A journey through all the musical genres that Nicky Jam has mastered throughout his career, Infinity takes listeners on a journey that begins with his old-school reggaetón sound before finishing off with his more current work. The 15 track album portrays all the different facets of Jam’s artistry, from the raw and real rap verses to the romantic and melodic slow-tempo songs that showcase his singing voice.
1- “Magnum” feat. Jhay Cortez
3- “Te Hace Falta”
5- “Se De y Se Da”
6- “Pikete” feat. El Alfa
8- “Te Invito” feat. Rios
9- “DM” feat. Manuel Turizo
10- “Una Guayaa”
11- “Polvo” feat. Myke Towers
15- “Fan de tus Fotos” feat. Romeo Santos
Along with the album’s release also came the music video for the opening song “Magnum” ft Jhay Cortez. “Magnum” is an ode to old school reggaetón with a new-age-feel that will make the listeners let go of their inhibitions as they dive into the beats and rhythms. The track features the unmistakable musical stylings of Cortez, making this meeting of two generations iconic.
Directed by Ariel Navarrete “NAVS” and produced by Maite Calzacorta with The Way Films, the video takes place in an underground party where people enjoy the moment and live with no regrets. Throughout, flashes of both Jam and Cortez singing on a stage are shown matching their physical energy to the unparalleled vibes of the song, creating a visual orgasm for a track that is like nothing fans have ever heard of from the two artists.
“Tell me what are you going to do because I’m looking for someone who can drive it // I’m going to do to you whatever you let me // And the Magnum that protects me down below // To go all night, so you don’t complain,” Nicky begins this cheeky song while getting the listener in the mood for more before Jhay Cortez disrupts with his unapologetic verse telling it like it is.
Following “Magnum” is his chart-topping single “Miami”, a song that defines the limits of temptation in a long-lived relationship. “Te Hace Falta” and “Celosa,” two tropical vibes songs fused with urban sounds. “Se De y Se Da,” a commercial reggartón track where Jam asks his love interest for forgiveness, alluding that he wants to fix things and give the relationship another try.
“Clavo” is up next with a more melodic tune, toning it down a bit to give way to “Te Invito” featuring up-and-coming artist Rios, which starts as a ballad until the beat drops almost a minute into the song, transforming into a slow-tempo reggaetón that highlights both artists distinctive voices.
Nicky Jam teams up with Manuel Turizo for “DM,” a sexy and mysterious track about sliding into a woman’s DMs and trying to seduce her. Almost as if it was an audio diary, the tracks “Guayya” and “Polvo” give an overarching story of a relationship with a woman, from courting to breaking up to a final hope of potential reconciliation.
The temperature rises with “Playa,” before taking a seductive turn with “Dándote,” only to then surprise listeners with “Melancolía,” a ballad where Jam puts his vocal range to full display. He then ends with “Fan De Tus Fotos,” featuring Romeo Santos, a subtle reggaetón full of sensuality and rhythm with Santo’s unique voice and Jam’s distinctive flow, wrapping up a most diverse yet authentic project to date.
Named after his latest album, his upcoming INFINITY TOUR 2022 will be Jam’s first official tour post-pandemic that will hit major cities across the United States and Canada. The tour will kick off in Boston on February 3, 2022, and end in Seattle on March 27, 2022, with stops in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Orlando, Houston, Hidalgo, Ontario, Los Angeles, and San Jose. Tickets to the tour can be purchased at cmnevents.com.
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