The album "Ozu Vivo" is available on all digital platforms. Tickets for the tour will go on sale on March 3rd. Photo: Instagram Ozuna.
The album 'Ozu Vivo' is available on all digital platforms. Tickets go on sale March 3. Photo: Instagram- @Ozuna.

Ozuna Releases new album and announces U.S. tour

Tickets go on sale next week.


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With his Ozu Vivo Tour, Ozuna will be hitting a number of different cities in the United States and Europe, starting on May 18 in San Diego. 

The tour is paired with his latest album Ozu Vivo, featuring 16 songs that include several of the singer's hits that were recorded live during a 2020 concert in the Dominican Republic. 

Among the tracks are "Se Preparó," "Dile Que Tú Me Quieres," "Escápate Conmigo," "Síguele Bailando," "El Farsante," and "Taki Taki." Acoustic versions of the songs "Del Mar," "Caramelo," and "Despeinada" are also included.

"There are a lot of challenges, a lot of new things coming my way this year," Ozuna said in an interview with Variety. "But I like good challenges, and I'm at a point in my career where I have the energy to give it my all. There are a lot of goals I want to cross off."

His Ozu Vivo Tour already has more than 23 dates confirmed in the United States, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas and Miami. 

"Now we are working on the production, finalizing the small details that will make up these special shows. Right now all I can think is 'practice makes perfect," said Ozuna. 

As the artist explained, his desire to record a live album was born from listening to other works such as Daddy Yankee's Barrio Fino en Directo and Don Omar's The Last Don Live

This year, Ozuna wants to drop another album with original music that "will explore what reggaeton is in essence, mixed with Afro and other rhythms," he told Variety. He said he's dedicating more time to composing on his own. 

"I think earlier in my career I hadn't given myself time to really sit down and write. People have loved it when I've done it in the past," Ozuna said.

Tickets for the Ozu Vivo Tour go on sale March 3.


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