Eladio Carrión reunites with Bad Bunny on his new album 3MEN2 KBRN. On the 18-track LP released today (March 17), the Latine trap star also teamed up with hip-hop’s top artists like Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, and Future.
Carrión’s album lives up to its name, which stands for “tremendo cabrón.” One of his first big hits was “Kemba Walker” with Bad Bunny. The song earned them a Latin Grammy nomination in 2020 for Best Rap Song. Now they’re joining forces once again for “Coco Chanel.” In the melodic trap banger, Carrión and Benito trade verses about living the high life. Bad Bunny also appears to take a swipe at Kylie Jenner’s ex, Devin Booker, who plays basketball for the Phoenix Suns, in one of his lyrics.
On the rest of the LP, Carrión makes his dream collaborations a reality. Lil Wayne features on the “Gladiador” remix. In his slick guest verse, Lil Wayne raps a line in Spanish about enjoying the “perico.” 50 Cent is another hip-hop titan who features on the LP. He appears in the cinematic song “Si Salimos.” Last week, Carrión released the music video for the “Mbappé” remix, which Future jumped on.
Carrión’s fans are excited about the all-star features he lined up for this album. “Eladio Carrión really got Lil Wayne, 50 cent, and Future on his album,” one fan wrote on Twitter with a fire emoji. “Eladio killed this album with the collaborations he did,” wrote another fan with a sweating emoji.
Another interesting collaboration on the LP is the tropical “Peso a Peso.” Carrión brought together the Migos’ Quavo and Rich The Kid with Puerto Rican rapper Ñengo Flow. Quavo and Rich The Kid rap a few lines in Spanish in their verses.
In Apr., Carrión will perform on both weekends at Coachella. With Bad Bunny is headlining, can we expect some collaboration performances? In May, he will be hosting Sauce Boyz Fest in Puerto Rico.