San Juan. Puerto Rican reggaeton player Farruko Released the new music video this Wednesday, “Lower Cali, which is included on his new album,167‘, and its theme blends details of the illicit acts common in Mexican lying lanes.
As detailed in a press release, in the video Farruko tells a story From the perspective of a cartel head from Tijuana, Mexicomixing True details of his life With a kind of bragging Illicit acts are common in the corridors.
Directed by Mike Ho, who has also worked with Farruko on the videos ‘Pepas’ and ‘El Incomprendido’, also included on La 167, Baja Cali’s song is On the border between the United States and Mexico.
Surrounded by advanced weapons and musicians mariachiThe statement added that Farruko rejoices in the status of his boss, standing at a gas station similar to that of his grandfather in Puerto Rico and watching over his “bi-national” kingdom.
Meanwhile, La 167 is currently at number two on the Billboard chart of Best Latin Albums, having been at number one for two weeks, and at number 62 on the Billboard 200, having debuted at number 26.
With “remixes” by famous DJs David Guetta and Tiësto, Pepas Faroko took first place on Billboard’s “Hot Latin Songs” and number two on “Hot Dance/Electronic Songs”, in addition to being number one on three other Billboard charts.
The song also ranks fifth on Spotify’s Weekly Global Top 50, and has racked up more than 361 million copies, surpassing 3.4 million daily copies.
Faruko in turn A new EP will be released on October 29 With three new “remixes” from Bypass, along with remixes of David Guetta and Teosto already released.
Next November, Farruko will start a new tour of the United States, stopping in 15 cities.
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