Ozuna Appears to Hint at New Selena Gomez Collaboration
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The 'Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi' singer and the 'Lose You to Love Me' songstress previously joined forces for DJ Snake's hit song 'Taki Taki' that also featured rapper Cardi B.

AceShowbiz - Ozuna might be joining forces with Selena Gomez once again. Having successfully collaborated with the "Lose You to Love Me" singer in DJ Snake's hit song, "Taki Taki", which also features Cardi B, the Puerto Rican singer is teasing another potential joint effort with her.

The New King of Reggaeton was on the red carpet at the 2019 Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Thursday, November 14 when he was asked about the possibility of him being featured in the "Hands to Myself" hitmaker's new album. "You can expect many things," he responded. "I don't want to say but you can expect many things."

When further grilled about what it's like to be working with the former Disney star, the 27-year-old had nothing but praises for her. "She is someone that you would never expect to work with," he gushed. "She's is such a big star and very respectable person and an excellent human being."

The "Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi" singer was representing his genre at the 20th Latin GRAMMY Awards. His single "Baila Baila Baila" from his upcoming third studio album was nominated for the Best Urban Music Song trophy. However, he lost the accolade to Rosalia and J Balvin who clinched the win with their "Con Altura" collaboration.

Despite the lost, the father of two heated up the stage with his performance of "Hasta Que Salga el Sol". About the performance itself, he previously explained, "Reggaeton, tonight and every night, is very special because it keeps evolving, it's unifying, we keep collaborating."

"We make sure that it continues to grow. It continues to evolve with its rhythm, between the producer and artists," he went on saying. "This night you will see the evolution of reggaeton mixed with what is general music."

Ozuna's third record titled "Nibiru" is set to be released by the end of the year.

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