Following his collaboration with Arcángel on “BZRP Music Sessions #54,” Bizarrap finally confirmed his newest feature. On May 30, the Argentinean producer released his newest animated teaser, announcing his upcoming collaboration “BZRP Music Session, Vol. 55” with none other than Peso Pluma. The single will be out tomorrow (May 31).
“Fierro Alv ! 👀💪🏻,” Peso Pluma commented under the announcement’s video. The new stop-motion teaser shows Bizarrap as a rat in his distinguished blue-hued studio. He wears his signature sunglasses and cap look, building what appears to be a guitar. Bizarrap then says he is missing something and thinks of instruments like a trombone. He then gets chased around by a broom, only to end up being saved by a Mexican rat with cowboy boots and a familiar haircut, which ends up being Peso Pluma. The teaser closes out with string and brass instruments playing in the background.
Social media users have been speculating about the upcoming collaboration since last week. On May 21, a photo of the two artists in a studio started circulating the Internet, igniting rumors about Biza’s upcoming session. Now that the two trailblazing artists have confirmed the collab, fans are excited for what’s to come.
A Twitter user wrote: “Bizarrap x Peso pluma !!! Clase Collab esa.” Others are anticipating the song’s virality. A Twitter user said: “Bizarrap ft Peso Pluma… without being a fan of either or both, is there any doubt that it will be the most played BZRP Session?”
Regardless of the upcoming song’s potential virality, it’s already arguably been one of the Argentinean producer’s biggest years yet. His recent collaboration with Shakira took him to perform on the national television late-night show “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” It also broke 14 Guinness World Records.
Moreover, Bizarrap made TIME’s Next Generation Leaders, which highlights 10 trendsetters and trailblazers “who are guiding the way to a brighter future.” Will his new collaboration with Peso Pluma continue to prove he’s on the pulse of pop culture?