The Mala (Remix) video clip is here! Two months after releasing the new version of his song Mala, Pitbull released his corresponding audiovisual work on Wednesday in the company of Mexican-born American Becky G and the American urban singer of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent De La Ghetto.
Pitbull continues to bet on Latino talent
The singer of Cuban origins continues to bet on Latin music and the union between his exponents, and after incorporating De La Ghetto into the song Mala, he wanted to give even more projection to the song with a video clip in which Pitbull and Becky G take their sensual side.
While Mr. 305 is surrounded by dancers throughout the images, the young artist appears with different daring ensembles dancing or singing.
“Pitbull and I have known each other for years, and he’s always been like family. Thank you for your support over the years!” said Becky G as she promoted this new release on her social media.
It should be remembered that artists have several songs together on their list of collaborations.
In 2014, the reggaeton counted on him for his song Can’t get enough and two years later they demonstrated that chemistry flows between them in Superstar, a theme they performed in the final of the Centennial Cup America.
The original version of Mala was released last year and featured only the voice of Pitbull and Becky G. It is one of 15 songs that are part of Mr. Worldwide’s latest album, Libertad 538.
The title of Pitbull’s record work is a tribute to his father and refers to the number of people he helped bring from Cuba to the United States in the Mariel era in 1980.
The album also includes other singles alongside other artists such as Mueve la cintura alongside Tito El Bambino and Guru Randhawa or Winning, with Cubans Yomil and El Dany.