Ozuna Reflects on the Making of 'Nibiru': His Favorite Song & Which One Had a Total Transformation (Exclusive)
Ozuna’s new album Nibiru is finally here for fans to enjoy in all its glory.
The 27-year-old singer has been teasing his highly-anticipated LP since November 2018 and dropping hot tracks all year long like "Baila, Baila, Baila," "Amor Genuino," "Te Soñé de Nuevo," "Cambio," "Muito Calor," and his latest, "Hasta Que Salga el Sol."
“2019 has been the year that truly changed my perspective on music and life,” Ozuna tells ET exclusively. “All the things that have happened in my life, good or bad, have helped shape me. Todo a servido para bien.”
The negrito ojos claros says Nibiru will show a different side of him, one rooted in his commitment to continue to evolve as an artist, all while also spreading important messages along the way.
“Latin music is here to help breakdown barriers around the world,” he shares. “And, it’s encouraging to see how people from various cultures and ethnicities are loving Latin music.”
Here’s everything we know about the Puerto Rican’s long-awaited third studio album.
In November 2018, Ozuna took to Twitter to tease the name of his new album. “Nibiru, coming soon,” he wrote, with a two-toned planet emoji. Nibiruis in reference to a “rogue planet” that many conspiracy theorists believe will one day collide with Earth.
“There were many reasons why I decided to name the album Nibiru. It’s thought of in a mythological way but I’m conceptualizing it in a way that will allow me to connect with different audiences,” Ozuna explains to ET.
“I think it will help me share a unique musical experience, where you’re not just seeing a reggaeton singer on stage, but instead you’re connecting with every song because they each represent various life moments. It will also allow fans to see a different Ozuna," he notes.
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By Elisa Osegueda 12:08 PM PST, November 28, 2019