it is unknown if carried out as planned, or if it suffered any change agenda.

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