Less than a week ago, Brytiago released his first studio album “Organico.” Today, he unveils the music video of “Imán,” a musical collaboration between the urban-music-star and his Puerto Rican colleague Omy de Oro.
The video is available today on Brytiago’s YouTube Channel, BrytiagoTV. “Imán” was written by its own interpreters, produced by Marcello B. Pastuizaca and D-Note the Beatllionaire, under the wing of Business Music record label. The song belongs to the urban genre and is a reggaeton with Spanish trap influences.
The music video from “Imán” was a risky visual proposal by filmmaker Santiago Echezarreta together with Insomnia Pictures production company. The video, recorded in the island of Puerto Rico, shows action scenes on streets and rooftops in which Brytiago and Omy de Oro are the main characters.
“I am very proud to see the results of the hard teamwork and I thank my partner Omy for being part of this project. This is something new, a Brytiago you have never seen,” said Brytiago.
“Imán” is part of Brytiago´s new studio album “Organico,” which has already collected hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube, less than a week after its release. The album consists of 16 original songs and contains musical collaborations with great colleagues from the urban scene, such as Omy de Oro, Darell, Wisin, Rauw Alejandro, Dalex, Lenny Tavárez, Farruko, Kiko el Crazy, Lunay, Arcángel, Juank, Jhay Cortes, Jon Z, and Darkiel.
Watch the official video for “Imán” by Brytiago and Omy de Oro HERE.