Los Rivera Destino and Bad Bunny connect for “Flor” to celebrate Father’s Day. The record aims to challenge machismo and society’s preconceived expectations of men. “Flor” aims to challenge the stereotypical definition of “fatherhood.” The song highlights all the types of father figures out there – celebrating all of those people who occupy this unique role in a child’s life. To accompany the single is a music video that is directed by Claudia Calderón.
Los Rivera Destino on the inspiration behind the record:
“Flor,” as the song says, is a dream come true, given the importance of gifting a song to our fathers and the opportunity to collaborate with Benito Antonio Martinez aka Bad Bunny. The song started cooking from the first moment we went out to lunch with Benito. Using the phrase “de una flor a una flor,” we were looking for a way to add a sensitivity to children’s relationship with fathers. We want to celebrate fatherhood from an honest point of view and with a floral symbol that is usually related to mothers.
Ismael Cancel, Ileana Cabra, David Díaz and Enrique “Kike” Serrano were responsible for developing the perfect musical atmosphere for us and Benito so that we could create a bolero with the vibes of Cheo Feliciano, Joe Cuba and Los Hispanos quartet.
This song aims to challenge stereotypes of the definition of “fatherhood.” This song highlights all the types of father figures out there – celebrating all of those people who occupy this role in a child’s life.
Most recently, Los Rivera released a cover of the Daddy Yankee smash “Dura”
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