Colombian star J Balvin shocked followers with efficiency of “Ma’ G,” the primary track from his forthcoming fifth album, throughout Saturday’s extremely anticipated Canelo Álvarez vs. Avni Yildirim struggle at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. After debuting the monitor throughout his good friend Álvarez’s trek to the ring, Balvin then launched the only and its accompanying video to on-line platforms.
As for the follow-up to 2020’s Colores, the album is nearly accomplished, Balvin confirmed to Rolling Stone over the telephone from Miami on Thursday, including that it is going to be coming “quickly.” Balvin stated it’s utterly totally different from Colores, which was an audiovisual idea album impressed by colours and their totally different meanings.
“This new album is all about me,” Balvin instructed Rolling Stone. “It’s the primary time I’m going to speak about private stuff. I’ve by no means accomplished that earlier than.” Despite the challenge’s extremely private nature, he says he’s nonetheless doing what he loves and what he’s good at: making hits and repping reggaeton. “I’m positively attempting to only elevate each single facet of myself with this album. You must compete with your self. It’s about attempting to get higher and higher, and being fearless about it.”

With “Ma’ G” particularly, he’s chosen to give attention to “themes of id, origins, and gratitude” and replicate on his “journey from the streets of el Barrio Castilla in Colombia to international superstardom as a popular culture icon,” based on a press launch. His determination to unveil the track with the assistance of Álvarez, a Mexican celeb and the world’s #1 ranked energetic boxer, was meant to characterize the “solidarity and power of the worldwide Latin motion.”
The track’s launch is available in tandem with a brand new merch assortment. It additionally arrives mere hours after Balvin introduced that he was releasing one other track for The Pokémon Company’s twenty fifth anniversary compilation album.