Residente drops “Pecador” for Spooky Season

Residente drops “Pecador” for Spooky Season

LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 20: Singer Rene Perez Joglar (C) of Calle 13 performs during the 15th annual Latin GRAMMY Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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El rappero Residente released his new video for “Pecador.” The video gives a scary feel and is about person confessing their sins and thoughts.

El video musical fue filmado en una iglesia. It shows a child wearing a white dress with a red coat who lip-syncs the full song, expressing an opinion on the world’s corruption with lyrics like “Escucho voces cada vez que apago la luz, cuando me cuestiono lo que no te cuestionaste tú Por eso a veces los versos que escribo hacen que a Jesús se les salga los clavos de la cruz.”

“For this video, I envisioned to have that little girl inside of all of us expressing themselves freely with no limitations and coming out to narrate what I was feeling when I wrote this song,” said Residente in a press release.

The song came about despues que Residente, alongside Yale University, experimented to capture the brain frequencies of a Muslim man while praying and turn those waves into music.

Check out the video below:

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