LISTEN: Feid Releases His Most Diverse EP Yet, “Sixdo”

Lead Photo: Photo by Sebastian Sanchez.
Photo by Sebastian Sanchez.
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Who said Feid season is over? Following his recent Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo Te Pirateamos El Álbum release, the Colombian artist dropped his newest EP, Sixdo, on Dec. 1 – and fans are thrilled by his new sounds.

The six-track EP starts with “La Pasamos CXBRXN,” a sensual reggaeton collaboration with the prominent el movimiento duo Zion & Lennox and produced by Sky Rompiendo. Sky also co-produced the EP’s focus track “CHORRITO PA LAS ANIMAS” with Feid himself. The perreo-ready track premiered with a music video that features Ferxxo through a black-and-white lens, with only the color green to emphasize his signature hue. The slime green emphasizes objects such as his flashy car, drinks, and sunglasses.

Sixdo continues with “Malibu” featuring AK4.20, produced by Taiko. It then shifts to a slower groove with “California,” produced by Wain. The synth-infused electronic track premiered with a feel-good music video that transports us to an intimate holiday party with the Colombian singer-songwriter. The EP’s last half shows us his known-for flow on “HOOKIA” with Jory, also produced by Sky Rompiendo, and “Le Pido a DIOS” with the popular hip-hop artist DJ Premier. The latter piano-driven hip-hop track not only features Feid’s emotional, hard-hitting verses but also gives us a new face to his usual reggaeton sound.

Fans are excited about the EP’s versatility. A Twitter user said: “My ears had exploded when listening to Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo Album but #sixdo arrived and transported me to 6 different worlds, what a mix 👌what videos Feid! 👏Chorrito pá las animas and Le pido a Dios made me fly between notes 🎧but California ouu 🫠 melts me 🫶💚.” Another Twitter user wrote: “For those who say feid releases the same thing, listen to sixdo and we’ll talk about it.”


Speaking of exploring genres, before this release, Feid experimented with EDM. Though it’s not his first time singing on a tech house track, his previous collaboration with the Guatemalan-American producer Gordo “Hombres y Mujeres” serves as another testament that he’s capable of working with any sound.

Watch the music video for the focus single “CHORRITO PA LAS ANIMAS” below.