Breakthrough artist Stiven Mesa Londoño, mostly known as, Blessd released his second album, Siempre Blessd, on Thursday, via Warner Music Latina and JM World Music. The 13-track record includes the songs “Instagram (Remix)” with De La Ghetto and Darell and “Tendencia Global” with Myke Towers and Ovy on the Drums.
Following Hecho en Medellín, the Colombian artist’s new album is full of club hits, reggaetón rhythms, trap beats, and collaborative tracks with acclaimed artists such as Dalex, Rvssian, Amaro, Pirlo, and Philip Ariaz. Blessd says that the LP “fills him with great pride because it is an album that I can call mine. With this album, I want to connect with all my fans and take my career to another level.”
Londoño recently went through his favorite and most essential songs from Siempre Blessd, which are “Ziploc” (feat. Pirlo), “Exclusive,” “Europa,” “Ojitos Rojos,” and the lead single “Que Duro.”
Speaking with Billboard about “Que Duro,” Blessed explains, “It’s a very special song for me on this album. It’s the focus track. With this song, we want to show the world where we want to go with the music I make. As for production, I can say that it is something that no one is targeting at the moment, and it is a different sort of proposition.”
Find out what he says about the other tracks here.
Listen to the full album on Spotify: