Puerto Rican superstar Ozuna leads an all-star collaboration in his music video for “Enemigos Ocultos.” He highlights the best and brightest Boricua talent with rappers like Wisin, Arcángel, and Myke Towers in the mix.
After serving something sweet with the “Caramelo” remix, featuring Colombian reggaetonera Karol G and Towers, Ozuna comes through with a bit of a throwback on his latest single “Enemigos Ocultos.” The aggressive tune harks back to reggaetón music’s stacked collaborations of the Luny Tunes Más Flow era.
Ozuna regroups with Towers, Wisin, Arcángel, Cosculluela, and Juanka, the OGs and superstars of his native Puerto Rico. On the nearly eight-minute track, each artist unloads their clip of fire verses and raises hell. Bullets fly on this taste of reggaetón puro in 2020. Ozuna brings the heat like he did early on in his career.
Reflecting the turbulent times we’re in, Ozuna and his squad take over Washington, D.C. in the “Enemigos Ocultos” music video. Familiar landmarks are in flames as the guys stand up to the authorities and the media. At times both entities are blurred with either a machine gun or microphone pointed at the reggaetoneros. Ozuna leads a revolution in the intense visual.
“Enemigos Ocultos,” and the original version of “Caramelo,” will be included on Ozuna’s next album ENOC. The album title is an acronym of the singer’s nickname “El Negrito de Ojos Claros.”