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The Columbian singer, whose real name is Juan Luis Londono Arias, released the track back in June as a part of the song off his new album, 'The Love and Sex Tape'.

AceShowbiz - Maluma just unleashed a new music video for "Tsunami" featuring De La Ghetto and Arcangel. Arriving on Wednesday, August 3, the clip shows the Colombian singer partying up with his two collaborators along with dozens of beautiful women.

The clip opens with Maluma sending invitations to those girls through his phone. As the clip transitions, the 28-year-old shows up in a luxurious mansion along with De La Ghetto and Arcangel. Their female pals later join in.

Maluma, whose real name is Juan Luis Londono Arias, dropped the track in June. It serves as one of the tracks off his new album, "The Love & Sex Tape". The set also includes "Cositas de la USA", "Nos Comemos Vivos", "Mojando Asientos" and "Mal de Amores" among others.

Of the album, Maluma said in a statement, "More than a decade into my career, I was missing that essence that inspired me from the beginning." He further explained, "I felt a need to connect with the streets as well as fans who love the urban rhythm that has defined me from the star."

"That's why I decided to make this album," the musical artist went on sharing. "The Love & Sex Tape represents my duality and a 2022 version of my original sound."

Among Maluma's commercially successful tracks is "Hawai" from his fifth studio album, "Papi Juancho". Speaking about the song, he explained, "I fell in love with the intro chorus." He added, "It was one of the few songs I recorded before Covid. And it's a very real song, very from the heart, with good lyrics, and good content. Truth is, I get bored of the same old reggaeton. It's good to add lyrical content to the songs."

The song, contrary to rumors, was not inspired by any of the singer's past relationships, but he understood many people suffered from heartbreak and needed to vent their feelings. "I wanted to make this song because I know that many of us feel identified. But that wasn't because it happened to me," he said.

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