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The song combines elements of EDM and reggaeton, inspired by Usher’s record-breaking hit from 2004, “Yeah!” The music video is set on vibrant city streets and brightly lit indoor dance floors, putting all three stars in the spotlight. DJ Khaled even showed off his signature viral dance move on a video game that looks like Dance Dance Revolution.
Throughout the music video, there are images of Usher’s 2004 Vibe magazine cover, complete with the iconic headline “Cheat, fight and overachieve… Yeah!” This is a reference to Usher’s R&B career.
“Dientes” was produced by an impressive team of music creators, including Mura Masa, Fred Ball, DJ Luian, Mambo Kingz, Tainy and Michael Brun. In a press release, the song was described as a testament to J Balvin’s ability to reinvent and reimagine his music while remaining faithful to his Latino roots.
It’s worth noting that J Balvin hasn’t released a full-length studio album since “Jose” in 2021, which featured hit singles like “Qué Más Pues?” with Maria Becerra and “Un Día (One Day)”, a collaboration with J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny and Tainy.
J Balvin, a Colombian singer, has played a vital role in inspiring many of the rising and leading reggaeton artists on today’s music charts. He recently shared the stage with Karol G during her stadium tour of the United States. Balvin’s music catalog has accumulated over 110 billion streams to date, making him the most streamed artist in Vevo’s history.