Ozuna Sits With NPR’s alt.Latino To Discuss New Album “NIBIRU” – Listen To Interview and Stream New Album Here

Ozuna released his third studio album NIBIRU that includes features from Snoop Dogg, Anuel AA, Diddy, Nicky Jam, and Sech.

“I chose the name Nibiru from the theory that the world will end and I adapted it to my own personal concept: We make music to collide with the world and the public,” Ozuna said on the Spanish podcast.

As one of Spanish music’s most popular artists, it’s no doubt that Ozuna is one of the industry’s most sought-after entertainers to work with.

“I have experienced a lot lately,” he said in the interview. “Lots of music, lots of recognition… I have learned a lot from all of that and I applied that to this record. And I continue to learn every day.”

Listen to the Spanish interview and stream the album below:


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