Fresh off a whirlwind tour through Spain, the Puerto Rican sensation, Ozuna, has unleashed a new musical masterpiece for his fans. Titled "Afro", this EP is a dynamic fusion of Afro-beat rhythms mixed with urban-Caribbean tunes, all highlighted by Ozuna's signature vocals. This compelling collection has swiftly become the defining soundtrack of the summer. Listen to "Afro" here.
From this very EP emerges the summer super-hit, “Eva Longoria”, which has not only made its mark on the Top 20 of Spanish radio but has also stormed into the Top 10 on Spotify.
A Glimpse into Ozuna's Stellar Career
For those unfamiliar with this iconic name in Latin music, Ozuna has been leaving an indelible mark on the global music scene since he began his journey in 2015. Over the years, he's garnered countless accolades: from making it to Time magazine's list of most influential people in 2019 to bagging awards like the BMI's Latin Contemporary Songwriter of the Year in 2019 and 2021. His collaboration “Yo x Ti, Tú x Mí” with Rosalía even fetched him two Latin Grammy® awards in 2020.
Summer 2022 saw Ozuna electrifying stages across Europe, with sold-out shows from Spain to France and Italy. August 2022 had him teaming up with Congolese-French rapper Gims and RedOne for "Arhbo", a track for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022's official soundtrack. October was marked by the release of his fifth studio album, “OzuTochi”, which was swiftly followed by 2022's biggest Spanish YouTube debut, “Monotonía”, a collaboration with Colombian superstar, Shakira.
By November 2022, Ozuna was being honored by Sony Music Latin for amassing over 50 billion audio and video streams across all his albums: Odisea, Aura, Nibiru, ENOC, and OzuTochi. To crown the year, he delivered a live performance at the closing ceremony of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 in December.
Fast forward to May 2023, Ozuna dropped the EP "Afro", featuring popular Afrobeat artists Omah Lay and Davido. July saw him back on the European tour circuit, supporting the EP with a 15-date concert schedule across various countries.