7 Songs, 24 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the Bryant Myers collaboration Cambio De Clima barely in his rearview, the Puerto Rican trapero provides a fitting companion here to his 2018 album EL OG, a record that helped elevate him to one of the urbano scene’s biggest names. With these seven new songs, each one ostensibly selected for a day of the week, he showcases the range of styles his fans have come to expect from him—from bass-bin-rattling “Cero Importancia” to comparatively smoother fare like “Forever Happy” with urban singer Juhn (who previously joined Woodz on the posse smash “Ahora Me Llama”). A dembow-driven standout indicative of the genre, “No Siento Nada” delivers a harsh goodbye to a soon-to-be former lover.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the Bryant Myers collaboration Cambio De Clima barely in his rearview, the Puerto Rican trapero provides a fitting companion here to his 2018 album EL OG, a record that helped elevate him to one of the urbano scene’s biggest names. With these seven new songs, each one ostensibly selected for a day of the week, he showcases the range of styles his fans have come to expect from him—from bass-bin-rattling “Cero Importancia” to comparatively smoother fare like “Forever Happy” with urban singer Juhn (who previously joined Woodz on the posse smash “Ahora Me Llama”). A dembow-driven standout indicative of the genre, “No Siento Nada” delivers a harsh goodbye to a soon-to-be former lover.

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