Maluma really wanted music for reggaeton fans “de mata”, so he surprisingly released the extended version of his most recent album of the urban genre “The Love & Sex Tape”.
“Don’t tell anyone, a second part of Sex and Love Tape is coming,” she said with humor in a recent video call interview about her project released yesterday Friday.
“The Love & Sex Tape Deluxe Edition” includes the eight songs she released in June along with three previously unreleased tracks: “28”, “Rulay” and “Clito” featuring Lenny Tavárez, Dalex and Brray.
His hits “Sobrio” and “Hawái” were songs for Maluma “that continued to give me a very special place in pop music worldwide, (but) I felt that I needed to do a bit of music for the street, for the reggaeton fans, reggaeton de la mata, that’s why I made this mixtape,” he added.
“We eat alive” with Chencho Corleone, “Mojando Seats” with Feid, “Sexo sin titulo” with Jay Wheeler and Lenny Tavárez and “Tsunami” with Arcángel and De La Ghetto are some of the songs that he had previously released from the album.
With the surprise debut of the deluxe version, the Colombian star premiered the music video for “28”, created by his production company Royalty Films and directed by Maluma, with the help of César “Tes” Pimienta.