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Rosalía And Ozuna Share Video For Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi Collaboration

Friday, 16 August 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Rosalía and Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Ozuna have collaborated on the track Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi.

The song, which translated in to English means "me for you, you for me," was produced by Rosalía, El Guincho and Frank Dukes. It serves as the latest in a series of singles from the Latin star following Con Altura featuring J Balvin and El Guincho, Aute Cuture, and Milionária, as well as last year's 'El Mal Querer'.

It comes with a stylish clip directed by Cliqua, which finds the pair flirting with each other in various settings and outfits.





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