The rising stars of Latin hip-hop collide in the music video for “Vengo De Nada.” Mexican artists Natanael Cano, Alemán, and Ovi team up with Venezuelan rapper Big Soto.
“Vengo De Nada” is a production by Rancho Humilde, the record label behind Cano and Ovi. The imprint known as the home of corridos tumbados sees two of their stars on the roster join forces with Alemán and Big Soto, who are also defining the Latin trap movement.
The attitude of the corridos tumbados meets the more traditional Latin trap sound on “Vengo De Nada.” What can be described as a true trap corrido, “Vengo De Nada” lives up to its name. Cano, Alemán, Ovi, and Big Soto flex their comeup and rep their hoods on this fire collaboration. Each artist blazes through their section of the song, leaving a marijuana cloud in their wake. They started from the bottom and now they’re here, on the vicious and victorious “Vengo De Nada.”
In the music video for “Vengo De Nada,” Cano, Alemán, Ovi, and Big Soto party on separate sides of the country. Ovi and Big Soto can be seen cruising through Miami while Cano spits his verse at the Hollywood Blvd stop of the Metro subway line. Alemán later tears through his section of the song while in Mexico. At the end, the four artists unite for a wild house party.
With all-star collaborations like “Vengo De Nada” coming through the L.A.-based label, there’s a reason why that Rancho Humilde reign just won’t let up.