Miami, FL. August 16 – Don Omar, known worldwide as the “King of Reggaeton”, is releasing his latest single entitled “Vacilón”, which promises to get everyone out on the dance floor with its unique style and sensual rhythm that has a balanced mix of urban sounds and a provocative and easily memorable lyrics “Hoy no hay nada que me detenga la nota, y pongan de esa musiquita que alborota.” “Today there is nothing to keep me from the beat, play that music that causes an uproar.”

This track will instantly put you in a great mood to start the perfect weekend and promises to become a true anthem for those who don’t want to hear about problems and just want to have fun. It is the perfect excuse, no matter how old we are, to never forget how we used to have a great time in a wildstyle college party. This song will be igniting parties everywhere!

The drop of this single comes with an interesting video filmed in Medellín, Colombia. Directed by JP Valencia and 36 Degrees, and produced by Ariel Rivas for Arrow Management, the artist’s company, with which he is venturing into the film industry, and the production of videos and short films, where he shows us a new facet of screenwriter, producer, and editor.

The versatile Puerto Rican artist, known for his extensive and successful career in the urban genre and who seems to have the perfect formula between talent, ingenuity, and the explosive mix of rhythms that have resulted in a long list of major hits, topping the global popularity charts including “Dale Don Dale”, “Ella y Yo” to “Danza Kuduro”. And as recent as a few months ago where his release “Ramayama” reached more than 73 million views on YouTube, and continues with a growth tendency. And as if all this were not enough, this month will not end without the artist surprising us again with another single that will give much more to talk about.

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