Owners of hits such as: “Yo voy”, “Loco” and “Bandolera”, this Puerto Rican duo joins ‘La nena de argentina’ to sing about the search for international love.
Zion y Lennox releases its most recent single “Berlín” with Maria Becerra. This Latin dance theme talks about an international search for love that unfolds in a reggaeton theme.
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They recently took to the stage of the Premios Tu Música Urbano, the duo coming up with many new releases, collaborations, and projects.
Produced by Robbie Meza, “Berlín” is a Latin dance about a man who finds himself on a worldwide search for the right lover.
Zion’s voice gives entrance to Maria Becerra so that they contrast her styles, which are supported by a bridge from Lennox.
Directed by Julian Levy, the official video features multi-colored LED panels and a strobe-filled stage just like a disco, drawing the viewer into the emotional side of the song.
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The video shows Zion trying to find María Becerra through a labyrinth symbolic of the international search. Zion, Lennox and Maria Becerra also have sporty outfits bringing their personalities to life.
Recently Zion and Lennox presented a medley of their most popular songs at the Premios Tu Música Urbano, live from El Coliseo in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
As world-class artists, they are integrating old school sounds together with the freshest sounds, in order to form an ideal mix for their fans of the classics and those who are just discovering the duo.