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Colombian star apologises for controversial Perra video

  • October 25, 2021
    J Balvin: Colombian star apologises for controversial Perra video

    Colombian star J Balvin has apologised for his recent music video, Perra, a week after it was removed from YouTube.

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    Released in September, the video showed Balvin walking two black women on leashes while other black actors were made up to look like dogs.

    Dominican rapper Tokischa, who features on the song, also performed a scene on all fours inside a doghouse.

    "I want to say sorry to whomever felt offended, especially to the black community," Balvin said on Instagram.

    "That's not who I am. I'm about tolerance, love and inclusivity.

    "I also like to support new artists, in this case Tokischa, a woman who supports her people, her community and also empowers women."

    Balvin, 36, is one of the biggest artists in Latin music, with global sales of more than 35 million records. In the UK, he has scored two top 10 hits - 2017's Mi Gente, which featured a guest verse from Beyoncé, and his 2018 Cardi B collaboration I Like It.

    Perra is taken from the star's sixth studio album, José - a 24-track opus which mixes his colourful, chart-friendly reggaeton with more intimate musings about his upbringing and mental health issues.

    The single, whose title translates as "bitch" in English, falls firmly into the former category.

    An edgy, sexually-charged street anthem, it sees Balvin trading rhymes with Tokischa, who describes herself as a "dog in heat" and suggests "let's fall in love like strays".