Reggaeton player Farruko launches new song, “Love 66”, with rapper CJ

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San Juan, May 28 (EFE) .- The Puerto Rican reggaeton player Farruko launched this Friday along with rapper CJ his new single, “Love 66”, in which both artists exhort people and their colleagues to stay “true to oneself” despite the success they have had in their professional careers.

On the subject, as detailed in a press release, Farruko weaves a story of how people and artists should enjoy life and all the achievements, but at the same time never forget their roots.

Farruko’s lyrics come to life thanks to rhythms inspired by the musical genres of trap and drill that encapsulate the harsh reality of everyday life.

“CJ is at the peak of his career right now and I’m a fan of what he’s doing for the genre, so it was an organic connection to this collaboration. We bring together different aspects of our cultures and our styles complement each other’s ‘flow’. and that becomes clear when you listen to the subject, “said Farruko.

CJ, for his part, stressed that working with Farruko “was great” and that “the atmosphere and energy in the studio were great.”

“What attracts me the most about working with another Latino artist is our cultural connection. We come from the same background and can relate to each other on many levels, which makes it easy to create this success,” he added.

In addition to this new song with CJ, Farruko is working on his next album, “La 167”, which will be released later this year.

At the beginning of this year, Farruko consolidated his position as one of the main artists of the urban genre with the double release of “Premium”, which includes the songs “Oh Mama”, with Myke Towers, and “XOXA”, with El Alfa.

Additionally, Farruko will appear on the soundtrack of the upcoming “The Fast and the Furious 9” movie, with the theme “Fast” recorded along with Myke Towers, Amenazzy and Rochy RD.

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