The duo of Venezuelan singer-songwriters Want y Ricky, faithful exponents of Latin urban pop, start this 2022 with the premiere this Thursday of “Can not be”, a romantic song made in collaboration with the Puerto Rican trap singer Eladio Carrion.
In the song, the youngest children of the popular singer-songwriter Ricardo Montaner They talk about “a broken heart they can’t forget”, according to a press release from its representative office.
In the piece published today along with a video clip, Mau and Ricky “reiterate their feelings about being haunted by an old romance they can’t get over”, deepens the statement.
The video clip for “No puede ser” with Carrión was filmed in San Diego (California), and the brothers Mau and Ricky appear “visiting a dark and sinister amusement park, taking advantage of the rides and roller coasters.”
Then, the Puerto Rican and exponent of Latin trap “calls them with a comical wink that breaks the tension of the video, excusing himself for not being able to attend because his puppy is sick, although he is really eating pizza on a roof.”
According to the preview to the press, it is a “surrealist video” which concludes with “a creepy clown chasing them through the park”.
In the song, Carrión, nominated last year for a Latin Grammy for best urban music album for his album “Monarca”, injects “powerful rhymes into the song.”
The new collaboration was produced in Miami by Johnny Julca, details the statement.
In September 2021, the Montaner brothers began a tour of Argentina, a country where they performed, for the first time and four times, at the Gran Rex Theater in front of more than 12,000 people.
In addition, they offered concerts with sold-out tickets in more than 13 cities in the Latin American southern cone, during a tour that will close this coming February 11 at Luna Park in Buenos Aires and where they will present their new release.
Mau y Ricky maintain a strong presence on social networks, where they have more than 6.5 million followers on Instagram and more than 13 million monthly listeners on Spotify.
His music videos already have more than two billion views on YouTube.