Bad Bunny travels back in time to the ’90s and pays homage to Elvis Crespo in delightful ‘Neverita’ video – Rolling Stone

The electro-pop song is one of the stars of the Puerto Rican artist’s album A Verano Sin Ti.

A die most upbeat and unexpected songs from Bad Bunny’s record album A Verano Sin Ti is “Neverita”, a brilliant electro-pop bop. On Monday, the Puerto Rican superstar posted a playful video to accompany the breezy track, embracing retro internet aesthetics and paying homage to merengue legend Elvis Crespo.

The video, directed by go-to Bad Bunny collaborator Stillz, travels back in time to the late ’90s and sees Bad Bunny recreate parts of Crespo’s “Suavemente,” the legendary 1999 track. Bad Bunny sings and dances to several sets that look charmingly like they’ve been built in an outdated version of Microsoft Paint and which many millennials might remember from the peak of Crespo’s career.

At the end of the video, a palm tree appears next to text that reads: “In honor of the best video ever”. This is just one example of the fun Bad Bunny had with the A Verano Sin Ti visuals: He was a naked man for “Moscow Mule,” he threw a giant block party in the Bronx for “Tití Me Preguntó,” and he hit the club with Chencho Corleone for “Me Porto Bonito.”

The entertainer is currently touring the country and has made headlines for releasing a star-studded guest list with him. Over the weekend, he drove fans wild by inviting legendary reggaeton pioneer Ivy Queen to sing along. Meanwhile, Un Verano Sin Ti continues to return to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and remains the strongest contender for Summer Album of the Year.

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