Después de Al Pacino, Bad Bunny ficha a Steve Buscemi

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After Al Pacino, Bad Bunny signs Steve Buscemi

After Al Pacino, Bad Bunny signs Steve Buscemi

The Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny has released the video clip for “Baticano”, starring himself and the actor Steve Buscemi. The clip is a tribute to the horror film classic “Nosferatu” of Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau.

Less than a month ago the singer published his latest album “Nobody knows what is going to happen tomorrow”, to which the song “Baticano” belongs, which has just been released with a video clip. The clip pays tribute to the German horror film “Nosferatu” (22) and has been directed by stillz (Matias Vasquez), director who has accumulated great works under his belt and who has worked with stars such as Lil Nas X, Rosalia either Rauw Alejandro.

Furthermore, the New York actor Steve Buscemiknown for roles in great films such as “The Big Lebowski” either “Big Fish”, has starred in the clip, which represents the same aesthetics, the play of shadows and the palette of the film, released one hundred years ago. In addition, in the song, Bad Bunny reflects on religious hypocrisy and talks about sexual liberation, with a play on words between the title and the Vatican.

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