WATCH – Ozuna: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert from NPR

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month

The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It’s the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, NPR Music presents four very special Tiny Desk Home Concerts recorded especially for this week. This video from global superstar Ozuna



Ozuna is a crown jewel in the global crest of Latin pop, a movement whose modern success in reggaeton and Latin trap is indebted to the Caribbean genres Ozuna heard growing up in Puerto Rico, sounds like old-school reggaeton and reggae en español, dembow, dancehall and more. From then to now, Ozuna’s bare talent remains his greatest asset. It’s rare to see a star of his magnitude brush the earth so closely, and when it does, it’s even rarer for it to feel and sound like second nature.


  • “Caramelo”
  • “Del Mar”
  • “Despeinada”
  • “Taki Taki”
  • “Mamacita”


    • Ozuna: vocals
    • Freddie “YoFred” Lugo: bass
    • Elí Bonilla: drums
    • Carlos Mercader: guitar
    • Benson Pagán: guitar
    • Edgardo Santiago: keys
    • Hector Meléndez: piano
    • Erick “Yonell” Pachecho: DJ
    • José Aponte: vocals


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