Here’s a foolproof approach to flip a success into an even bigger hit: Release a remix model that features new verses from different stars. No style is doing this extra successfully than reggaeton proper now — see the billion-views-and-climbing smash “Te Boté.”
The newest hit to get the revise-and-re-energize remedy is Mozart La Para’s “Mujeres,” initially launched in June. The new model options nimble rapping from Farruko, a Puerto Rican star fluent in each reggaeton and entice, together with the duo Jowell & Randy, who loved a large hit of their very own final yr with “Bonita.” The authentic additionally featured the singer and songwriter-for-the-stars Justin Quiles, and he’s again once more right here as effectively.
The solely hazard with this kind of remix is that it turns right into a visitors jam. But the beat, which expertly staggers stabbing pianos and whomping drums, retains all of the vocalists in line and targeted on locomotion. “Mujeres” is co-produced by Tainy, a beat wizard who additionally has credit on Cardi B’s “I Like It” and J Balvin’s Vibras.
Mozart La Para, a Dominican artist, is signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. His greatest hit, “Toy Enamorao,” was a Number One in 2016.