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The new music video of the Puerto Rican artist Ozuna, “Del Mar”, a song that he included in his most recent album, “ENOC”, and in which the Australian singer participates Sia and the american rapper Doja Cat, has been the most watched worldwide in the last 24 hours.
As reported this Saturday by representatives of Ozuna, one of the great stars of the urban movement, the video for “Del Mar” has surpassed 6.2 million views on YouTube in just one day of its premiere.
The video also surpassed the new audiovisual of the Canadian star Justin Bieber and the American Benny Blanco “Lonely”, which has been seen almost 6.1 million times, and that of the Colombian interpreter Camilo, “Vida de rico”, with a little more than 5 million.
The clip of “Del Mar”, directed by the Venezuelan Nuno Gomes and his production company, Compostela Films, presents Ozuna and Doja Cat under the sea, and where Sia later joins them as a mermaid hologram, the artist’s representatives detailed Puerto Rican in a press release.
“Del Mar” is the new hit from Ozuna’s fourth studio album, “ENOC”, whose title is an abbreviation of Ozuna’s artistic identity phrase, “El Negrito Ojos Claros”.
The album, so far, has achieved more than 246 million views on various musical platforms, according to Ozuna’s representatives in the statement.
In addition to Sia and Doja Cat, the album also features the collaborations of Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Karol G, Wisin, Nicky Jam and the duo Zion & Lennox.
On the week of the release of his new album, on September 4, Ozuna was the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in its editions in Colombia, Argentina and Mexico.
Other music videos of the 20 songs that are included in “ENOC” and that have been released are “Un Get”, “Caramelo” and “Hidden Enemies”.
The video for “Un Get” has more than 20 million views on YouTube.
“Caramelo”, in its original version, has ranked as one of the trendiest songs of the summer in Latin America, the United States and Puerto Rico since its launch, and also held the first position for several consecutive weeks in Spain and Mexico.
“Caramelo” also has more than 279 million views on YouTube, between its original version and the “remix” with Karol G and Myke Towers.
Meanwhile, the music video for “Caramelo” has more than 346 million views on YouTube, adding the original version and the remix (remix) alongside Karol G and Myke Towers.
Similarly, during the week of the launch of “ENOC”, Ozuna premiered the song and music video for “Hidden Enemies” with Arcángel, Cosculluela, Juanka El Problematik, Myke Towers, and Wisin, and “Despeinada” with the Colombian singer-songwriter Camilo.
“ENOC” is Ozuna’s fourth album, after “Odyssey” (2017), “Aura” (2018) and “Nibiru” (2019).