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As promised, J Balvin has released his new album Colores and it comes complete with a visual experience.

Colores is the follow-up to 2018’s Vibras, and the Colombian musician’s first studio effort since his 2019 Bad Bunny-collaboration OASIS. Takashi Murakami designed the vibrant artwork for the project.

The album sees Balvin once again link up with producer Sky Rompiendo, but unlike his previous star-studded affairs, Colores has just one featured guest — the Nigerian artist Mr Eazi. Each of the 10 tracks is named after a color, which J Balvin revealed to Billboard was a unanimous decision made by his team based on the color they liked the most on a particular day.

The album release was accompanied by a visual experience, featuring videos directed by Colin Tilley. The clips were released in collaboration with Spotify's Colores Experience, which you can watch via the full album stream below.

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