With the popularity of songs like “Despacito,” bilingual collaborations have been on the rise. Jay Park and Mozart La Para, however, took the next step by gifting fans with a trilingual collaboration, cleverly mixing Spanish, English, and Korean together in “Son Malas.”
The party anthem is visualized through their new music video, directed by Elliott Muscat. Released on Friday, Dec. 20, the video shows the duo bopping along to the song’s infectious beat under neon lights while a group of motorcyclists parade their vehicles around them.
You can watch the “Son Malas” music video here.
Speaking to The Fader about their collaboration, Park said, “It’s my first time working with a Latin artist and I’m glad it’s Mozart.” Park called his collaborator an “incredible freestyler” and “talented artist,” adding, “It’s been only good vibes working with him.”
Meanwhile, Mozart La Para reflected on the two’s ability to not only blend their lyrics and voices together, but also their different cultures. “Happy to be able to work with my brother Jay Park, bringing Korea and DR together to give the world this mix of cultures,” he said.
If you like what you heard in the music video, you can stream “Son Malas” below.