After beginning solo careers in 2013, Sebastian Yatra reunites with Ñejo and Dalmata — one of reggaeton’s most popular ‘90s duos, hailing from Puerto Rico — for his new track, premiering exclusively on Billboard today (Oct. 24).
Yatra, Ñejo, and Dalmata have unveiled “Mañana No Hay Clase (24/7),” an infectious reggaeton track with intense thumping beats that are perfect for a night of perreo at the club. The song, produced by Mauricio Rengifo and Andrés Torres, is about a girl who loves to break the rules, live life to the fullest, and if possible, party 24/7 — because as the lyrics state, “Tomorrow there’s no school.”
The accompanying video shows three girls in uniform who skip school and are out and about, getting up to mischief at a gas station, skate park, and motel. The Colombian and Puerto Rican artists are also seen jamming to the track in front of a neon motel sign. The Pedro Araujo-directed clip was shot in Los Angeles.
The collaboration comes after weeks of Ñejo and Yatra going back-to-back on social media roasting each other. In one video, Ñejo even said he refuses to work with Yatra because his music style is “too preppy.” This track also marks Yatra’s second collab with Dalmata, following “Sutra” in 2017.
Yatra recently won two awards at the 2019 Latin AMAs and is nominated for three Latin Grammys, including album of the year for Fantasía. On Oct. 28, he kicks off the Road to Innovation tour presented by Nissan and Univision in Los Angeles, where he will visit fans in eight different cities including Miami, Las Vegas, and Chicago.
Watch the video premiere for “Mañana No Hay Clase (24/7)” below: