Cosculluela releases a new single, the romantic rap “Inocente”

The Puerto Rican artist of the urban genre Cosculluela published this Friday his new single and video, “Inocente“, a romantic rap in which he addresses the breakup of a love relationship.

This new musical project shows a José Cosculluela, first name of the urban artist, “authentic”, according to the statement from his representatives.

The song was co-produced by D-Note, The Beatllionaire and Mueka and the video clip was recorded in Puerto Rico, under the direction of Isreal, with whom the artist has previously collaborated.



The new single follows in the footsteps of the recent hits by the nicknamed “El Príncipe” “Chambean”, along with Tego Calderón, and “La Que Hay”, released between January and February.

In his more than 20-year career, Cosculluela has collaborated with artists such as Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam, Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Karol G, Sebastián Yatra, Maluma, Farruko, J Balvin, Zion & Lennox, Arcangel, De La Ghetto, Wisin and Yandel, among others.

Multiple songs have exceeded 100 million views and have positioned him as number one on the Billboard Latin charts.

The rapper began a new stage at the end of last year after his departure from the Warner Music label and his return to the label that he and his brother founded, Rottweilas Inc, with the support of the company ONErpm as distributor of the music from him

“Now I feel literally free, with the freedom to do what I like: telling stories. I am poetic and I like competition,” Cosculluela assured in an interview with Efe last December.

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