Peso Pluma, Jasiel Nuñez, and Junior H Know They Weren’t the Best Boyfriends on ‘Bipolar’

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peso-pluma-single.jpg peso-pluma-single - Credit: John Rodriguez*

They’re sorry, ok? ? On Thursday, Peso Pluma released his song “Bipolar,” featuring Jasiel Nuñez and Junior H, which captures the trio reflecting on their missteps in relationships with past loves.

The Fernando Lugo-directed video opens with the sound of a piano as Nuñez sings while getting seemingly getting hypnotized using a retrofuturistic machine. Throughout the video, Nuñez is seen floating through the air as he looks back at his relationship.

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The strums of the bajo sexto begin as Junior H calls to his love interest before Peso Pluma joins in as he reflects on his missteps in the relationship. “Que loco me dejó tu amor,” Peso Pluma repeats. “Your love left me feeling crazy.”

The track was written by Nuñez, one of the artists that Pluma signed to his Double P Records label. Both Nuñeza and Junior are frequent Pluma collaborators. Nuñez was featured twice on Pluma’s Génesis album, appearing on “Rosa Pastel” and “Lagunas.” As for Junior H, Peso has tapped the corridos tumbados star for “Luna,” “El Tsurito,” and “Lady Gaga.”

The new track is the latest back-to-back collaboration released by Pluma, who joined Jhayco for “Ex-Special” last week, and Blessd for “Ojos Azules” the week prior. He also sings “Qlona” on Karol G’s Bichota Season album.

Nuñez, for his part, tapped Pluma’s “La Bebé” collaborator Yng Lvcas for “Que Loco Es” in late June. Meanwhile, Junior H dropped banda collab “El Patrocinador” with Grupo Firme and “Cuerno Mío” with Oscar Maydon in July.

Pluma launched his Double P Records label back in April, and told Rolling Stone he did so to “support young new talent that doesn’t have the opportunities to show who they are and create a company that is totally transparent so that each artist can see what they’re generating and what they’re achieving.”

“Each [signee] is very original and authentic in what they do. They’re three different plumas who are great in different parts of Mexico,” he shared.

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