Peso Pluma distances itself from corridos in ‘Igual que unangel’, its collaboration with Kali Uchis

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Kali Uchis He has known how to play his cards very well to stand out orchids their sixth studio album, the second completely in Spanish. What the Colombian-American artist has done is bring together to some of the Spanish singers of the moment. Because in addition to working with Karol G in Bitten lips -and I have to goincluded in Tomorrow will be nice (Bichota Season)ā€”has also collaborated with Featherweight in Just like an angel. And not only that, he has managed to get the Mexican to distance himself from his characteristic corridos and introduce himself to the sound of funk and R&B.

Along with the album releaseUchis is also sharing some very special video clips, which reveal another of the seeds that she has planted these months through her pregnant ‘tummy’. The author of Telepathy She is expecting her first child with rapper Don Toliver, with whom she has shared a life for four years.

The announcement of her pregnancy came from the mash-up Your heart is mine / Goddess. Two songs aimed at this new stage of life, with which she begins to form a family, and closely linked to Mother Nature and the goddess of fertility. “Don’t take too long to arrive, little pooks, mom and dad are looking forward to sharing our life with you,” she said a few days ago on Instagram.

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Now, with the video of just like an angel, Kali Uchis presents us with a kind of live session wrapped in a disco atmosphere to once again make references to religion. Wearing a pastel pink lingerie outfit, she performs verses like “God’s favorite and it shows. Sent from heaven to earth.” Featherweight, for her part, makes her special appearance like a true star of the 70s.

After seeing this, Will Double P dare to add this collaboration to their setlist for Coachella Fest 2024?


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