Directed by Stillz and Nude Robot, the video opens with a live action scene starring a young Bad Bunny lookalike — the protagonist of all YHLQMDLG visuals — played by 12-year-old Adam Blasco Monrozeau. Soon after his mother leaves to go on a date, Young Benito’s two best friends arrive to wreak havoc on the Puerto Rican suburbs. Together they steal a station wagon, raid the local grocery store for snacks, then settle down at Benito’s house to play video games. Animated in the chunky, retro style of Grand Theft Auto characters, Bad Bunny, Duki and Pablo Chill-E beat up civilians on the streets of Southern California and rock out before millions of pixelated fans at their concert.
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The new clip for “Hablamos Mañana” follows five other video releases from YHLQMDLG, including “Vete,” “Ignorantes,” “La Difícil,” “Si Veo A Tu Mamá” and the most recent, “Pero Ya No,” in which Bad Bunny plays both a movie star and theater usher. The young actor Blasco Monrozeau also features in visuals for the remaining tracks on the album, which show him lounging and playing games in a childhood bedroom.
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