J Balvin & Bad Bunny Tease More Details on Their Upcoming Joint Album


Bad Bunny and J Balvin are just about reggaeton and lure en español’s males of the second, and their continued dominance within the Spanish-language music trade is all however assured with an extended rumored collaborative album.

Today, El Conejo Malo and The Business teased the collaborative album in a just-announced cowl story over at Complex. Back in May, Balvin initially mentioned the joint album throughout a Beats 1 dialog with radio host Ebro Darden, through which the Colombian star revealed that the pair has six or seven unreleased songs collectively (they’ve beforehand linked up on “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” Cardi B’s “I Like It,” and different tracks). During that interview, Ebro requested for a tentative title for the challenge, and the Vibras star instantly instructed Oasis.

In the Complex cowl story, Bad Bunny and Balvin took to the streets of Bushwick, Brooklyn for a photograph op and to play domino with the locals. At a non-public bar through the interview, El Conejo advised Rapetón editor-in-chief Angel Vera that Balvin had already dropped the bomb a few challenge within the works. He additionally revealed extra in regards to the which means behind the challenge’s tentative title. “It’s a rescue, a aid, to clean up. You go there to produce your self with the very important issues you might be lacking, issues that you just want.” Angel continues, “So with out saying sure or no, you mainly mentioned sure already. Oasis. A joint album is coming and it’s known as Oasis.”

Given the success of collaborative mainstream hip-hop albums like Drake and Future’s What a Time to Be Alive or 21 Savage and Offset’s Without Warning, it was solely a matter of time till The Business and El Conejo Malo joined forces for their very own challenge.

Watch the total interview or learn the duvet story on Complex:

H/T: Complex