The icon of R & B Janet Jackson premiered next to the Puerto Rican reggaeton Daddy Yankee the video of his new single Made For Now.
The video was directed by Dave Meyers and the melody inspires a group of dancers to take to the streets of Brooklyn, one of the five boroughs of New York, for a celebration meeting.
The video , the first of Jackson since 2015, was filmed in Brooklyn, New York, and transports fans to a dance party full of cameos from a group of international dancers from Ghana, Nigeria, Grenada, Trinidad and the United States, selected by the singer and his former creative director, Gil Duldulao.
Jackson naturally sports a variety of colorful looks, including a daring Scottish plaid wardrobe, consisting of black and white pants, a red sweater and a huge bright yellow belt and boots with torn jeans, a T-shirt and a full skirt. bright pink frames.
BOTH ENJOYED IT
Jackson noted that he likes “reggaeton music” that Daddy Yankee does and that’s why they were searched for this project.
While Yankee said that working with Janet Jackson he felt “like a kid”.
His musical projects are epic and historical and working with her is to work with musical royalty, “said the Puerto Rican rapper in a statement.
Jackson and Daddy Yankee performed the song for the first time live on US television during Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show.
Like big productions
Yankee is no stranger to big productions. Earlier this year, the raeggetonero and Luis Fonsi performed at the Grammy Awards with his Despacito.