CNCO DROP NEW SINGLE
“MIS OJOS LLORAN POR TI”
SECOND TRACK OFF NEW ALBUM DÉJÀ VU
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-SAVE NOW HERE
MIAMI, Florida (November 20, 2020). Award-winning, multiplatinum group CNCO drop their new single, “Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti,” today! The track, which is the second release off of the groups upcoming third studio album, Déjà Vu, reimagines the 1996 hit by Puerto Rican rapper Big Boy and Angel Lopez. The accompanying visual, directed by renowned director Carlos Perez, pays homage to N*Sync’s iconic “Tearin’ Up My Heart” video, which was released within the same year. Click HERE to watch!
Last Friday, CNCO kicked off their new era by announcing their eagerly awaited third studio album Déjà Vu, which is now available for pre-save HERE. For the upcoming concept project, the group flipped the script and reimagined classics from the past few decades that inspired them in different ways. Not only did the five vocalists breathe new life into these songs, but they also evoked a bit of nostalgia at the same time. Additionally, coinciding each release, the group is also unveiling conceptual videos that all interconnect, which kicked off with 2 trailers released early last week.
In conjunction with the announce, CNCO also revealed the first song off the project, “Tan Enamorados.” The track, which is the group’s new take of the song made widely popular in the 80’s by Ricardo Montaner, dropped alongside the Carlos Perez directed visual, which payed homage to a major pop culture moment of 1988, the same year the song came out, with references to New Kids On The Block’s, “(You’ve Got It) The Right Stuff” video. Click HERE to watch!
Upon release, the song and video shot up the YouTube Trends charts all over Latin America and receive praise from media including Rolling Stone, Billboard, People and V Magazine, among others. Additionally, the video has since surpassed over 7 million views in just 1 week, as well as caught the attention of NKOTB members, saying that CNCO “has got the right stuff.”
CNCO is set to make the debut performance of “Tan Enamorados” on the 94th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade next Thursday, November 26th, live from New York City.
With over 3 billion streams, 6.5 billion YouTube views, sold out shows on multiple continents, two multiplatinum #1 debuts on the Billboard Top Latin Albums Chart, and dozens of gold and platinum certifications across the globe, CNCO have sealed their status as one of the biggest acts on the planet. Not to mention, they’ve achieved nine Latin American Music Awards, six Premios Juventud (Youth Awards), four Billboard Latin Music Awards, three Premio Lo Nuestro, three Premios Tu Mundo (Your World Awards), two iHeartRadio Music Awards, three Teen Choice Awards, and a Kids Choice Award. In addition, they received a Latin GRAMMY®️ Award nod.
During 2019, their mainstream crossover accelerated at lightspeed as the boys took the stage on Good Morning America and at the Teen Choice Awards. Attracting critical acclaim, People Magazine crowned them among its “Ones to Watch,” and Rolling Stone dubbed them a “Breaking” artist. CNCO even made history as the first Latin talent to headline Vevo LIFT and MTV Push campaigns. Popping off in 2020, the group lit up the stage at the MTV VMA and took home the honor for “Best Quarantine Performance,” facing off stiff competition from none other than Post Malone and Lady Gaga.
On their 2020 third full-length, CNCO recharge, revisit, and revitalize 12 classics from the Latin music songbook. The multiplatinum Latin GRAMMY®️-nominated quintet—Joel Pimentel, Richard Camacho, Erick Brian Colón, Christopher Vélez, and Zabdiel De Jesús—put their own spin on three decades of anthems. By doing so, they stretch their signature sound into new territory and amplify their voices louder than ever.
“Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti” Links:
All DSPs: https://smarturl.it/MisOjosLloranPorTi
Apple Music: https://smarturl.it/MisOjosLloranPorTi/applemusic
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Jennifer J. Nieman | Publicist/ Publicista (Latin media)
Elisa Kupelian | Publicist / Publicista (Anglo Media)