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Rosalía and Ozuna’s ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi’ is catchy AF and check out the cool music video

Well, this is just fabulous. A new collaboration between Spanish singer songwriter Rosalía and Puerto Rican trap singer Ozuna called ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi’ just hit YouTube and, man, the song is catchy and the music video is cool.

The collaboration has been expected for the last couple of days, as both Rosalía and Ozuna had put up Instagram posts about the upcoming new release on Tuesday.

And, even though I know what talented artists both Rosalía and Ozuna are, I’ve gotta say even I wasn’t expecting something this stellar.

Rosalía, of course, has worked with James Blake in the past on his gorgeous single ‘Barefoot in the Park‘, and with Spanish rapper C. Tangana.

The 25-year-old Catalan singer also recently announced an upcoming collab with Billie Eilish.

Ozuna has been involved in a huge number of collabs in his career as well, with everyone from Jennifer Lopez and Cardi B, to Daddy Yankee, Wisin & Yandel and Nicky Jam.

Rosalía and Ozuna’s ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi‘ is the first time the pair have worked together, however, but if this is the high caliber of work they produce when they do, let’s hope it’s not the last.

And by the way, I already know this one is going to be a massive hit for the pair.

After all, the video for ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi‘ was only uploaded to YouTube a few hours ago and, while the views on it only officially show 35,000 so far, the video already has over 258,000 likes.

That means, in reality, the ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi’ video probably already has several million views, and views are climbing fast.

Watch Rosalía and Ozuna’s ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi‘ music video, and then play it on repeat. Because that song is as catchy AF, and that cool video will make you want to dance.

Related: What is the meaning of James Blake’s ‘Barefoot in the Park‘ music video feat. Rosalía?

Michelle Topham

Founder/CEO at Leo Sigh
I am a music journalist, a former radio DJ, a left-wing human rights advocate and the founder of Leo Sigh. I am also an avid video game player.
Michelle Topham