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J Alvarez releases “Quiero Olvidar” featuring Maluma and Ken-Y

J Alvarez collaborates with pop sensation Maluma and reggaeton singer Ken-Y
J Alvarez collaborates with pop sensation Maluma and reggaeton singer Ken-Y

Puerto Rican Reggaeton star J Alvarez releases an official remix of his song “Quiero Olvidar” and features artist Maluma and Ken-Y. (Photo courtesy Beats Communications).

Puerto Rican Reggaeton superstar J Alvarez recently collaborated with Maluma and Ken-Y on the remix version of his single, “Quiero Olvidar”.

The three Reggaeton music radio staples joined their voices seeking to match the massive success of the original song.

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“Quiero Olvidar” has secured its position at the top of radio charts, nationally and internationally

The official video for the original version of the song reached more than six million views on Youtube in a span of a few weeks while the official video for the “Quiero Olvidar” remix version featuring Maluma and Ken-Y has reached more than half a million views in a short time as well.

However, J Alvarez, Maluma and Ken-Y’s collaboration on this song has not only met success on radio airwaves, it has also captured the attention of their adoring fans, who as usual have taken to social media to express their devotion to the artists.

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The voices of the three men meld in perfect combination as they sing the chorus of the song:

“…Hoy voy a beber, hoy voy a olvidar, bartender dame otra copa que no quiero pensar en los momentos que vivi contigo…” 

The “Quiero Olvidar” remix version featuring Maluma and Ken-Y is now available on iTunes. Is this musical collaboration really worthy of the hype? You can judge for yourself, listen to the remix and view the video below:


J Alvarez is currently working on the release of his new studio production “J Alvarez live in Puerto Rico”. The album will be available worldwide on February 19th.

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Daysi Calavia-Robertson has a BA in Mass Communications from Florida International University. Her articles have appeared in The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, The Sun-Sentinel, The South Florida Times and The Huffington Post. She's also conducted entertainment reporting segments on local television. No matter what the medium, Daysi believes in the power of storytelling.

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