Black Eyed Peas joins Ozuna & J. King Soul in “Mamacita”

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After returning to big-time last year with the single ‘Rhythm (Bad Boys For Life)’, one of the international successes highlights of his career, the Black Eyed Peas maintains the momentum with a new song ‘Mamacita’, along Ozuna & J. King Soul.

Winners of six GRAMMY® Awards, the Black Eyed Peas are pioneers fusions of music, and return to raze to the global level by collaborating with the renowned artist puerto rican reggaeton and trap OZUNA, holder of four world records, Guinness®. This week, ‘Fantasy’, from their most recent album, NIBIRU, is the song #1 of the lists “Latin Airplay” and “Latin Rhythm Airplay” Chart. Once more, the Black Eyed Peas delights us with his powerful lyrics, catchy coro, and the extraordinary performance of his friend OZUNA.

‘Mamacita’ is the second single from the Black Eyed Peas released by Epic Records and is the first theme that reveals to J. King’s Soul as a guest artist. Like his band mate Apl.of.ap, J. King Soul is african-american and filipino, and he spent his childhood in the Republic of the Philippines.

The followers of BEP know J. King Soul because of his great contributions to the album Masters of the Sun Vol. 1 (2018) and his performances during his tour in 2019 for Europe, Latin America and Asia. Now shines with your style electrifying ‘Mamacita’.

The music video, directed by Julien Christian Lutz “Director X” shows the Black Eyed Peas and OZUNA dresses Gucci and overflowing elegance, in the middle of visual, unforgettable, color and glitter.

‘Mamacita’ will follow the steps of its worldwide success ‘RATE (Bad Boys For Life)’ [junto a. J Balvin]. Surpassing the billion streams in less than six months, including 432 million streams on Spotify, this song has become his “song most listened to via a platform”, surpassing the figures of his major themes ‘I Gotta Feeling’ and ‘Where Is The Love?’ Meanwhile, the video of ‘RHYTHM’ has more than 600 million views on YouTube.

The song that gives the soundtrack to the film Bad Boys For Life, is also a global success receiving: four times Platinum in Mexico, three times Platinum in Spain, Platinum in Italy, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Costa Rica; as well as Gold in Canada, France (twice), Sweden, Turkey, Central America and the Caribbean.

Rolling Stone described the song as “brilliant, colorful”; while Billboard hailed his “vibes of the music noventera, like the video with their neon lights, and landscapes of Miami, interspersed with action scenes of Bad Boys for Life, film rotagonizada by Will Smith”. “RHYTHM (Bad Boys For Life)” continues to dominate several lists of popularity. During the last two weeks, has been placed at the top of the list Hot Latin Songs Chart, with nine weeks non-consecutive in the #1 position in total.