If anything can be said about J Balvin, it is that he is an artist who is always very aware of new trends, of the most groundbreaking sounds and of emerging artists who have a lot to tell. That is why it is common to hear him join forces with new phenomena such as his new collaboration.
Because the soloist from Medellín has joined his talent with that of Polimá Westcoast, one of the kings of this summer, who made more than half the planet dance thanks to his song Ultra solo and its remix of the same name and for which he had Pailita, Paloma Mami, Feid and De la Ghetto.
But in the current musical universe, the triumph of a few months ago is long gone and that is why the Chilean ragpicker has given life to a new song, Kawaii, for which he has had the invaluable help of J Balvin. A theme that has already been released and that is beginning to see how the reproduction counter shoots up to half a million in the first hours of its life.
“For me, recording with J Balvin means that this world really is for dreamers. He has inspired me. I am surprised by this project with one of the greatest in the music industry. It is incredible how music has no limits and inspires generations. I hope that enjoy this song, because for me it has been an honor and a gift” Polimá Westcoast confessed in the press release for the release of her new song.
Both artists have shot the video together in which color goes hand in hand with oriental motifs in a song that surprises for its urban melody but has a classic touch thanks to a base of string instruments that breaks with the sound main in the second section of the theme.
The 24-year-old Chilean of Angolan descent Polimá Westcoast is one of the most surprising artists on the Chilean urban scene. It has close to 12 million monthly listeners on Spotify. In 2015 he started his career and in 2018, with the single Brokeiboi, he was installed at the top of the playlists in his country. Since 2019 he is part of the Sony Music label, the date on which he releases the album Eqilibrio and then presents Las Crónicas de Ngangu and Crónicas de Ngangu 2 with which he has positioned himself as one of the benchmarks of the scene.