They repeat formula, Maluma and Ricky Martin will come together again for a new song
Maluma and Ricky Martin's Instagram accounts have more than 58 million followers, undoubtedly a more than interesting association for this new musical production.
In 2016, both artists had recorded the successful "Vente pa´ca" that was fashionable that summer, and which was nominated for a Latin Grammy in the Recording and Song of the Year sections. The song has more than a billion views on YouTube. Maluma won the MTV Europe Music Awards that year for Best Latin American Artist.
Now the contagious rhythm of No se me quita, is one of the songs on Maluma's new album, 11:11, and it is a collaboration between both artists.
Undoubtedly, the music business has its strategies and this alliance is destined for success and to earn many millions. Ricky's long career and the Colombian's modernity will undoubtedly be enhanced to achieve fantastic results.
A trailer has been posted by the two on their Instagram accounts, ahead of their fans as the video and part of their music will be, with a festive and joyful rhythm.
In the best style of "Guardians of the Bay" the two singers are seen dancing and singing on a beach, with women in swimsuits in the style of the famous series starring David Hasselhof and Pamela Anderson, which began in 1989 and was a success for several seasons. The video has more than 1,7000,000 views.
In two days you will be able to see the video for "No se me quita", a romantic, rhythmic and catchy song that will surely become a hit.
The freshness and talent of Maluma, a young man born in 1994, and the experience of the multi-award-winning 47-year-old “Rey del Pop Latino”, who has been in the music world for many years, will pay off again. Perhaps that mixture of generations can be seen in the images, the Baywatch style with a modern touch.
This year 2019 the Colombian had already launched another collaboration, in this case with Madonna, entitled "Medellín". The artist will present his 11:11 Maluma World Tour concerts at the Puerto Rico Coliseum on November 9.