A versatile vocalist with global appeal, Farruko has a genre-bending hit on his hands with his new song “PEPAS.” Today, the Puerto Rican superstar shares the eye-catching video for “PEPAS,” demonstrating the dance-inducing power that’s propelling the song up the charts. Seamlessly blending sounds from urbano and electronic music, “PEPAS” is a dancefloor-ready epic, complete with monstrous drums, gang vocals, and a thrilling beat drop, in which sirenic synths duel with triumphant trumpets. Directed by Mike Ho, the video for “PEPAS” makes clear that the song is an anthem for wild nights. Farru performs atop a makeshift stage made of shipping containers, presiding over a carnivalesque rave, complete with neon light installations, pyrotechnics, fire dancers, and men dressed in neon suits. The party continues until daybreak, when Farru gathers his crew and heads out into the desert to host an off-road vehicle derby.
Watch “PEPAS”: https://youtu.be/y8trd3gjJt0
Buy/Stream “PEPAS”: https://farruko.lnk.to/Pepas
The action-packed video for “PEPAS” arrives as the song continues to climb up some of music’s most prominent charts. “PEPAS” currently sits at #2 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Chart, and ranks at #14 on Spotify’s Global Top 50 chart, with over 53 million total streams and is currently averaging 1 million streams per day. The song also topped Billboard’s Latin Digital Song Sales chart, and made it onto several other Billboard lists, such as Hot Latin Songs at #6, Latin Streaming at #5, Latin Airplay at #13 (and #11 on Urban Latin Airplay), and, and sits at #10 on BDS Radio’s Real Time airplay chart.
Farruko recently performed “PEPAS” on live television during a show-stopping performance at the Premios Juventud, where the hitmaking singer-songwriter won an award under the “La Mezcla Perfecta (The Perfect Mix)” category for “Relacion Remix” alongside Sech, Rosalía, Daddy Yankee and J Balvin. “PEPAS” was the finale of a medley that included “Si Es Trucho Es Trucho Remix” and “No Hago Coro.” Farruko’s performance featured cinematic graphics, to give fans a feel for his upcoming highly anticipated “LA 167 TOUR.” His first ever U.S. arena tour, “LA 167 Tour” makes stops in 12 cities, stopping in California, Texas, Florida, and more. “LA 167” begins in November 2021 and will end in his native Puerto Rico in February 2022, and made history when it sold out his February 5, 2022 show in Puerto Rico’s renowned Coliseo arena during pre-sale (prompting the artist to add February 4, 2022 tour date to his lineup). Tickets are on sale through www.Farruko.com.
Farruko is currently putting the finishing touches on the highly-anticipated La 167 album, slated for release in the coming months.
Buy tickets for “LA 167 Tour” at www.farruko.com
LA 167 Tour Dates:
11/19/2021 – San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena
11/20/2021 – Ontario, CA – Toyota Arena
11/21/2021 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
11/24/2021 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
11/25/2021 – Midland-Odessa, TX – La Hacienda
11/26/2021 – Houston, TX – Smart Financial Center at Sugar Land
12/03/2021- Atlanta, GA – Gas South Arena (Formerly Infinite Energy Center)
12/04/2021 – Orlando, FL – Amway Center
02/04/2022 – San Juan, PR – Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum of Puerto Rico
02/05/2022 – San Juan, PR – Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum of Puerto Rico (SOLD OUT)
02/11/2022 – Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena – FTX Arena
02/12/2022 – Ft. Myers, FL – Hertz Center
02/18/2022 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
02/19/2022 – Cleveland, OH – Temple Live Center
02/20/2022 – Chicago, IL – Rosemont Theatre