Feid released his new album this Friday after a year of releasing his last one. It's called "Mor, don't be afraid of the darkness" and with it he demonstrates his loyalty to reggaeton .
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Leer en español: "Mor, no le temas a la oscuridad": Este es el nuevo disco de Feid
The Colombian artist Feid, also known as Ferxxo, released his new album this Friday, "Mor, no le temas a la oscuridad" which with urban and reggaeton rhythms showed that he remains faithful to his essence and delighted his followers with new songs that "twerking" at the disco.
In his new work, with 15 songs, he included international collaborations with the Jamaican Sean Paul ("Niña Bonita"), the Nigerian Rema ("BUBALU"), the Puerto Rican Ñengo Flow ("GANGSTERS Y PISTOLAS"), the Spanish band Cupido ("Privilegios") and the Chileans Young Cister and Pailita ("el único tema de ferxxo").
Without forgetting their roots, one of the most outstanding songs on the album is "Ritmo de Medallo", in collaboration with Ryan Castro, the two from Medellín who seek to repeat the success they already achieved with "Monastery" a year ago.
Some of the songs were accompanied by video clips, which were published simultaneously on video streaming platforms.
Feid: an accelerated career
Feid had not released an album for a year. The last one, also published in September, was "Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo Te Pirateamos El Álbum", which, as its name suggests, came out earlier than expected because it was leaked.
At the end of last year he published a 6-song EP that also earned him notoriety, gradually placing him at the top of the urban and reggaeton genre.
But the collaborations he released this year with Yandel, Ozuna and Young Miko just elevated him this year, reaching the top of the charts.