Pitbull, Ricky Martin & Sofia Reyes Debut New Music Videos
This week Latin stars, Pitbull, Ricky Martin and newcomer Sofia Reyes, released music videos for their latest songs. Check out all three videos below.
Pitbull debuted his music video for the song "Freedom," of his new album "Climate Change," on Feb. 10.
Featuring a variety of bikini-clad dancers on a cruise ship, the video emphasis the Cuban rappers party-pumping style while he raps about his cultural upbringing, his free will and having a good time.
While the setting seems fitting for a song about making it big and living a lavish life around the world, the reason behind the cruise ship comes from Pitbull's announced partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line.
According to Billboard, the cruise line will be hosting the "Pitbull After Dark Party" cruise in March of 2017. The cruise will take special guests from Miami to the Bahamas.
Ricky Martin: "Perdóname"
Ricky Martin released the official music video for "Perdóname" on Feb. 11, after teasing fans with clips on social media.
In the music video, the Puerto Rican star went for a darker theme. Shot in red, blue and black tones and lighting, the music video features scenes in the rain and a room in flames. The visuals and an emotional Martin add to the songs sorrowful theme of asking for forgiveness.
"We are human and we make mistakes. The most important thing is to say sorry. There are moments when we let ourselves act on impulse, for passion and the surrender and you probably hurt someone else," said the star in a statement about the songs release, reported People En Español.
Sofia Reyes: 'Sólo Yo'
On Feb. 12, up and coming singer Sofia Reyes debuted her video for her song "Solo Tu," which features bachata singer and recent crossover artist Prince Royce.
In the video, the Mexican singer dons a variety of stylish outfits as she reminisces about a former lover. She and Royce spend most of the video looking for one another in the various rooms of a stunning mansion until finally meeting at the end.
The song, off of Reyes' upcoming debut album, is a ballad. The tune is a different sound for both Reyes and Royce, who tend to stick to pop and bachata, respectively.