Ecko and Cazzu Team Up For Bonnie & Clyde-Inspired ‘Cama Vacia’ Video: Exclusive

As he prepares for the release of his upcoming studio production, Ecko continues to bless fans with new music, including “Cama Vacia,” premiering exclusively on Billboard today (Nov. 5).

For his latest release, Ecko, one of the pioneers of the growing trap movement in Argentina, recruited Cazzu, who’s nominated for best new artist at the 2020 Latin Grammys.

The collaboration, which comes on the heels of the 21-year-old artist’s romantic track “Mujer” released in September, is an infectious and sultry trap about a former couple who’s going back-and-forth on what went wrong with their relationship. On the track, Ecko also spits some fiery freestyle skills.

“What happened with all of that love that you had for me?/ Without you the nights are cold and my bed is empty,” goes part of the lyrics that were penned by Ecko.

The black-and-white music video, directed by Renderpanic in Argentina, shows both artists paying a model homage to Bonnie & Clyde. With the support of Universal Latin Music Entertainment, Ecko plans to release his upcoming EP Young Golden on Nov. 27, 2020.

Watch the music video below.

Lil Nas X Likens Trump Leaving the White House to This ‘Hannah Montana’ Scene & Miley Cyrus Approves

Lil Nas X dug into the Disney Channel archives to find a scene he believes Donald Trump will relate to if he doesn’t win re-election as president of the United States.

The “Old Town Road” rapper posted a 20-second cut of the Hannah Montana season 3 finale that aired 10 years ago, where Miley Cyrus’ character Miley Stewart kisses her empty Malibu beach home goodbye.

“Donald Trump leaving the white house,” Lil Nas X captioned the clip on Thursday (Nov. 5). And the former Disney Channel star gave the meme her stamp of approval by liking it on Twitter.

But it doesn’t seem like Cyrus has kissed Hannah Montana goodbye forever: Just last month, she teased she’d bring back her iconic blond Hannah Montana wig, so a revival of her hit TV series could be in the works.

See Lil Nas X’s Hannah Montana-inspired meme about the 2020 election below.