Grupo Frontera teamed with Grammy-winning artist Bad Bunny for a collaboration released on Monday, “un x100to” (one percent).
The romantic Norteño cumbia was produced and composed by Latin hitmaker Édgar Barrera. It tells a story of a person who misses their ex and makes an important phone call with one percent of battery left on the phone. Barrera has worked frequently with Grupo Frontera on records like “Bebe Dame” with Fuerza Regida, “Que Vuelvas” with Carin Leon, “Ya Superame,” and “Cada Quien” with Maluma, among others.
The official music video for the song features the Rio Grande Valley group and the Puerto Rican singer performing on a ranch.
Grupo Frontera has achieved great success after sharing their version of “No Se Va” by the Colombian band Morat. The song became popular thanks to a very peculiar dance style that has motivated many people to imitate it. Since then, the group’s popularity has grown exponentially and have gained a large number of followers and views on social media. The band from McAllen, Texas, has become one of the most popular groups of the moment.
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