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Ivy Queen’s ‘Toma’ Reggaeton Remix: Look + Listen

For the remix of her previously-released song “Toma,” legendary Latin diva, Ivy Queen enlisted support from Puerto Rican stars Brray, Marconi Impara, Lennox, and Eix.

Released on Friday (8.04,) the Young Hollywood-produced song combines Queen’s classic reggaetón sound with Middle Eastern rhythms as the musicians reference reggaetoneros’ Tego Calderón, Bad Bunny, Rauw Alejandro, and RaiNao and Plan B’s “Frikitona” in the lyrics.

In a press release about her contemporary collaboration, Ivy said “I can’t wait to share this powerful remix with my fans all over the world.” “Alongside these talented artists, we’ve created something special that represents what reggaetón means for me and the industry. I’m on to of everything that’s mine!” On Instagram, Queen added: “Here the waters splitting. This is for the lovers of the original REGGAETÓN recipe.”

In support of the remix, the Abez-directed video finds the reggaetón legend dancing to the song alongside the other Puerto Rican stars within a red phone booth.

Toma” and its new remix marks Ivy Queen’s only 2023 releases this year following “Calentura” in 2022, and several intermittent releases throughout last year. And before she joined Bad Bunny for a collab of “Yo Perreo ola,” her last EP arrived in 2020 with The Way of Queen.

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Author: Saul Goode

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