Latin Music Icon Ozuna Releases 4th Studio Album ‘ENOC’
With 20 tracks and a long list of features, ‘ENOC’ is the perfect soundtrack for ending summer on a good note.
Ozuna, one of Latin music’s most listened to artists worldwide and hailing from Puerto Rico, released on Friday a 20-track album titled ENOC. On Thursday fans saw a preview of what was to come with a music video for Ozuna’s stand out track “Despeinada” featuring Colombian singer and songwriter Camilo.
The list of collaborators on ENOC is extensive, but with each artist Ozuna worked with, he gave them space to contribute their personal style. Guests include Daddy Yankee on “No Se Da Cuenta,” Wisin on “Gistro Amarillo,” Zion & Lennox on “Qué Tú Esperas,” J Balvin and Chencho on “Una Locura,” Nicky Jam on “Esto No Acaba,” and Karol G and Myke Towers on “Caramelo Remix,” which climbed to the top of Latin charts around the world this summer.
On the track titled “Del Mar,” Ozuna joins Sia and Doja Cat for what’s certain to be a new hit. But of the more personal songs on the album, like “Gracias,” Ozuna said, “ENOC is an album that means a lot to me, as it is a reflection of the musical essence that marked the beginning of my career, but also includes what I have learned as I’ve been able to travel the world with my previous albums Odisea, Aura, and Nibiru.”
“My team and I worked hard on this album, recognizing that in these difficult times, music is the best escape and relief,” he said. “I am very grateful.”
Listen to all 20 tracks on ENOC below.