Dj Nelson continues to dominate the market with the release of new summer single “Se Soltó” ft. Sammy & Lenny Tavárez

Watch “Se Soltó” Now on YouTube to Learn the Summer’s Hottest New Dance Craze

Following the success of his two previous singles “PAPI” and “Cruel,” which simultaneously hit the top 5 on Puerto Rico’s trending video charts, today DJ Nelson continues his domination of the Latin music market, returning with his new single “Se Soltó” featuring SAMMY and Lenny Tavárez.

Released via DJ Nelson’s Flow Music label, “Se Soltó” arrives just in time for summer, offering infectious rhythms and melodies made for dancing all season long. In addition to showcasing the impeccable production skills that have led DJ Nelson to global fame, the track also highlights two of the most talented artists in Latin urban music today. SAMMY, a new artist Nelson has taken under his wing at Flow Music, experienced viral fame thanks to his 2019 single “La Forma En Que Me Miras” with Myke Towers, Rafa Pabon, Tavárez, Super Yei and Joen Quest, and on this irresistible smash hit the rising star adds a dose of heat that will leave listeners captivated. SAMMY shines brightly alongside the iconic Tavárez, who lends his own enthralling energy to “Se Soltó.”

The official music video, released today, is sure to spark the next hot social media craze, as it features an engaging new dance debuted by Tavárez and SAMMY that will take over the summer. Fans will have fun dancing along with their favorite artists and are encouraged to participate in the celebration by sharing their videos on TikTok and Instagram.

DJ Nelson is currently celebrating the continued success of his 2020 single “Vete Pal Carajo” with Yan Block and Jay Wheeler, which recently surpassed 100M total global plays. His two most recent singles, “Cruel” and “PAPI” ft. Jose De Las Heras and Alejandro Armes, have each surpassed over 1M global plays since their release, while DJ Nelson’s YouTube channel has surpassed 500M+ plays and has succeeded in garnering a subscriber base of nearly 1M fans.