J Balvin & Bad Bunny Collide on 'OASIS'

An eight-track collaboration from the Latin icons.

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After coming together on “I Like It” and “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” Latin music icons J Balvin and Bad Bunny have now dropped their highly-anticipated collaborative album, OASIS.

Comprised of eight new tracks, the project is centered around a mashup of Balvin’s beloved reggaetón and Bunny’s growing expression of trap rap. The combination of the definitive musical stylings of the artists comes thru precisely and heavily on “QUE PRETENDES.” Other standouts on OASIS include the retro-inspired “MOJAITA,” “ODIO” and “YO LE LLEGO.” Looking to bend genre conventions, Argentinian music veterans Los Enanitos Verdes were recruited to add some rock elements to “UN PESO” and Mr. Eazi brought a touch of Afrobeats the urbano sound of “COMO UN BEBÉ”

Catch the music video for “QUE PRETENDES” and listen to J Balvin and Bad Bunny’s collaborative project OASIS on Spotify and Apple below.

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