What is Natti Natasha upto?

Natti Natasha is recognized for having created some of the most memorable and outstanding moments in Latin music. From her collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Ozuna and Becky G, to two albums that topped the Latin charts (ilumiNATTI, NattiVidad), Natti is about to show the world what Dominican pride is all about.

Today, Natti Natasha launches a collaboration with her compatriots El Alfa and Chimbala, “Wow BB”.

Released under the Sony Music Latin/Pina Records label, the track is now available on all digital music platforms. “Wow BB” was under the production of DJ Luian, Mambo Kingz, B-One and Raphy Pina. In the song, Natti Natasha presents her characteristic and sensual musical style that is complemented by the powerful chants of El Alfa and Chimbala, who add the Dominican flavor that only they know. This fusion of sounds offers a cultural experience that introduces the public to the dembow, a characteristic musical style of Quisqueya.

The official video was filmed in Miami, Florida, and was directed by Fernando Lugo.

This Thursday, February 24, the Dominican star will be at Premio Lo Nuestro, in which she has been nominated in seven sections: Female Artist of the Year – Urbana, Remix of the Year, Song of the Year – Urbana and Collaboration of the Year – Urbana for “Ayer My ex called me remix” (KHEA, Prince Royce feat. Lenny Santos), The Perfect Mix of the Year and Song of the Year- Pop-Urban for “Antes que salle el sol” (feat. Prince Royce) and “Album of the Year- Urban”.

As she has anticipated, she will make a surprise and explosive revelation on stage at the FTX Arena in Miami, Florida.

Recently, the Dominican star celebrated his first no. 1 of 2022 in Mexico with her song “Impossible love” with Maluma, included in her acclaimed second album “Nattividad“. Released under Sony Music Latin/Pina Records, “Impossible Amor” has surpassed 100 million global streams and 44 million views on YouTube.

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