After having one in all their greatest years ever, CNCO has teamed up with Natti Natasha for the candy new jam, ‘Honey Boo.’ They share with us EXCLUSIVELY about how this collab got here collectively.
A vibrant ray of sunshine arrived on April 3. Amid all of the chaos and panic affecting the world, CNCO and Natti Natasha whisked us all away to the enchanting sights of Puerto Rico for his or her new banger, “Honey Boo.” CNCO — Christopher Vélez, Richard Camacho, Zabdiel de Jesús, Joel Pimentel De Leon, and Erick Brian Colon – proceed the momentum of the prior yr by teaming up with Natti, a pop powerhouse and beautiful singer in her personal proper. Collectively, they only dropped a observe assured to make you dance round your own home. Not solely that — CNCO and Natti launched a video that, at factors, is what West Aspect Story could be if it came about in previous San Juan. It’s the burst of pleasure that the world wants proper now, a jam that might be blasting within the golf equipment over the summer season and past.
So, how did CNCO and Natti come collectively for this jam? Credit score Twitter – actually. “We’re large followers of hers,” CNCO tells MeSlop when dishing on the “Honey Boo” creation course of. “Sooner or later, Natti was answering fan questions on Twitter about if she would ever collaborate with us, and she or he was telling followers that she would! We had a track that we had been engaged on that we thought she would sound actually good on, so we despatched it over to her. She occurred to be within the studio [at the time]. Inside 24 hours, she recorded [her vocals], and four days later, we had been in Puerto Rico capturing the video.” And that’s that. Generally, CNCO proves, you simply should shoot your shot and see what occurs.
2019 marked CNCO’s crossover into america’ mainstream consciousness, because the band made landmark performances on Good Morning America, on the Teen Selection Awards, and on the MTV Video Music Awards. Named a “Breaking” artist by Rolling Stone in October 2019, CNCO additionally made historical past by touchdown the primary Vevo LIFT and MTV Push campaigns for a Latin artist.
Final yr, CNCO additionally picked up a pair of Latin AMAs – Favourite Dup or Group and Favourite Pop Artists – and three Billboard Latin Music Awards, together with Latin Pop Artist of the Yr, Duo or Group. They even received the Billboard Latin Music Award for Latin Pop Album of the yr for the multi-platinum CNCO. As nice as 2019 has been for CNCO, “Honey Boo” exhibits that the band will not be slowing down.