Peso Pluma and A$AP Rocky partner up for an unexpected musical collaboration

Peso Pluma and A$AP Rocky hint at blending diverse musical styles. Awaiting more details on this unique project.

Peso Pluma is unstoppable. No more than a year ago he got on the ‘Cuernos de la Luna’ and wants to go higher. The challenges do not end for the Mexican singer. After having worked successfully with Natanael Cano, Gabito Ballesteros, Eslabón Armado, Yng Lvcas, Junior H, Grupo Frontera, Nicki Nicole, Becky G, Alemán, Ovy On The Drums, Ryan Castro and Argentine DJ BZRP, among other artists, he is now preparing one more collaboration.

Peso Pluma collaborates on a song with A$AP Rocky

Double P, as some of her fans also call her, is recording a song with American rapper A$AP Rocky, Rihanna’s boyfriend, which, according to versions so far, could be released on the latter’s next album. However, it is not yet known under what musical genre.

Featherweight when he attended The Tonight Show by Jimmy Fallon. (Instagram/@fallontonightbs)

The singer of Ella baila sola revealed the news after posting images of the two through his social networks.

In one of the photos, Peso Pluma can be seen apparently writing the lyrics of the song on his cell phone while on the floor sits Jasiel Núñez, who could be helping him with some of the verses.

Is A$AP Rocky considering corridos tumbados?

Meanwhile, A$AP Rocky is seen rehearsing or maybe already recording. In case the song is in English, it won’t be anything new for Peso Pluma since he has a perfect command of the language. What could be interesting is if they will merge their musical styles or if the father of Rihanna’s children could join the corridos tumbados trend.

A$AP Rocky is 27 years old.
A$AP Rocky. (Getty Images)

Through social networks, Peso Pluma’s followers claim that it was A$AP who sought out the Mexican idol to collaborate, which is an important measure of the reach that the PCR and Chanel singer continues to have on international music exponents.

So far, neither has revealed more details of the work they are doing, so we will have to wait for further news.