A month after it was reported that Major Lazer, Anitta and Pabllo Vittar were making a video for their collaboration, “Sua Cara,” the video is finally released.
Set in the Sahara Desert, the video opens with Anitta performing her verse and impresses us all with her pulsating hips.
Pabllo Vittar does her verse after with her own sultry choreography — leaving you to decide who turned up the heat more. Meanwhile, Diplo makes his cameos here and there — casually sitting down as the two singers dance around him. While the producer looks great chilling in the desert, you can’t keep your eyes off Anitta and Pabllo, especially when they’re dressed in nude bikinis and gold chains.
“Sua Cara” is off Major Lazer’s latest EP, Know No Better. The record celebrates sounds all over the world by “making the world smaller by making the party bigger.” Aside from Anitta and Pabllo, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott and J Balvin are also featured on it.
Dillon Francis just released a Spanish-language version of the song called “No Diga Mas.” It features vocals from Mexican rapper Serko Fu and it's pretty damn spicy. It also follows a bogus threat by Francis to stop using social media for the rest of the year, which is pretty funny, given the theme at hand.
The lyrics here are not a straight translation from the English version, but the spirit of the song is essentially the same. It doesn't matter who you are. When it's 2 in the morning, you're either going home with someone or you're going home alone.
Listen to “No Diga Mas” below. The song is out everywhere on Francis' label, IDGAFOS.
Johnny Marines has stepped down as president of Roc Nation Latino, Billboardhas confirmed. The move was largely motivated by time constraints. Marines is Romeo Santos’ longtime manager, and the time consumed with Santos’ newly released Golden left little time for anything else.
“I stepped down for personal reasons,” Marines told Billboard. “I need to dedicate more time to my sons and to my family, and with Romeo’s album coming out it was going to be a lot. It was a tough decision. These [the Roc Nation team] are great people to work with. I’ve learned a tremendous amount. It was a tough decision but one I had to make.”
Santos will continue as the CEO of Roc Nation Latino and he will continue to be co-managed by Marines together with Roc Nation.
A joint statement issued by Roc Nation and Marines to Billboard echoed the words above: “Due to personal reasons, Johnny Marines will no longer serve as President of Roc Nation Latin. Roc Nation and Johnny Marines, in partnership, will continue to co-manage Romeo Santos. Johnny will always be a part of the Roc Nation family,” reads the statement.
Roc Nation Latino launched in June 2016 with Marines as president and Santos as CEO. Since then, Marines and Santos have signed half a dozen acts, including Karen Rodriguez, Victoria LaMala, Angel “Mr. Paradise” Batista, JayRo Rosado and more.
“I learned a tremendous amount from everyone at Roc Nation,” Marines said in the joint statement. “I’m stepping down to be able to dedicate more time to my son and family, but I’m glad we are still working together as a team with Romeo.”
Marines rose to prominence as the manager of Aventura, helming the group's rise to become the most important bachata group in the country. He then continued as Santos' manager since the launch of his solo career.
Becky G has dropped her steamy video for “Mayores” on Friday (July 14), delivering a sexy visual for her equally sex-charged reggaeton bop.
Featuring Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny as her beau and partner in crime, the sultry clip shows Becky working a posh speakeasy, where she scams rich men out of their jewelry and cash. It’s seductive, funny and pure fuego.