Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin’s ‘Ritmo’ Will Take You Back in Time – Billboard

Black Eyed Peasand J Balvin joined forces to release Ritmo (Bad Boys for Life) on Friday (Oct. 11) from the Bad Boys for Lifesoundtrack.

Ritmo take us back to the '90s thanks to its sample of Corona's Rhythm of the Night and is a hybrid of hip-hop and pop withBalvins incendiary and infectious take on reggaeton. Lyrically, they mix Spanish and English verses with the sticky chorus of the original song. Toda la noche rompemos, a el otro dia volvemos (we break in all night, we come back next day), Balvin sings while BEP adds: Baby tonight is like fuego.

I wanted to reimagine Rhythm of the Night by Corona and give it a minimal, futurist, afro-fused reggaeton vibe, Black Eyed says in a press release. The final song and video feel like the classic next level futurism that the Black Eyed Peas are all about.

The video, also released Friday, shows scenes of Bad Boys for Life with colorful images of BEP and Balvin singing and dancing on a stage with neon lights.

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Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin's 'Ritmo' Will Take You Back in Time - Billboard

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