Anuel AA returns to reggaeton with ‘Luces Tenues’, his new single

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Definitely, Anuel AA has become one of the most mentioned artists of the week. And he has waged a war against Arcángel that has led them to launch a saga of tiraeras that it is unknown if it will come to an end soon. In fact, a few hours ago, Double A premiered Archangel Es Chotato which there is still no response from his enemy.

But that is not all. The Puerto Rican had new music saved that was also going to see the light of day this week. This Friday, December 22, has arrived Dim Lightsa reggaeton song that brings back Anuel de Sunrise and She wants to drink. Songs that were released in 2018 and that, without a doubt, were played in clubs around the world. Pure dose of nostalgia!

Dim Lights also comes with a video clip directed by Mike Ho that takes the artist to a cathedral with the intention of saving a young woman who has fallen into the hands of a kind of demon. Little by little he manages to reach her and, indeed, frees her from the clutches of this evil creature. Additionally, at the end of the video clip it includes Psalm 91:14-16, which says: “I will deliver him because he loves me; I will protect him because he knows my name. He will call upon me and I will answer him; I will be with him in times of trouble, I will deliver him and fill him with honors. I will shower him with many years of life and I will make you enjoy my salvation.”

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The launch of Dim Lights It has had a great reception among the Puerto Rican fans. The networks have been filled with messages of celebration and also with comments dedicated to Arcángel, which many hope will respond to his favorite artist in the next few hours. We will have to wait to find out. What is clear is that nothing and no one stops Anuel AA.

And what do you think of the artist’s new work?


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