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Is Bizarrap Venturing into Corridos Tumbados Again with Natanael Cano?

Following his music session with Young Miko, Bizarrap’s back in the studio. This time, the prominent Argentinean producer is collaborating with corridos tumbados OG Natanael Cano on “BZRP Music Sessions #59.”

After an assumed music video clip leaked on social media, fans have been speculating about this highly-anticipated collaboration between the two creatives. Last week, Biza seemingly teased the collaboration on Instagram when he posted a throwback photo with the música mexicana artist on his birthday (Mar. 27). He wrote in Spanish, “happy birthday compa @natanael_cano. q lo pases de 10,” with the hashtags “2021” and “CT.” Nata replied: “We smash what we touch 🙏🏽🦍🖤 THANK YOU BROTHER.”

Yesterday (Mar. 31), Biza finally confirmed the upcoming joint track with a short video clip. The video’s caption reads, “3/4 💎tado @natanael_cano,” confirming the release date for April 4. In the new visuals, both artists are seen walking into what appears to be a club. Nata lights up a cigarette inside the club that’s flashing red strobing lights. They approach a DJ with a crowd dancing, and then we see them behind the DJ. The video is accompanied by a soft piano ballad, opposite to the visuals of the DJ and the crowds’ hype dance moves on the dancefloor.

Fans are thrilled to hear what the two artists are up to finally. Will the artists explore more corridos tumbados? Or perhaps they will dive deep into electro-corridos? Regardless of what they deliver, social media users are ready for it.

A social media user wrote in Spanish: “BIZARRAP’S POWERFUL SESSION #59 WITH NATANAEL CANO IS COMING THIS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3RD.” Another X user commented in Spanish: “me as soon as natanael cano’s session with bizarrap comes out,” paired with a video of Barbie’s Margot Robbie leaving a five-star review.

Other artists like Peso Pluma and Chino Pacas also showed their support. La Doble P commented: “🇲🇽🙏🏻 con todo @natanael_cano @bizarrap.” Pacas wrote: “Alvvv.

This isn’t the first time the Argentinean producer has collaborated with a música mexicana artist. Last May, he brought Peso Pluma into the studio for the regional Mexican-inspired “BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 55.” This marked Biza’s first time incorporating música mexicana instruments into his signature electronic productions.