Newsqueusa.com – Karol G Y Anuel Leaked Steamy Video Secreto. Anuel AA and Karol G’s “Secreto” — a pop-reggaeton two part harmony about a blistering yet secret sentiment — released on the web. “We were vexed,” says Ezequiel Rivera, who co-created the single with Henry De La Prida. “It resembled the track was simply dead. I didn’t figure Anuel and Karol would emerge and put significant advancement behind it since it got spilled.”
In any case, his concerns ended up being unwarranted: The vocalists delivered “Secreto” last week related to a video that packs a whole romantic comedy of PDA — Anuel cleans Karol’s teeth, licks her face and tosses snowballs at her — into approximately four minutes. The vocalists’ relationship was not exactly confidential; they had kissed in front of an audience at a show in New York City in November. Be that as it may, pulling back the shroud on their sentiment in such a forceful design made all the difference for “Secreto,” which collected very nearly 100 million perspectives on YouTube in 10 days, sufficient for a Main Five presentation on the stage’s worldwide graph.
The progress of this single is the most recent upset for Anuel, who was let out of jail the previous summer after a spell for ownership of guns and ammo. In approximately a half year, he delivered a collection, Genuine Hasta La Muerte, and he was the lead or highlighted entertainer on 11 different diagramming singles, including the gleaming “Ella Quiere Beber” remix, which jumped from Board’s Hot Latin Melodies graph to the Hot 100. Anuel has created additional upsetting titles too: In September, he delivered a horrendous homophobic track that went after the rapper Cosculluela and furthermore caught the transparently gay Latin snare craftsman Kevin Fret, who was as of late killed. The tune was generally censured; after a Puerto Rican advertiser dropped an arranged Anuel show, the rapper referred to the track as “my greatest misstep.”
Rivera met Anuel in 2016 just before he went to jail. At that point, the maker required the rapper’s vocals for “Liberace,” a Farruko track that was an early Latin snare hit in Puerto Rico. Rivera and Anuel reconnected last year in the fall, a couple of months after the rapper was let out of prison.
Part of the justification behind Anuel’s post-jail business achievement has been sagacious repositioning. “He’s known for his hard snare, yet he has a great deal of tune,” Rivera says. Anuel has underlined that subsequent quality on hits like “Ella Quiere Beber,” “Adictiva” and “Amanece,” which additionally exchange slow, battering trap beats for reggaeton instrumentals that have been sanded down until they’re smooth and weightless.