Updated 11:24 PM EDT, Tue, Sep 22, 2020

Daddy Yankee's Controversial 'Corazon' Music Video Gets 1 Million Views on YouTube

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Only two days after Daddy Yankee's newest music video with Claudia Leitte was released, it has already gathered one million views on YouTube.

Entitled Corazon, the video clip (shown below) made noise on social media and the Internet because of the sexy scenes of the female Brazilian singer who also appeared topless.

Latin Pop Brasil said that video was recorded in Urca Beach in Rio de Janeiro, which Puerto Rican Daddy Yankee visited last year.

According to Veja, Leitte's scenes and appearances proved that she was pushing boundaries in the making of the music video.

It noted that she even looked like pop diva Jennifer Lopez because of her outfits and dance moves.

To project more of JLo's appeal, she also danced to an electronic music background, while Daddy Yankee was rapping.

Leitte was seen enjoying her time and dancing on a beach.

Also, Purebreak mentioned that the music video showed very little clothing and "much provocation."

It said that people did not expect that this would be Leitte's way of kicking off her plans for an international career.

The judge of "The Voice Brazil" and a mother of two did not disappoint her fans with her sexy appearance, which left a lot of people drooling after her.

She has also reportedly revealed plans to appear "almost naked" in the upcoming Carnival in Brazil. Her Corazon appearance could be her way of preparing the audience for something more revealing.

It was added by Purebreak that even though she has been around in the music industry for 15 years, Leitte has always been able to come up with something new to reinvent her image.

Aside from these details about the song, Vagalume also claimed that the entire song was sung in Spanish, with a mix of Caribbean and electronic music.

Even though Daddy Yankee sang it in his native language, he said that he is starting to feel comfortable speaking both English and Spanish, per the Latin Pop Brasil report. 

"I just started to be fluent in English, in fact, when I began to experience the culture and to live with people who brought me this facility to write, express myself and to write in another language. I spoke a bit of both languages, but today I can express myself in two, two and feel even dream in both. It's a mess (laughs), the time needs to legend," he added.

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