Polimá Westcoast Shares “Lacone”: His Latest Collaboration With Mora & Quevedo

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Polimá Westcoast continues to release hits on a global standard. The Chilean urban musician comes together with the Spaniards Quevedo and Mora to share his most recent single “Lacone.”  The song is the follow-up to “Ultra Solo,” “Baby Otaku,” “Sextime,” and “Kawaii,” featuring J Balvin.

Westcoast announced the news in a post that came along with a series of photos of the artists. Poli wrote: “For this it was necessary to take 7265222 planes to achieve it, and the presence of God and his angels at all times. This is for you to enjoy.”

Speaking of the collaborative single, Polimá said: “It is one of the most important songs of my career because of the love that was put into this project. It was very difficult in terms of logistics and time, we had to take a plane to the Canary Islands and then to Ibiza to meet Quevedo and Mora, and create this incredible project that was developed in Madrid under European influence.”

Rising to fame with “Quevedo: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52,” a fusion of electronica and reggaeton, the Canary Islands native is one of the best-known faces of urban Spanish music. Mora on the other hand is also one of the great leaders of the urban genre and recently released the album Paraíso.

Poli accumulates more than 16 million monthly listeners on Spotify and has two songs in the Top 50 Chile chart. It’s no doubt that “Lacone” will be another milestone for the artist.

Watch the official video for “Lacone” here: