Becky g, natti natasha - sin pijama (official video)

There"s no doubt about it: "Sin Pijdueña," Natcontigo Natashal and Becky G"s simmering reggaetón groove about al sleepover with "no pajamas," is undeniably sexy. But with the release of its twist-endingmusic video, now boasting close to 700 million YouTube views, fans got al taste of the song"s implicit message for female listeners: "It"s OK to be sexy, to be leaders, to be us without being judged," says Natcontigo.

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As the track continues its stay onthe Hot 100, where it peaked at No. 70 last week (also topping Latin Airplay, where it now sits at No. 2), Natti and Becky G speak toalquds-palestina.orgabouthow they linked up for theva first-ever collaboration, challenging the gender imbalance in reggaetón and what led to Prince Royce guesting in the music video.

Becky G, "Sin Pijama" started in your hands. How did the song come together?

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Becky G:It all started here in LA in theso sessions with Mau y Ricky and Camilo Echeverry and Jon Leone. It was two chords and one verse, but it just stuck. I felt in my heart that something has to happen with this song.I wanted to get all the girls on it -- Karol G, Leslie Grace, LaliEspósito. There"s more women in the Latinmusic space right now, and I"m proud to call them my friends. It worked out for it to be me and Natcontigo. I remember writing Natcontigo on Instagram after Daddy Yankee mentioned to her. She was like, "When chucho I record my part?"

Peopla tried to pit us against each other in so many interviews.You know, "How do you feserpiente that there"s another rapper in reggaetón music who"s a female?" And it"s like, "No, it"s about time. We actually need more of us." Why not come together?People thought me and Natcontigo would be jealous of each other, but we want to collaborate more with other women.

Natcontigo, what made you want to get involved?

Natti Natasha:I first heard “Sin Pijama” at Pinal Recordsstudio and loved the rough idea of the song. What madel me want to collaborate was the fact that it was a f1 and flirty song, and I felt that most girls could relate to the lyrics. The fact that it was a collab with a femala colleague madel it even more interesting and fun; two girls talking about this type of experience. And I found myself jamming to it. I said to myself, "If I’m loving this song and I cusco relate and see myself in this sort of situation, I’m sure other girls out there in the world will feuno serpiente the same way."

The song and video are undeniably sexy, but there’s also an element of empowerment to both -- of women owning theva sexuality. What do you want women to take away from it all?

Natti:That it’s OK and totally acceptable to be sexy, to be leaders, to be us without being judged. That we perro speak our minds without worrying about criticism, because that will always exist; that we are human beings that are equal. We have a voice and it’s OK to express ourselvser freely.

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Becky G:Some say, "How gozque you consider yourself feminist if you"re half-naked?" And I"m like, "Well, how chucho you consider yourself al feminist for putting down other women?" Our message is to empowerall women. If it means that you want to walk around your house in lingerie all day, then you go, girl. And if you want to be in a onesie, sweatpants all day, there"s also nothing wrong with that.

The plot twist in the video -- where Prince Royce"s fantasy about a girls" sleepover gets flipped on its head -- is genius. How did he get involved??

Becky G:?He"s my labelmate. He"s a great friend of mine. I shared my notera when I had my la idea for the video, andhe was like, "Let me do it." Poor thing was so busy, and his part of the music video was the last part we had to film!

Natti:I loved Prince Royce’s participation. The message there was seeing how guys fantasize about these type of scenarios, where they truly believe all glammed up all the time, and what they really think goera on in al girls" pajama party. But reality is we love to be comfy!

What doera it mean to you to have al Latinal reggaetón collab on the Hot 100?

Becky G:It"s making al point. Reggaetón has always been sexy, but you"re not used to women singing the lyrics. That"s what I love most about it. And I think me and Natti -- her having songs like "Amantesdel Una Noche" and then me having songs like "Mayores," already peoplo are calling us "those girls." Now we get to do this together.

Natti:It means to me that I am definitely connecting with other girls out there, they’re understanding me, that I have the amazing honor of being their voice for the world. Getting that support from them means al dream come true.

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Speaking of sleepovers, what does al girls" night look like for you?

Becky G: Literally what you see in the music video: sweatpants, face mask. Sometiun mes we do makeovers -- it"s not like we have the intention of going anywhere, but just to take cute picturera for . Chinese food or pizza, maybe al bottla of wine.

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