The Puerto Rican urban artist Anuel AA released his new single “Turn it upAlong with his compatriots and colleagues Jhay Cortez and Myke Towers, and in which he honors Caribbean figures from Major League Baseball (MLB).
The song will be part of his next album, “The Legends Never Die” and the music video was filmed at the Marlins stadium in Miami (USA).
For the single and video clip, the trio of interpreters share lyrics that refer to the lives of renowned players, such as former Dominican player Robinson Canó; Miguel Rojas of the Miami Marlins, and Guillermo Heredia, of the Atlanta Braves, champions of the 2021 World Series of Major League Baseball (MLB).
“For me, having these MLB legends in my video brought my vision to life for my fans to be inspired,” Anuel AA said in a press release.
‘For a moment during this video I felt like I was a baseball legend. I really want my fans to know that the general concept is to inspire when we fall, we get back up and everything is possible, ‘added the Puerto Rican.
In this video, Anuel honored the late legendary Puerto Rican player for the Pittsburgh Pirates Roberto Clemente.
This new song and video by Anuel AA comes after releasing songs like ‘Dictatorship’ and ‘Leyenda’, inspired by some legendary sports figures like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
In this song he recreates the story of a basketball player from the University of North Carolina (USA) who, like Jordan, is selected in the NBA Rookies Draw by the Chicago Bulls. EFE