Anuel AA He felt free to express himself without censorship on the album “Legends Never Die”, after completing three years of probation for illegal possession of weapons
“I finally felt that freedom to be able to express whatever I wanted in a song,” the Puerto Rican trap and reggaeton musician said in a recent interview with The Associated Press.
“Thank God I have already left that stage of my life, that process, and well, I learned a lot from him. It made me stronger and bigger ”.
Released on November 26, on its 29th birthday, “Legends Never Die” topped Billboard’s “Top Latin Albums” and “Latin Rhythm Albums” charts this week and 10 of its 15 songs were featured on the “Hot Latin Songs ”. The first single, “Dictadura”, has been a success in countries that include United States, Colombia, Spain, Argentina Y Mexico, and its respective video has more than 54 million views on YouTube.
It is his third studio album (apart from “Los dios” with Ozuna this year) after “Real hasta la muerte” (2018) and “Emmanuel” (2020), and pays tribute to idols who inspired him throughout his life, especially basketball stars such as Michael Jordan Y Kobe Bryant.