J Balvin Releases New Single “Rojo” & Heart-wrenching Music Video

J Balvinis seeing red

The 34-year-old Colombian urban singer has released his latest single “Rojo.”

J Balvin

J Balvin also released the emotional and heart-wrenching music video for the softer reggaetón song.

The music video was filmed by Colin Tilley, who directed the music videos for J Balvin’s other tracks “Blanco” and “Morado.”

In the clip, J Balvin, who is on the phone while driving, gets into a fatal car accident while on his way to the hospital to see his newborn. He never gets to see his wife again or meet his daughter, but he’s with them in spirit at all times — even on his widow’s dates with other men.

“I’m helping my wife find the right guy,” J Balvin said about the video in a previous Instagrampost. “It’s about being open and not selfish.”

“Rojo,” “Blanco” and “Morado ” will all be part of J Balvin’s forthcoming studio album titled Colores, which will be released in late March.

J Balvin Releases Colorful New Single “Morado”

J Balvin is seeing purple…

The 34-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer has released his latest single “Morado.” 

J Balvin

The midtempo track, produced by Sky, describes a person who is powerful or likes to be on top of any situation. 

J Balvin announced the single early this week after posting a short clip with an instrumental reggaeton track as background and ending with the phrase “yo pedi un trago y ella la botella.”

So why did J Balvin us a color as a song title? According to a previous press statement about the collaboration between Dolby Atmosand J Balvin, it says that he “sees music as colors. With this new album that we’re making, we really want people to feel the colors.” “Morado” follows his previous song “Blanco,” released in November.

The video, directed by Collin Tilley, shows J Balvin as a king of an old kingdom \ and throwing purple paint at a wall, among other scenes. 

J Balvin Releases Trippy Music Video for “Blanco”

J Balvin is whiteon time with a new video…

The 34-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer has released the official music video for his latest single, “Blanco,” which features head-spinning beats, a lot of white, and flying cats.

J Balvin Blanco

J Blavin had previously teased the video release to his fans with a 15-second clip two days before, using a happy face and world emoji and tagging producer Sky Rompiendo, director Colin Tilleyand Boy in the Castle Productions

The music video for“ Blanco” begins with a rainbow booklet called “Colors of J Balvin” being flipped before it stops on a white page. 

“I’ll eat you without a beat, a capella, slowly because the night awaits,” he sings in the opening verse. “Here’s your Medellin boy,” J Balvin also says in Spanish as a dance-infused urban melody with deep percussions plays in the background.

Scenes of the video, filmed by Tilley, feature an all-white scenery including trippy dancers, J Balvin rocking a white hairdo and outfit, and a white flying cat, paying homage to the song’s title.

This isn’t the first time J Balvin has teamed up with the California-based director. 

Tilley also directed J Balvin and Bad Bunny’s videos for “Que Pretendes,” “Yo Le Llego,” “Cuidao’ Por Ahi” and “La Canción.”

Rodriguez Cast in Cinemax‘s Drama Pilot “Blanco,” Starring Shiloh Fernandez

Everything’s comin’ up Blanco-hot for Elizabeth Rodriguez…

The Latina actress, best known for her role as Carmen Morales on All My Children, has joined the cast of Cinemax‘s drama pilot Blanco, starring Shiloh Fernandez.

Elizabeth Rodriguez

Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo from a script by Mark Rosner, the pilot from Fox Television Studios and Lakeshore Entertainment centers on Ruben (Fernandez), an uptown gangster — nicknamed Blanco for being a light-skinned Dominican — who uses his status as a confidential informant to turn the tables on law enforcement and build his criminal empire.

Rodriguez, currently appearing on the Netflix Original Series Orange Is The New Black, will play New York Police Department detective Stephanie Gomez.

Along with Rodriguez and Fernandez, the cast includes Amaury Nolasco, Franka Potente, Sebastian Arcelus, Audrey Esparza, Erik LaRay Harvey, and Alex Hernandez.

Fresnadillo to Direct Cinemax’s Drama Pilot “Blanco”

It’s an extra special Blanco Christmas for Juan Carlos Fresnadillo

Cinemax has given a pilot greenlight to Blanco, a drama pilot project to be directed by the 45-year-old Spanish filmmaker.

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo

The project, which stars Shiloh Fernandez centers on Ruben (portrayed by Fernandez), an uptown gangster — nicknamed Blanco for being a light-skinned Dominican — who uses his status as a confidential informant to turn the tables on law enforcement and build his criminal empire.

Written by Mark Rosner, Blanco hails from 20th Century Fox Television Studios and Lakeshore Entertainment.

Fresnadillo’s credits include directing 28 Weeks Later and Intacto, which earned him a Goya Award for Best New Director in 2002.