Boza releases new song, "Booty Puty"
The urban artist announced the song will drop on Friday morning.
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Panamanian urban artist Boza's latest release is features three songs with a title single, "Booty Puty," alongside the tracks "Malévola" and "Strawberry Banana."
"Booty Puty demonstrates an incomparable musical evolution," wrote El Espectador.
The new song was produced together with fellow producer Faster, where both sought to achieve a combination of dance while highlighting the contemporary rhythms of reggaeton and urban sound, wrote the newspaper.
The official video was shot in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and was directed by Rodrigo Films. Throughout the pre-takes, several women are seen dancing to the rhythm of Boza's music.
In the lyrics of the song, the Panamanian makes reference to important Latin music figures such as Natti Natasha and Camilo. In the song's chorus, rhythms inspired by the iconic 2002 song "Asereje" can be heard.
Boza recently finished his tour in Spain, Colombia, Chile and other countries, where he performed in front of more than 50,000 people.
Featured in his discography, the artist received multiple Platinum Records from the Sony Music team in Chile for his global hits "Hecha Pa' Mí" with more than 495 million plays and "Ella Remix," with 160 million plays globally, as well as a Gold Record for "Ella," with more than 158 million plays.