They’ve collaborated several times… And now Anuel AA and Ozuna have taken it a step further.
The 28-year-old Puerto Rican artist and 28-year-old Dominican-Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, both Latin trap and reggaetón heavy-hitters, have joined voices for their first full-length project together.
Anuel AA and Ozuna have consistently produced chart-toppers both in Latin America and across the globe, including hits like “Adicto,” “Cambio,” and “Patek.” And their established chemistry is on full display as the pair lay down 12 more tracks together for their highly anticipated joint album Los Dioses.
Standouts from the album include the fourth track “Antes,” which shows the duo surfing on an uptempo reggaeton beat captivating enough to make anyone wish nightclubs were open again.
“RD” is another standout, a slightly-seductive trap-inspired tune penned as an ode to the Dominican Republic.
“Nena Buena,” “Contra el Mundo,” and the album’s final track “Municiones,” are also all highpoints of the project.
“There’s no other artist that I feel flows and hits perfectly with me,” Anuel AA told Apple Music in an interview for the album about making music with Ozuna. “My favorite songs are with him, and he thinks the same of mine.” He continued, “The name Los Dioses came about because I’m not human,” Anuel says. “It is thanks to God that we are in this elite league.”
Here’s the album’s tracklist
1. Los Dioses
4. Dime Tù
6. Nena Buena
7. Contra el Mundo
10. La Maria