Don Omar joins Wisin and Yandel to make us dance with ‘Sandunga’

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Don Omar He is without a doubt an icon in Latin music. The singer was one of the first to give reggaeton the recognition it deserved in the early 2000s. One of the representatives of what is known as the Old school of the genre. And the thing is, who hasn’t given their all at some point with songs like Give it, give it,, The sun came out, tell him, Virtual diva, Kuduro Dance And a long etcetera!

Well now the time has come to enjoy yourself Sandunga, a topic that the one from Puerto Rico has brought up together with Wisin and Yandel. A song with which the singer of Tiny eyes has achieved a reunion for history. And the thing is, not only has it counted on reggaeton singers, it has also done so with producers. Monday Tunes. They had not recorded together for more than a decade.

The new single is pure reggaeton to dance to at the club or motivate you while you get ready to go out partying.. The video clip has a very dark aesthetic, in what looks like an abandoned garage and with women dancing. Light effects, fire and endless shots of the protagonists and the dancers fill the video.

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New Ep by Don Omar

And this Friday we have another artist who makes two news in one (like Chanel). Don Omar has announced that this song will be part of a future EP that will be called Back to Reggaeton, and which will be presented later. He announced it like this on Instagram: “You can now pre-save my new song in collaboration with @wisin and @yandel SANDUNGA produced by @lunytunes for and my new EP ALBUM “Back to Reggaeton” from where you expect this collection piece ? Raise your flag.”

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