Daddy Yankee has enlisted the up-and-coming Puerto Rican rappers Myke Towers and Jhay Cortez for “Súbele El Volumen,” an upbeat reggaeton track he co-produced with his frequent collaborators DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz.
Daddy Yankee teased the collaboration for fans on his Instagram on Wednesday, sharing a photo of the three artists together and writing, “What do you say, release 12 a.m.?”
“Súbele El Volumen” is designed for the dancefloor; the lyrics revolve around a woman who’s trying to get over a recent heartbreak by drowning her sorrows during an epic night out. Over a syncopating beat dotted with wavy electronic flourishes, all three rappers encourage her to forget her woes by turning up the volume and losing herself in the music. In the video — directed by Marlon Peña and shot in the Santurce area San Juan, Puerto Rico — they party at an underworld-style club with a few mysterious ladies, one of whom reveals a menacing pair of vampire fangs as she approaches Daddy Yankee at the end.