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J Balvin and Takashi Murakami release merch for “Colores”

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Art, clothing, and music: the summary of the collaboration between J Balvin and Takashi Murakami

J Balvin and Takashi Murakami launched the official merch to promote the Colombian’s latest album, Colores. This artistic collaboration highlights the passion the reggaeton singer has for urban art.

Courtesy: J Balvin’s Instagram

In March, J Balvin premiered Colores, an album with 10 tracks that marked an evolution for the singer. Particularly for the variety of rhythms that culminate in a style of reggaeton fusion.

Courtesy: Takashi Murakami
Courtesy: @jbalvin

Additionally, Murakami’s iconic flowers were used for the promotion of this album. These always include a smile that denotes a lot of energy, accompanied by two eyes in the form of rays.

Cover of Colores

Moreover, this is the art of Japanese Takashi Murakami, who has kept urban and contemporary art on a high standard. Hence, collaborations with artists who are killing it worldwide are not uncommon.

Thus, J Balvin and Takashi Murakami working together don’t sound so far-fetched and the results capture the essence of the artist as well as the musician in one same concept.

Courtesy: J Balvin
Courtesy: J Balvin

Furthermore, the collaboration included the album cover where flowers with petals of different colors are repeated. In addition to the official lyric videos for each song and official merchandise.

The latter includes a variety of very simple T-shirts and hoodies in different colors. In addition, the image of the flower is repeated on its own or with the names of the colors.

Courtesy: J Balvin

Additionally, there are also official coloring templates for children. Thus creating an even bigger union with more art. Also, these collaborations are done with the Families Belong Together Organization, which seeks to unite families around the world.

Lastly, each clothing item is already on sale on J Balvin’s official website. Prices range from $70 to $180.

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish)

David Zuriaga

Música, Artes, Fotografía, Perros y Punk.

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