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“Ram Pam Pam” Reunites Natti Natasha & Becky G

Reggaeton queens Natti Natasha and Becky G have reunited three years after “Sin Pijama” for a new duet, “Ram Pam Pam.”

Three Years Later

“Ram Pam Pam” arrives exactly three years after Natti Natasha and Becky G’s gigantic hit “Sin Pijama.” This song now has almost two billion views on YouTube alone, in addition to streams. This new song, though, was complemented by an eye-catching music video. It shows that these two weren’t the only ones who reunited after a while. 

The music video for “Sin Pijama” makes it seem like Prince Royce is imagining the entire thing, as he fantasizes about what a girls’ night between Natti & Becky would look like. In the “Ram Pam Pam” music video, he makes a comeback. Only this time, he finds out he’s been replaced as a boyfriend. As he watches the scene confused, the girls sing “What you gonna do? If the relationship is already done. I won’t make mistakes again. And less with someone like you. That treats me badly. I don’t get sad anymore if I don’t see you. You looked for it yourself. My heart no longer begs you, it became an atheist. And I have a new boyfriend who makes me Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam.”

“Ram Pam Pam” Is A Track That Empowers Women

“Ram Pam Pam” is actually a continuation of Natti’s last single “Las Nenas,” which came out last month. At the end of the “Las Nenas” music video, Becky arrives in a fancy car ready to pick up Natti. She then gets in the car with her and they leave the scene. That is where the “Ram Pam Pam” music video starts.

“Three years ago Becky G and I made a song that became an anthem for all women. Today it fills me with pride to collaborate with Becky G again, whom I appreciate and admire. I am sure that we are going to break records again with this perfect empowerment theme to enjoy with friends,” Natti Natasha expressed when presenting the song.

“Women must unite and not compete with each other. There is strength in unity and we have demonstrated it,” added Becky G, underlining the importance of “collaborating with women in the music industry.”

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