Rauw Alejandro, Bizarrap Drop Supercharged Second Single ‘Baby Hello’

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raw alejandro and Argentine producer strange He has released a new song called “Baby Hello”, the first single from Alejandro’s upcoming album “Playa Saturno”. The project will serve as a counterpart to “Saturno” in 2022 and comes as the urban artist is busy touring Latin America with a big stadium run that started earlier this year.

Continuing the 90s EDM influence of “Saturno”, “Baby Hello” comes just one day after the release of “BZRP Music Session #56” by Alejandro and Bizarrap. The music video for this track, which has since been watched more than 9.2 million times, was teased with the arrival of “Baby Hello” at the end. He joins a star-studded group of artists joining Bzrp Music Sessions, including Alejandro, Shakira, Residente, Villano Antillano and most recently, Featherweight.

Their new joint song was later released Thursday night, along with a music video depicting a pool party on the moon with both humans and extraterrestrial participants. In the video, Alejandro is accompanied by Bizarrap, who wears his usual disguise – sunglasses and a baseball cap – while playing on an vocoder.

inside to post Alejandro made fun of their second single, revealing that “Session #56” was played during the day and “Baby Hello” was played at night.

The visual was directed by Martin Seipel and El Zorro, who was also behind several videos from the “Saturno” era. In an interview in April, Alejandro described “Playa Saturno” as the “spin-off” of his latest feature project. Variation. He added that it is a big project. i like to do big things [and] it’s all linked to ‘Saturno’ because I’m touring that album by the end of the year, so we’ll probably shuffle some of these songs into the set list.

Alejandro and his fiancee, Rosalía, released a joint EP called “RR” in March (via Columbia Records and Duars Entertainment) before the Bzrp Music Session. The three-song set featured the now-viral track “Beso”, which peaked at number 52 on Billboard’s all-genre Hot 100 chart.

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