Ozuna’s Latest Album ‘OzuTochi’ Is Full Of A-List Collaborations

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Puerto Rican Reggaetonero Ozuna dropped his fifth studio album OzuTochi on October 7, 2022 via Aura Music and Sony Music Entertainment. The 18-track record is rich with merengue-techno, Brazilian funk, pop-rock, and reggaetón music.

OzuTochi enlists A-list artists like Arcángel, Feid, Chencho Corleone, J Balvin, Omega, Pedro Capó, Randy, Tini, El Cherry, and Tokischa. The experimental LP includes the single “La Copa,” which is from the FIFA WORLD CUP QATAR 2022 soundtrack. The video that was filmed in Madrid is an energetic Latin pop-rock track that would start up any party or celebration.

Ozuna opens the album with the fun-loving party anthem “Kotodama.” The second song of the tracklist is the catchy “Mañana,” which stands out with its rhythms and lyrics. Perhaps one of the most notable tracks of OzuTochi is “El Cel” that brings together Ozuna with urban genre giants Chencho Corleone, Arcángel, Randy, and J Balvin.

The Latin rapper honors his Puerto Rican and Dominican roots by producing authentic songs that reflect his cultural background. With songs like “Un Lio,” “Cielos Rosado,” “Perreo y Dembow,”  “Favorita,” “Vida,” and “La Suzi,” Ozuna flaunts his diversity and fearlessness to experiment with new styles. 

Listen to the full album on Spotify: