Venezuelan hit-makers and brothers Mau y Ricky premiered their music video for "Papás." They revamp their image and sound in the wild music video that sees them go to war.
"Papás," or "Parents," is the lead single from Mau y Ricky's second studio album. The singer-songwriters started off the year on collaborations with Mexican pop queen Thalía, Argentine pop princess TINI, and Colombian producer Ovy on the Drums.
They return the focus to themselves with "Papás," which blends their signature reggaetón-pop sound with a bit of punk rock edge. Mau y Ricky let their girlfriends know that meeting the parents is out of the question. The guys' playful energy is off the walls on this tropical bop with bite.
The music video for "Papás" was shot by Stillz, the director behind Bad Bunny's gender-bending "Yo Perreo Sola" clip. Ricky is the boyfriend and Mau plays both his girlfriend's mom and dad. Like mentioned in the song's lyrics, Ricky and daddy Mau clash upon meeting in plenty of mind-blowing scenes. The brothers embrace their new punk aesthetic while performing "Papás" in the garage.
"Papás" is now available on all digital platforms. Mau y Ricky's second album is due out later this year.
See the music video below:
Photo composite courtesy of Sony Music Latin