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Few tracks have the ability to take over hip-hop, latin music, electronic music and pop radio waves alike. Unsurprisingly though, star-studded collaboration “Taki Taki” produced by DJ Snake featuring Ozuna, Cardi B, and Selena Gomez has done just that. The release has surpassed over 47 million streams on Spotify alone in the first two weeks it has been out, and that number is only going to continue increasing with the drop of the track’s hotly anticipated music video. The video was premiered at the American Music Awards, and all four artists play a major role in the video.
The visuals are clouded in black and red with a dark and sexy motif, panning in on Ozuna under a pile of scantily clad women. He and Snake pan in and out of the picture until Cardi B erupts into focus. The video’s theme stays dark until Selena Gomez takes the later part of the video away, dancing is a bright forest with DJ Snake in the background. The video has no shortage of visual appeal packing in four dynamic artists and intricate set fixtures to amp up what is already the biggest song in the world right now.
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The saying goes that “three’s a party,” and with Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna each providing features on DJ Snake‘s latest single, “Taki Taki,” the song is a veritable fiesta. The multilingual effort sees each artist deviate from English to submit Spanish speaking verses that pepper the track with lyrical Latin flair. The track’s sultry, sauntering background beat adds a warm reggaetón heat that burns at a slow but club-appropriate tempo. A malleable offering that could sizzle in a set list as it currently stands, “Taki Taki” could just as easily as it could lend itself to a fierce festival flip.
DJ Snake originally announced that the bilingual number would be on its way in August. Each of “Taki Taki’s” collaborators shared pictures presumably taken on the set of the song’s music video to their Instagram pages, further heightening fans’ interest in the then forthcoming mega collaboration. Now that “Taki Taki” has arrived, listeners can expect that an accompanying music video won’t take long to follow.
Photo credit: Instagram/@ozuna
DJ Snake is no stranger to success. He rose quickly on the scene with his forward thinking and original trap productions. Snake’s live mixing skills only doubled down on the public’s positive perception of the French native. While DJ Snake has many high profile collaborations under his belts such as his work with Justin Bieber,
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