While he continues his concert tour with “La Última Vuelta”, Daddy Yankee premieres the video clip for the song “Pasatiempo” together with Myke Towers
The music video, filmed in Puerto Rico, brings these two Latin music stars together to present a production that is characterized by its vintage (old) elements: with a television, cassette and typical snapshots from the past, the singers perform to the rhythm of the urban genre the new song.
At first, the audiovisual production shows Daddy Yankee and Myke Towers singing the song inside an old television and from there everything else happens: a party where the explosiveness of the song lights up everyone present with visuals of sensual women dancing to the rhythm of Pastime, both at the house party and around the campfire that represents the fire that exists between them.
The song is part of Daddy Yankee’s farewell album, Legendaddy, which was released last March. Since its launch, the record production has topped the popularity charts: it was listed as the number one Latin album in the world and was certified multi-platinum by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) with more than one billion streams.
In addition to these accolades, Legendaddy peaked at number one on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart, entered the Top 10 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, and reached number one on Spotify’s Weekly Top Albums chart.
Spanning more than three decades of music, the 19-song collection captures the essence of reggaeton, salsa, dancehall, rap, trap, bachata, EDM and Caribbean influencers. Daddy Yankee album.
The Puerto Rican of hits such as Gasolina, Calmly and Hard travels the world with La Última Vuelta, the tour that began on July 25 at the Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado, with a sold-out show and continued at The Forum in Los Angeles. , California, where he made history by selling out 5 sold-out shows.
Promoted by Cardenas Marketing Network and Raphy Pina, MR Sold Out, the five-month tour includes performances in various cities across North America and Puerto Rico.