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From sea, the new work released by the Puerto Rican Ozuna, ranks as the most viewed on YouTube in the last 24 hours.

The new music video of the Puerto Rican artist Ozuna, From sea, was located as the most viewed worldwidel in the last 24 hours. The song is part of the singer’s most recent album, ENOC, and in which the Australian singer participates Be and the american rapper Doja Cat.

As reported this Saturday by the representatives of Ozuna, one of the great stars of the urban movement, the video of From sea has exceeded 6.2 million visits on YouTube in just one day from its release.

With these numbers the video of the Puerto Rican also surpassed the new audiovisual of the Canadian star Justin Bieber and that of the American Benny Blanco Lonely, which has been played 6.1 million times.

Another of the videos that were left behind with this Ozuna record is that of the Colombian interpreter Camilo, Rich life, which made just over $ 5 million in the same time frame.

The video clip of From sea, directed by the Venezuelan Nuno Gomes and his production company, Compostela Films, presents Ozuna and Doja Cat under the sea. Both are later joined by Sia as a mermaid hologram, as detailed by the representatives of the Puerto Rican artist in a press release.

From sea it is consecrated as well as the new success of Ozuna’s fourth studio album, ENOC, whose title is an abbreviation of Ozuna’s artistic identity phrase, which means the black boy light eyes.

The album, so far, has achieved more than 246 million reproductions on the various musical platforms, according to Ozuna’s representatives in the same statement.

In addition to Sia and Doja Cat, the album also features the collaborations of other artists: Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Karol G, Wisin, Nicky Jam and the duo Zion & Lennox.

In the week of the premiere of his new album, on September 4, Ozuna was the protagonist of the cover of the magazine Rolling Stone in its editions in Colombia, Argentina and Mexico.

Other music videos of the twenty songs included in the album ENOC and that are already released are A Get, Candy Y Hidden enemies. The video of A Get it has more than 20 million views on YouTube.

For its part, Candy, in its original version, has ranked as one of the trending songs of recent months in Latin America and the United States since its launch, and also held the first position for several consecutive weeks in Puerto Rico, Spain and Mexico.

CandyFurthermore, it has more than 346 million views on YouTube, added between its original version and the remix that the Puerto Rican artist made with Karol G and Myke Towers.

During the week of the launch of ENOC, Ozuna also premiered the song and music video of Hidden Enemies along with Arcángel, Cosculluela, Juanka El Problematik, Myke Towers, and Wisin, and also the subject Stripped in collaboration with the Colombian singer-songwriter Camilo.

For Ozuna, born in Puerto Rico as Juan Carlos Ozuna Rosado, 28 years ago, ENOC it’s his fourth album and successor to Odyssey (2017), Aura (2018) and Nibiru (2019).



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