Despacito hitmaker Luis Fonsi, singer Ozuna release new song Imposible
The video for 'Imposible', directed by Carlos Perez, was filmed at a train station in Miami, Florida
Fonsi shared a teaser from the song on Twitter:
— Luis Fonsi (@LuisFonsi) October 19, 2018
According to Fonsi, the song is a confession from a man's point of view to a woman, who recounts the moment when he realises that no one can love her as he does, read a statement.
"Now and then men have to be honest, undress what we feel, and it's nice to be able to put a little rhythm and flavour to a romantic song."
While writing the song, Fonsi knew it needed a lot of feeling, which is why he wrote it thinking of Ozuna's tone of voice because it has the perfect balance between urban and melodic. The result is a melancholy but cheerful song.
"The winning formula. From Puerto Rico to the world," Ozuna said.
The video for 'Imposible', directed by Carlos Perez, was filmed at a train station in Miami, Florida last month.
"Very excited to share with the world this new collaboration with my friend Ozuna, who gave it the perfect urban touch to this melodic and romantic song. 'Imposible' is dedicated to all the women, who are the most important part of our lives. I hope everyone enjoys it," Fonsi said.
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