Fresh off his win in the category “Best Northern Region Artist” at the Dominican Republic’s annual awards Premios Heat, Spanish producer and singer Juan Magán is also celebrating a new single: “Si Te Atreves.”
Written in collaboration with Puerto Rican reggaetonero Don Omar, “Si Te Atreves” whisks listeners away into a romantic world where they can explore and take risks with the one they love.
The flamenco-influenced track also serves as the theme song of the Spanish comedy film Los Japón by screenwriter and director Álvaro Diaz Lorenzo starring María León and Dani Rovira. “The creation process of the theme song for a movie is without a doubt one of the most creative moments that music has been able to give me,” Magán says. “Being able to condense the essence of an entire story in just over three minutes is simultaneously a huge responsibility and an honor.”
Watch “Si Te Atreves” below.
Known as “El Rey del Electrolatino,” Magán was also nominated in Premios Heat’s “Best Video” category for “Déjate Llevar” with Belinda, ,Manuel Turizo, Snova, and B-Case.