After Dominican singer Natti Natasha was at the center of a storm after a nude photo she allegedly sent to an unidentified man was leaked, she didn’t stay silent, deciding to release a surprise single and music video way: “No Pare”, which has been viewed more than 800,000 times on its YouTube channel in the first few hours.
After deleting all traces of her Instagram account, rumors about Natti Natasha’s infidelity with producer Raphy Pina increased dramatically, with comments and speculation flooding social networks , a situation that inspired her to respond with music.
With this song, the Dominican shows off her rebellious and “uncensored” side, highlighting female sexuality and the natural desires a woman has when separated from her partner.
“I wake up thinking about all you did to me | Your tongue through my mouth, through my mouth | I try to believe in something and you say yes, every time I say “No Pare” When you came into my heart…” says part of the lyrics, which are embellished with a classic and catchy reggae beat.
Released on Sony Music Latin/Piña Records, the artist collaborates with reggaeton producer Gaby Music and urban artist Lenny Tavarez, among others.
The song was produced by Gaby Music, Raphy Pina and Kingswifft and composed by Natti Natasha, Lenny Tavarez, Sean Turk, Jodosky, Kaylee Ameri and Raphy Pina.
“No Pare” is released alongside a music video directed by Kanvas and Natti Natasha, shot at her home in Miami and showing the Dominican artist going about her daily life, from waking up for coffee to going to bed.
During her visual journey, Natty enjoys her day, exposing her most sensual side while describing her desire for a passionate encounter with her partner.
Prior to this release, the artist collaborated with a producer from the Dominican Republic through social networks to release a bachata version of her song “La Falta Que Me Haces”, a song dedicated to her partner and manager Rafi Emotional song by Pina.
“La Falta Que Me Haces” successfully hit the number one spot on Puerto Rican radio, and the bachata version also made the top five on Billboard’s Tropical Playlist. The song has currently held the No. 1 spot on the Puerto Rican Tropical Songs chart for seven consecutive weeks.
*Information from www.notistarz.com*