Rosalia and Ozuna, together and scrambled in ‘Yo x ti, you for me’

Rosalía continues with her carousel of diverse collaborations, joining this time with Ozuna for the single Yo x ti, you for me, now available on all streaming platforms.

It is a catchy theme with reggaeton base and Caribbean touches. It is produced by Rosalia herself with El Guincho, in collaboration with Canadian Frank Dukes.

The video clip, which in the first hours added more than eight million viewings, corresponding is directed by Cliqua (RJ Sanchez and Pasqual Gutierrez) and shows both artists interpreting the theme in different environments with obvious chemistry.

Rosalia will perform on the night of August 26-27 at the MTV VMA gala, which will take place at the Prudential Center in New Jersey.

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