Anuel AA and Ozuna’s new collaborative album Los Dioses has Latin fans rejoicing, as this team-up between the tow has been eagerly anticipated by both their massive fanbases.
The 12 original songs represent a milestone for these Puerto Rican talents. Yesterday, they debuted two tracks and their respective music videos – “Los Dioses” and “Municiones,”. At midnight, with the release of the album, the superstars dropped the first official single and video for “Antes.”
“This album is important for both me and Ozuna. We’ve been speaking about this project since 2015 and we haven’t had time to work on the album. We both have great chemistry in the studio and our fans will be able to see the results through this album. I hope all my fans love this special project,” said Anuel AA.
Los Dioses finds Anuel AA and Ozuna elevating each other to new heights and unprecedented versatility. As artists who have made their way to the A-list of Latin music in record time, they are eager to take risks and mix their unique styles, finding a perfect balance as they continue to set trends.
“I’m happy that Los Dioses is finally hitting the street,” Ozuna says. “This is an album that we had wanted to do for years, but our prior commitments had never allowed us the time. I greatly enjoyed the process and the experience of crafting this project with Anuel AA. As you all know, he’s not just a colleague to me – he’s like a brother. I also thank the team members who worked on this record, which we hope our respective fans will enjoy.”
The two hunkered down in a Miami recording studio for long sessions in which they pushed each other to the limits, breaking new grounds in songwriting and arranging. Sparing no effort, they brought in some of their favorite urban-music producers and songwriters, including: Dynell, Yazid, Tainy, Hi Music Hi Flow, Carlos Mercader, Ovy on the Drums, Lil Geniuz, DJ Luian, Mambo Kings, Jowny, Foreignteck, Súbelo Neo, Yo Poppy, and Legazzy.
In honor of the album’s releases, Billboard Magazine gave the artists the cover of their first 2021 digital edition, making them the first Latin artist to accomplish this feat.