Odisea by Ozuna on Apple Music

16 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Odisea finds Ozuna on a late-night creep, laying down a gently bumping soundtrack for after-parties around the globe. It’s a collection of slow jams that glide by like dreamy R&B hits, except these beats are built from the raw throb of Latin trap (“Una Flor”) and the rattling thump of reggaeton (“Pide Lo Que Tú Quieras”). Ozuna drops softly murmured soul hooks and bars that bristle with bad-boy charm, all while the synths twinkle and the drums patter like a music box’s lullaby.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Odisea finds Ozuna on a late-night creep, laying down a gently bumping soundtrack for after-parties around the globe. It’s a collection of slow jams that glide by like dreamy R&B hits, except these beats are built from the raw throb of Latin trap (“Una Flor”) and the rattling thump of reggaeton (“Pide Lo Que Tú Quieras”). Ozuna drops softly murmured soul hooks and bars that bristle with bad-boy charm, all while the synths twinkle and the drums patter like a music box’s lullaby.

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3:13
3:08
3:39
3:46
4:07
3:26
3:20
3:56
3:56
3:46
3:50
3:53
3:33
3:21
3:46

About Ozuna

Jan Carlos Ozuna Rosado, professionally known as Ozuna, is a reggaeton singer and songwriter from Puerto Rico. His aim is to write positive, uplifting songs that encourage people to work toward their dreams, and he avoids using profanity out of respect for his daughter. A songwriter since the age of 12, he signed a record contract in 2014 and began posting songs to YouTube. By 2015, songs such as "Si Tu Marido No Te Quiere" had become radio hits across Latin America, and he'd performed concerts in numerous countries. In March of 2016, he released a remix of his song "No Quiere Enamorarse," which featured superstar Daddy Yankee; the song immediately racked up millions of YouTube views. In 2017, he delivered his full-length debut album, Odisea, which featured guest appearances by De La Ghetto, Anuel AA, J Balvin, and others. Included on the album were the singles "Tell Him That You Love Him," "Your Photo," and "A Flower." In September, the album peaked at number one on the Top Latin albums chart. ~ Paul Simpson

  • ORIGIN
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • BORN
    Mar 13, 1992

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