Already known for his directing and production credits, Spiff TV is now hoping to become the ambassador of a new global sound. Born in New York and raised in Florida, Spiff is working on a compilation album that will combine the sounds he grew up loving: hip-hop and reggaeton.
The first single off the compilation is a track called "Mi Combo," which finds Future harmonizing in Spanish with Puerto Rican reggaeton star Yandel. Today, Spiff has delivered the official video for the song. The clip features both stars doing what they do in a parking lot loaded with fancy cars and pretty girls in cut-offs.
“The music video’s concept is to share my blended world, which is hip-hop, reggaeton and Latin hip-hop,” Spiff explained in an email to The FADER. “My vision for the single, music video, and my upcoming album with other artists is to represent the combination of their sounds, beats, and each artist’s swag. And, of course, their personal style to develop a new concept that supports a global movement.”
In addition to Yandel and Future, Spiff TV's forthcoming compilation will also feature a Daddy Yankee, Rick Ross, and French Montana collaboration, as well as a track by J Balvin and Fetty Wap. Stay tuned, summer is coming.