The Puerto Rican urban artist Bad Bunny has released his new single this Friday, Yonaguni, which ensures that “has a soft dance touch“. A theme that wrote just three weeks ago.
This was stated by the interpreter in an interview with Apple Music, after the launch on May 28, 100 million, along with his fellow Puerto Rican and colleague Luar La L.
In said interview, Bad Bunny indicated that Yonaguni I would not follow the same line of 100 million, but what He is convinced that his followers will like it too.
“It is a balance that people will accept. It’s what people want. But that’s the idea, to have a balance, and to give people what they want to hear, from the pure fire of the street, but also the calm, the lilting rhythm to dance and enjoy the summer“, detailed the artist.
“When we recorded it, we knew it would be magic. I don’t know how to explain some of my feelings, but there is something sweet inside them. It was also the first time doing something similar in a long time. It’s a song that has a soft dance touch, “he said.
What does ‘Yonaguni’ mean?
Yonaguni is a little island near japan that gathers different legends about its origin and its inhabitants. What is most striking about this small island of only 30 square kilometers it is the existence of a mysterious megalith submerged in the sea.
It was discovered in 1986, when a diver found some large step-shaped structures. A kind of monument that, to this day, continues to generate debate about its origin, since some affirm that it was modified by the inhabitants and others defend that it is a totally natural structure.
A mystery that has undoubtedly captivated the singer and has helped him draw inspiration from his new song, since the video clip has oriental references.