There is a brand-new music video for “Neverita” by Bad Bunny. It pays a tribute to fellow Puerto Rican Elvis Crespo and the music video for “Suavemente,” which is one of his most well-known songs.
The video, which has a maximum resolution of 480p on YouTube and is similar to the difficult-to-find music videos from the 1990s, features Bad Bunny in a novel location while singing and dancing in front of a green screen with vintage 1990s graphics.
Similar to Crespo’s debut in the “Suavemente” video, Bad Bunny enters the clip singing while dressed entirely in black.
The video, which was directed by Stillz, a frequent collaborator of Crespo’s, also features various callbacks, memes, and bizarre things like a cow wearing sunscreen and a riff by Bad Bunny on the gif of the young person dancing in the club. The one, you know.
In keeping with Bad Bunny’s practice of paying tribute to musicians who have influenced both his career and the lives of millions of millennial Latinos, “Neverita” ends with the caption “In honor of the best video of all time.”