Guatemalan artist Ben Carrillo, shared “Zoom Zoom” almost two months ago accompanied by a vibrant music video. Co-directed by Alejandra Hinojosa and shot by Natasha Abdul, the clip features Gisselle Kuri and Carrillo, having a wild night out and enjoying each other’s company. The visuals that were filmed in Los Angeles revolve around everyday activities: eating at a fast food stall at sunset, riding public transport, walking and dancing down the street aimlessly with a loved one.
“Zoom Zoom” follows the 6-track EP Nirvana, which in addition to the title track, includes “Palo Santo,” “El Trip,” “Culo,” “Libertad,” and “Noches Sin Dormir.” Written by Ben Carrillo in collaboration with Ana Bejarano and Harlan Silverman, the single talks about those love stories that make you feel happy anywhere, any time, and in any situation.
Harlan Silverman produced “Zoom Zoom” relying on reggae beats, strong bass sounds, and guitar rhythms. Carrillo reveals that his music and lyrics reflect his Latino roots and are all about family, love, work, and respect for women, “My songs have lyrics that make a difference to our culture. I write about my life and that of my people, about my opportunities, about being better every day, about the discipline that one must have to get ahead.”
Adding to his popularity with songs such as “Zoom Zoom,” “Reggaeton De Guatemala,” “Marijuana,” ft. Amenazzy and “Para Ella,” Ben Carrillo teams up with Vibras Lab to continue delivering more of his versatile work that showcases his multifaceted ingenuity.
Watch the Official Video for “Zoom Zoom” here:
Listen to “Zoom Zoom” here: