Dangerous Bunny appears to have it dangerous for Kendall Jenner.
That’s not less than what followers are fascinated by the Puerto Rican sensation and his rumored girlfriend after listening to his new single, “Where She Goes,” which dropped on Thursday together with a star-studded video.
Though the music is in Spanish — per normal with the artist born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio — the lyrics translate as, “Child, inform me the reality/When you already forgot me/I do know that it was just one evening/That it gained’t occur once more.”
Then he continues, “Perhaps in you I wished to seek out/What I misplaced in one other one/Your delight doesn’t wish to discuss to me/So we’re gonna compete, let’s see, ey.”
Followers are speculating that the lyrics trace that Dangerous Bunny had a one-night stand with a lady — probably Kendall — who he can’t cease fascinated by and needs to proceed seeing and attending to know on a deeper stage.
“I wasn’t anticipating to make music this yr … I simply felt it,” Dangerous Bunny told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. “I had this concept, I had this sense, and I mentioned, ‘F – – okay, let’s do it.’ In order that’s what music is about, to have enjoyable … I’ve been listening [to it] 100 instances daily.”
The video options cameos from Frank Ocean, “Euphoria” star Dominic Fike, rapper Lil Uzi Vert, Brazilian soccer nice Ronaldinho, designer Julian Consuegra and fashions Isabella Manderson, Juliana Nalú and Sabrina Zada.
“The video is loopy … so I’m actually excited to indicate the world my new work,” Dangerous Bunny instructed Apple Music.
“I positively wish to carry out this music quickly. The place? I don’t know. So possibly I’ve to attend ’til subsequent yr, however I don’t know.”
And the 29-year-old star continues to be basking within the glory of turning into, in April, the primary Latin solo artist to headline Coachella.
“I believe that my favourite a part of the present was after I confirmed the salsa story and in regards to the reggaeton and Caribbean music story,” he mentioned.
“Not the mainstream, not the pop facet, I introduced the true avenue soul of Puerto Rico to one of many greatest phases … I began to cry ’trigger I used to be very emotional … I used to be actually, actually glad, I used to be actually proud, and that positively was one of the best a part of Coachella for me.”