Kali Uchis and Karol G premiere “Labios Mordidos”

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An explosive song accompanied by a provocative video that has conquered everyone.

Just a few months after Kali Uchis will throw Red Moon In Venuyesthe singer is already preparing to release her new album material, ORCHIDS. The album will feature the participation of Rauw Alejandro, Featherweight, The Alfa & JT and Karol Gthe latter being one of the collaborations most desired by fans of both artists.

This meeting between both interpreters takes the name of “Bitten lips”, a single that, as soon as it arrived, became a sensation among listeners. After a few days after the Colombian was awarded the Latin Grammy for Best Album of the Year for Tomorrow will be nicethe singer now stars in a sensual video with her partner.

I’m excited because the Kuchis will finally hear one of my favorite songs from ORCHIDS with one of my favorite artists, Karol. I hope this gives everyone joy for their holidays and they make many memories with this melody for the beginning of the new year,” he commented. Kali Uchis.

Bitten lips” is the third single after the release of “little doll” and “It kills you”, while the album will be available in its entirety next Friday, January 12. What did you think of the new collaboration between Kali Uchis and Karol G?


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