Residente pays tribute to his past and present in ‘Ron En El Piso’

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The music of Resident has always been characterized by bringing us lyrics full of sincerity and naturalness. Well then. The Puerto Rican has once again opened his heart to his fans to present a new song.

Is about Rum On The Floor, a song in which pays tribute to his past and present through images of his life. The video clip lasts six minutes and in it we see moments of her career in Calle 13, the most familiar side of her and some milestones of the total years of her career. Additionally, she has had the actor and comedian John Leguizamo.

“Resident expresses a salute to his personal and career victories, and his falls, where fans can relate to the evolution of life and the transformation of who you become over time”explains his company in a statement.

Before the premiere of this video clip, Residente surprised with two trailers to warm up the engines for its launch. The first of them starred Leguizamo and a picturesque symbolism with glasses of rum. His body movement represents the ups and downs that René faces. Thats not all. For the second trailer he has had the participation of the Firehouse Cinema theater in New York, where he reflects with old images and leaves the past behind. At the end of the video clip that he has seen the light of day, he surrounds himself with those who have accompanied him to say goodbye to the past.

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Once again, Residente demonstrates that his music is one of his fundamental pillars, since it has represented each of the stages he has experienced. His fans have been with him all these years and are more than ready to do so in the next step of his career. In fact, Residente is finishing his second studio album.


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