Originally published on Creators.co
Becky G is back with more Spanish goodness with her new single "Todo Cambio" featuring the Latin American boy band, CNCO. The track meshes together a groovy moombahton drum pattern with effect-filled guitar melodies while the electronic aspect of the track is heard in the fast pluck sounds that enters the mix during the chorus.
Hard bass kicks and a subtle merengue bridge are distinctive qualities present in the "Todo Cambio" and the vocal addition of CNCO totally invigorates the song, making it even better than G's solo version.
Check out "Todo Cambio" in the video below.
The Recurring Love Theme Re-imagined By "Todo Cambio"
The song is about a couple who fall in love, detailing the events that eventually led to them forming a relationship, like a time-stopping kiss.
"Todo Cambio" literally means "Everything Changed." Both CNCO and Becky G sing about the surprising feeling they felt as everything positively changed when they met their significant other and how they wish they could relive the moment again.
The song is fun and I've probably replayed it around 10 times already. Interestingly, Becky G sounds a lot like Spanish hip hop singer Mala Rodriguez when she is rapping, especially at minute 1:26 through 1:36.
All in all I highly enjoyed this track and I hope Becky G continues doing more songs in Spanish. I think we are looking at the next Jennifer Lopez. I really do.