The music video was directed by Venezuelan director Nuno Gomes and it was shot in the historic Casa de La Cultura in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Inside the iconic landmark, Natti and Becerra are unapologetic about sharing their most intimate desires through their provocative lyrics. If anything, “Lokita” should be a reminder that there’s nothing wrong with embracing your most authentic, sexy, and seductive side, whether you’re on the dance floor or inside famous landmarks.
“Working with Maria was very special,” Natti said in a statement. “It really is a song we enjoyed working on together. It’s a song I’m sure people will dance to and enjoy.”
It’s safe to say that music fans on social media are also feeling the heat based on the amount of fire emojis running down the duo’s Instagram comments section.
“This user can’t stop listening to LOKITA by Natti Natasha and Maria Becerra,” joked a Twitter user.
“I was getting into bed to go to sleep but then Natti Natasha and Maria Becerra’s ‘Lokita’ was released and now I’m on one,” wrote another user followed by some expressive emojis.
Natti Natasha has had a lot to celebrate this year. The Domincan reggaetonera’s hit “Mayor Que Usted” with Daddy Yankee and Wisin y Yandel racked up over 50 million streams on digital platforms and hit the top of airplay charts in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Meanwhile, Becerra has been making major waves in South America. The Argentinian newcomer’s recent single “AUTOMÁTICO” reached over 21 million views on YouTube.
Watch the music video for “Lokita” here: