We are loving this.
We’re talking about Maluma’s newest track, “El Préstamo,” (“The Loan”), which the Latin music superstar dropped Friday.
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It’s about how he “loaned” his love.
“I didn’t give it. I lent it,” he sings in the chorus.
But the “Bonnie & Clyde” style video, shot in Miami,shows him and a sultry woman (Playboy model Jenny Watwood) involved in a bank heist. The two end up barely clothed bathing in money, a la the movie “Indecent Proposal,” pursued by police. Apparently, there will be another video/mini movie followup as it ends with “to be continued.”
The Colombian singer songwriter’s latest song, available on iTunes, is the third single off his upcoming album “F.A.M.E.”
Want to hear him live? Maluma will be kicking off a 21-date U.S. tour on March 23 in Washington D.C. and hitting AmericanAirlines Arena May 19.
See Arizona native Watwood front the cover of Playboy’s Future issue. She poses nude in the magazine, now edited by Hugh Hefner’s son, Cooper Hefner.
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According to a release, “Jenny’s decision to shoot the cover was one of strength and decisiveness – she is not ashamed of her body and wants to show other women that it is OK to embrace and celebrate your natural self, be confident in your own skin and not listen to negativity that may reduce your self-worth. By shooting nude, she reclaimed her body as her own – and not someone else’s to criticize or make derogatory comments about.”
Loved doing this mini movie directed by @jessyterrero for @maluma (I did my own stunts lol) check out the full video link in bio. @natalia_beauty @brit_diaz hair and makeup |@thestyliststory @limilian styling |@cinemagiants #elprestamo #maluma
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