An undeniable superstar, Ozuna has played a vital role in taking música urbana to new heights as the foremost expression of Latin pop music. From the smoothed-out trap of “El Farsante” to the romantic reggaetón of “Dile Que Tú Me Quieres," his 2017 album Odisea made the Dominican-Puerto Rican singer not just one to watch, but the one to beat. Much of that has to do with his voice, its powerful upper register so well attuned to delivering compelling verses and epic hooks. On other people’s records as well as his own projects, his collaborations showcase his strengths as much as his solo material. As his popularity surges, Ozuna’s subsequent albums Aura and Nibiru have continued to broaden and strengthen that range, with the latter’s “Hasta Que Salga el Sol” matching a forceful dembow rhythm with his emboldened vocal tone.