Grupo Frontera and Bad Bunny officially released “un x100to” (one percent) on Monday (April 17), marking the first collaboration between the two acts and a new twist for Bad Bunny. Produced and composed by Latin hitmakers Edgar Barrer and MAG, the romantic cumbia-norteño tells the story of someone who misses their ex and makes a crucial phone call with only one percent battery remaining on their phone.
The Spanish-language ballad’s lyrics translate to: “I have only 1% left, and I’ll use it to say I’m so sorry/ If they’ve seen me in the disco with someone else, it’s just wasting my time/ Baby, I can’t lie to you; That story that they saw me all happy, that’s not true/ Nothing makes me laugh anymore, only when I see the photos and videos I see of you.” An official music video features the group and Bunny performing the song in front of a secluded ranch in a desert (watch it below).
The Puerto Rican artist, born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, first teased the track on his TikTok account on Sunday (April 16), where he’s seen singing a portion of the nostalgic lyrics and showcasing his cumbia-dancing skills.
Although he’s a longtime fan of regional Mexican music, his new track with Grupo Frontera is only his second regional Mexican collaboration. Before this, he worked with Natanael Cano for a remix of “Soy el Diablo,” a corrido. Over the weekend, after he headlined Coachella, he also posted a video singing along to Cano’s “AMG” in collaboration with Peso Pluma and Gabito Ballesteros.
Watch the music video for “un X100to” below.