In the early 2000s, La Factoria and Eddy Lover revolutionized the reggaeton scene with their biggest hit to date: Perdoname .
Now the legendary Panamanian artists are joining Farruko to revive their classic and present it live for the first time at the 33rd annual Billboard Latin Music Awards.
The new version, available through WK Records, features a revived sound that has been completely transformed into an Afro-Caribbean rhythm with saxophone notes. Although the song is immediately recognizable by the intro and chorus, which retain the original text, this time La Factor Elimia shows her own love for him and decides not to forgive her former lover.
“Perdoname” was originally released by La Factoria and Eddy Lover in 2006, a historic hit that topped the radio charts in Latin America and the United States, including Billboard’s Hot Latin Song, Latin Pop Airplay and Latin Tropical Airplay.
Ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the best reggaeton songs of all time, Old School Reggaeton has been modernized with Farruko to once again captivate the ears of a global community, including that of the new generation.
The new version of Perdoname comes out after the three artists announced the collaboration with a series of videos through their social networks a few weeks ago. Now, with the strong union between Panama and Puerto Rico, the countries of origin of reggaeton, the remake should continue to push the growth of the genre.
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