Ozuna is putting his haters on blast…
The 28-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton and Latin trap singer has officially released the music video for his latest single “Enemigos Ocultos,” after teasing fans for days of a new collaboration.
Ozuna’s in-your-face single features five of the hottest of-the-moment urban artists: Wisin, Myke Towers, Arcangel, Juanka, and Cosculluela.
“Thank you for each and every one of my colleagues for being present,” Ozuna expressed on Instagram. “These guys have the best verses!!!”
On the chorus, Ozuna sends a clear message to his haters: “Tanto que roncan hablan de calle pero ninguno se monta.”
He sings about fake people who talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. In his verse, Arcangel assures that he’s not only the father of an entire generation but also serves as an inspiration to his enemies. Myke Towers sings, “We’re not the same, so don’t compare us.”
“Enemigos Ocultos,” part of Ozuna’s upcoming album Enoc, is a nearly eight-minute hip-hop and reggaeton song about street life and being the best in the game. “There are levels here / I broke the Guinness Records / I am the best,” El Negrito de Ojos Claros says towards the end of the song.
Proud of his new collaboration, Ozuna compares “Enemigos Ocultos” to the timeless “Royal Rumble” released in 2006 by Wise Da ‘Gangsta’, Zion, Daddy Yankee, Wisin, Héctor el Father, Yomo, Franco el Gorila, Don Omar, Arcangel, Alexis, and El Roockie. “We’ve been needing something like this for years, like in the times of Los Benjamin, Mas Flow,” he said.
Directed by Nuno Gomes, an action-packed music video shows all six artists singing the song as they are surrounded by the press and law enforcement.